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Swansea registered their sixth win of pre-season after they saw off Exeter 2-0 at St James Park.

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Nathan Dyer: Opened the scoring for Swans

Nathan Dyer: Opened the scoring for Swans

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Nathan Dyer gave them the lead after 10 minutes with an accomplished finish and Rory Donnelly made sure of the win in the second half, converting Jonjo Shelvey's pass.

The opening goal came when Jose Canas cut out a pass just inside the Exeter half and played in Dyer to slot past former Swans loanee keeper Artur Krysiak.

Swansea had to wait until the final five minutes to double their advantage, Donnelly firing home after good work from Jonjo Shelvey and Ki Sung-Yueng.

Exeter continue their preparations for next season against Yeovil on Tuesday.

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