Swans welcomed National South side Hungerford Town to Wheatsheaf Park for the final home pre-season friendly ahead of the 2017/18 Bostik Premier season.
Swans upped the anti from the kick off with another powerful first half performance with several players showing their intentions and kept their early unbeaten run intact with Mo Bettamer finishing off Max Worsfolds impressive run and cross to seal the game.
Swans started with Ashlee Jones in goal and with triallist Tom Gilbey at left back, the visitors had ex Swan Stephane Ngamvoulou trialling at number 11. Webb, Martin, Gough and Ahmidi were solid and creative in moving the ball from the back to allow the forwards to put the pressure on the Crusaders. Miller-Rodney was again strong and showed a great passion and with Driver, Bettamer and Worsfold all active the Swans looked good again. Bayley Brown and Waddah held well in midfield and controlled the area for the Swans.
In the second half Hungerford looked a good deal stronger and attacked on several occasions but Ben Martin and Mitchal Gough looked strong and kept the visitors at bay and triallist keeper Henry Newcombe looked confident throughout the 45 minutes.
Drax introduced several changes from midway through the second half and Baptiste looked good from the moment he was introduced and with Daniel Brown added to the mix the Swans had several attempts on goal but Hungerford held firm.
A good day again for the Swans who run out 1-0 winners. On to Aylesbury on Tuesday evening as the Swans look to form the squad for the season.