Date: 8th October 2010 at 8:09pm
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Leeds United defender Ben Parker completed 45 minutes of a behind closed doors friendly as he hopes to finally end his injury nightmare.

Parker hasn`t completed 90 minutes for Leeds since the Play off semi final defeat to Millwall in 2009 and has endured a frustrating fourteen months with a number of injuries keeping him on the sidelines.

The defender came through unscathed in a strong Leeds line up against Hull City.

The side also included Alex Bruce, Jason Crowe, Andy Robinson, Andy Hughes and Adam Clayton.

Also included in the side was Robert Snodgrass who completed his first ninety minutes for the first team at the weekend since his injury lay off.

The game finished 2-2, Dominic Poleon opened the scoring for Leeds but they had to rely on a long-range effort from Andy Robinson to get back on level terms after Hull had taken the lead.


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