U17s Unbeaten in Belgium
Saturday, 11th May 2013 18:01
Town’s U17s are unbeaten after their first three fixtures at the Voskescup which is being hosted by Belgian club SC Lokeren this weekend.
The young Blues drew 1-1 with RAEC Mons in their opening game, Byron Lawrence netting the goal, then picked up another point from a 0-0 draw with the hosts, before Matthew Clarke (pictured) scored the winner in a 1-0 victory over KV Mechelen.
Town end the day two points behind group leaders AA Gent, who they face in tomorrow’s first game, in joint-second with Lokeren.
The Blues end their group matches – which are played over two 20-minute halves – against K Sint-Truidense VV tomorrow before the final between the top sides in either group and play-offs for the other places.
U17s: Jacob Marsden, Sam McDermid, Josh Emmanuel, Joe Robinson, George Fowler, Travis Cole, Matthew Clarke, Chris Smith, Ed Ellis, Jack Willbye, Kundai Benyu, Josh Fagbohan, George Clarke Andre Dozzell, Byron Lawrence, Ted Bishop, Jonathan Smith, Sam Ford.
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