Dobbie hat-trick lifts Swansea

Stephen Dobbie bagged a hat-trick as Swansea marked Michael Laudrup's first game in charge with an emphatic 5-0 win at Port Talbot Town.

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The game was just four minutes old when Dobbie bagged his first - converting from the penalty spot after a clumsy challenge on marauding full-back Curtis Obeng.

Leroy Lita quickly doubled the lead when he netted a powerful left-footed shot on the turn that left home goalkeeper Craig Richards with no chance.

Dobbie then completed his hat-trick before half-time by tucking away another penalty before a delicate chip converted good work from Andrea Orlandi.

Swansea came out for the second half much changed and scored just once in the second period - substitute Henry Jones firing home from the area's edge to wrap up a solid afternoon's work.

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