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Arabs share draw

Dundee United and Hibernian shared a 1-1 draw in a bounce match on Tuesday.

Andis Shala was on target for the Arabs, while latest signing Scott Severin appeared for more than an hour.

Recovering striker Johnny Russell also continued his comeback after suffering an ankle injury on the first day of pre-season training.

"It was a decent game and a good workout and both Scott and Johnny came through it unscathed," coach Gary Kirk confirmed to The Courier.

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Date:Thursday September 9 2010

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