Date: 27th April 2006 at 8:50am
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Full-back Alan Sheehan reminded everyone of his prowess as a free-kick specialist with a trademark goal in Leicester City Reserves’ 4-1 away win over Watford last night.

Sheehan’s 22-yarder was one of three second half strikes as Leicester threatened a to overwhelm the home side as the Midlanders concluded their season’s fixtures.

Louis Dodds has been making scoring a habit of late and continued with at Borehamwood with the goal which allowed City to turn around at 1-1.

Whatever coach Steve Beaglehole said at half-time had dramatic effect because Elvis Hammond scored his second goal in successive games, Sheehan grabbed his free-kick and Leicester added a fourth goal through Levi Porter to round the match off in style.

City: Alex Cisak, Andy King (Gradel 70), Alan Sheehan, Tuomas Haapala (trialist), Joe Magunda, Connor Franklin, Louis Dodds, Levi Porter, Chris O’Grady, Elvis Hammond, Joe Hamill.

Subs not used: Eric Odihambo, Carl Pentney, Adam Wykes, Tom Tejan-sie.

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