Bennett Nets But U18s Lose at Arsenal
Friday, 3rd Feb 2012 15:05
Callum Bennett scored a second half equaliser but Town’s U18s lost 3-1 at Arsenal this afternoon. Kristoffer Olsson, Philip Roberts and Josh Rees netted for the Gunners.
It might have been worse for Russell Osman’s men with Nigel Neita missing a late penalty for the home side.
Meanwhile, the Blues and Colchester are reported to be keeping an eye on 22-year-old Brantham Athletic keeper Ryan Bedingfield.
U18s: 1 Conor O'Donnell, 2 Callum Bennett, 3 Joe Whight, 4 Lewis Acott, 5 Nicolay Schrøder, 6 Gunnar Thorsteinsson, 7 Tom Winter, 8 Aaron Jones, 9 Ryan Crisp, 10 Carel Tiofack, 11 – Jonny Leddy. Subs: 12 Shaun Meikle, 13 David October, 14 Jideofo Maduako, 15 Jack Marriott, 16 Jack Simmons.
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