Wanderers Head Yau Yee League with Come-back Win

lbion's Tim Phillips (blue kit) tries to progress against Swiss XI in their Yau Yee League First Division match at Sports Road on Sunday Nov. 16, 2014. A late score by Swiss XI secures a 1-0 win. (Bill Cox/Epoch Times)
lbion's Tim Phillips (blue kit) tries to progress against Swiss XI in their Yau Yee League First Division match at Sports Road on Sunday Nov. 16, 2014. A late score by Swiss XI secures a 1-0 win. (Bill Cox/Epoch Times)

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