U21s Win at Charlton
Monday, 14th Jan 2013 15:04
Town’s U21s beat Charlton 2-1 at their Sparrows Lane training ground this afternoon, Patrick Kisnorbo and Jay Emmanuel-Thomas netting the goals.
In front of watching boss Mick McCarthy, Kisnorbo headed home a Byron Lawrence corner right on the stroke of half-time, then Emmanuel-Thomas added the second in the 68th minute from a Frank Nouble cross.
Ade Azeez pulled one back for the Addicks right at the death, heading home after Arran Lee-Barrett had stopped his penalty.
The Blues included trialists Petru Racu and Kynan Isaac in their starting line-up.
Meanwhile, the U21s’ home game with Bristol City, which was initially scheduled for later this month, has been re-arranged for Monday 15th April 15th with a 2pm kick-off at Playford Road.
U21s: Lee-Barrett, Racu, Kisnorbo, Mings, Whight, Carson, Hewitt, Lawrence, Isaac (Burke 84), Nouble, Emmanuel-Thomas. Unused: Crowe, Berkane, Marriott, October.
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