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Congratulations to Havant

Congratulations to Havant

The second biggest club in the area behind Pompey - of course I mean Havant & Waterloovile - booked their place in round 4 of the FA cup after a fantastic 4-2 replay win over Swansea.

Having managed to hold the league one high flyers to a 1-1 draw in Swansea a couple of weeks back West Leigh Park was the setting of the replay last night and the Hawks did not disappoint.

Yep, they rode their luck somewhat with the woodwork saving them as it had several times in the original tie but that is the magic of the cup. After racing into a 3-0 lead, Swansea came back to 3-2 and even missed a penalty but the 4th Hawks goal killed off the tie.

This win sets them up with a once in a lifetime trip to Anfield to take on Liverpool the weekend after next. Clearly I will be fully focused on our tie with Plymouth that day - I will be at the game - but I will be listening out to how the Hawks are fairing.

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Thursday January 17 2008
Time: 10:48AM

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It's a long old way to go to get thrashed - we only know too well about that. But congratulations H&W, enjoy the tie.
stillthewhizz
17/01/2008 10:54:00
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im sure they will do themselves proud on the day.
pompeyrug
17/01/2008 10:56:00
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Great result -just wish that the beeb had shown the match. It was the obvious choice -i was stuck in Dublin trying to get match details off radio5/skySportsNews
yellowcheesemonkey
17/01/2008 11:00:00
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Briliant for them. I was very nervous for them as the score changed to 3-2, thinking the worse, glad I was wrong. I trust they will exploit every financial avenue for the match. 2 teams in Hampshire, they'res only 2 teams in Hampshire.
storagematt
17/01/2008 11:03:00
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It was brilliant that they managed to get the draw at Swansea but them to beat them in the replay was unbelievable - Well done the HAWKs and don't be put off by the trip to Anfield ... What have Liverpool ever done ... Small team near Tranmere.. there just a small tean near Tranmere...
Chix
17/01/2008 11:21:00
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2 teams in Hampshire; I feel a new chant coming on, starting this Saturday. Well done HAWKS, enjoy your trip to Liverpool and save me a ticket for the replay.
UKTony
17/01/2008 11:40:00
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Fantastic, these boys have done brilliantly. I hope they enjoy there day, make loads of money.
bluedr
17/01/2008 11:45:00
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Yeah well done to the lads. They may get hammered at Anfield as I expect they will send in the big guns to ensure they don't get embarressed. But hey H&W will get a good pay out which will mean an awful lot too them, and of course what a fantastic day that will be for the lads to walk out onto that pitch. You never know anyway, they might get a penalty or something and nick a 1-0.
blarmy
17/01/2008 11:51:00
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I'm happy to say I was there - it was a fantastic game, loved every minute of it! What a fab result for the Hawks - will forever be part of local folklore. I don't expect them to get anything at Anfield, except a glorious day, marvellous memories and a fantastic experience. And the Pride of the South Coast. C'mon you Hawks!!!!
tracyc
17/01/2008 12:01:00
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Posted this is a thread last night just after whistle went - The full time whistle has just gone at West Leigh Park and amazingly the Hawks have beaten Swansea 4-2 in a game that had everything. It sounded at absolute thriller from the first minute to the last. Once again congratulations to Havant & Waterlooville - a trip to Anfield what a reward - fairy tale stuff.
eastneydave
17/01/2008 13:37:00
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