On Thursday, 27th November 2014
|Noel Already Feels at Home Thu 27th Nov 2014 16:32 |
Noel Hunt says he already feels at home at Town having signed on loan from Leeds until January 3rd earlier today. The 31-year-old joins his brother Stephen and another former Reading team-mate Jay Tabb at Portman Road.
|St Ledger Out to Win Extended Stay Thu 27th Nov 2014 15:54 |
New short-term signing Sean St Ledger says he’s aiming to win a longer stay at Portman Road having put pen to paper on a one-month deal this morning. The 29-year-old was a free agent having left Leicester at the end of last season.
|McCarthy: Formation Will Suit Noel Thu 27th Nov 2014 15:39 |
Boss Mick McCarthy believes Town’s regular 4-3-3 formation should suit new loan signing Noel Hunt. The 31-year-old, the younger brother of Blues winger Stephen, has joined from Leeds until January with a view to a permanent move.
|McCarthy Targeted St Ledger Last Season Thu 27th Nov 2014 15:34 |
Town manager Mick McCarthy says he asked about new short-term signing Sean St Ledger’s availability on a couple of occasions last season. The 29-year-old free agent agreed to join the Blues on a one-month deal this morning, having also come close to signing on loan in 2012 during Paul Jewell’s time in charge at Portman Road.
|Bru and Berra Miss Charlton Trip Thu 27th Nov 2014 14:20 |
Midfielder Kevin Bru has been ruled out of Saturday’s game at Charlton and the home match against Leeds United the following week. Central defender Christophe Berra is suspended for the game at the Valley, but better news is that Stephen Hunt is fit after a hamstring problem and manager Mick McCarthy is “confident” that left-back Tyrone Mings will also be OK.
|St Ledger Signs Short-Term Deal Thu 27th Nov 2014 12:40 |
Ireland defender Sean St Ledger has signed a short-term one-month deal with the Blues. The 29-year-old joined Town on trial earlier in the week and featured for the U21s in Monday’s 1-0 defeat to Southampton.
|Hunt Loan Confirmed Thu 27th Nov 2014 12:32 |
Town have confirmed that Noel Hunt has signed on loan from Leeds United until January 3rd. As reported yesterday, Hunt was due at Town this morning to complete the formalities on the switch, which is with a view to a permanent deal, the clubs having agreed terms yesterday.
|Listen Again: Naked Football Show Thu 27th Nov 2014 12:01 |
This week's Naked Football Show sees host Graham Blackburn joined by Ray Slegg and Tom Taylor to discuss all matters Town, and is now available for download.
On Wednesday, 27th November 2013
|Blues Linked With Deadline Move for Villa Youngster Wed 27th Nov 2013 21:07 |
Town are targeting a deadline day loan move for Aston Villa youngster Jordan Graham, according to various reports.
|The Ex-Files: John Wark Wed 27th Nov 2013 11:39 |
In the 11th part of our regular series, The Ex-Files, Blair Ferguson catches up with Town legend John Wark.
|Inspire Suffolk Holding Curry Night Wed 27th Nov 2013 10:08 |
Inspire Suffolk (formerly the ITFC Charitable Trust) is holding a Curry Night at the Bombay Nite in Walton on Thursday 5th December.
|Win Third Pair of Sporting Dinner Tickets Wed 27th Nov 2013 09:48 |
Throughout the week TWTD is offering readers the chance to win five pairs of tickets to a sporting dinner featuring former World Cup and Premier League referee Graham Poll and Blues legend Micky Stockwell at Greshams in Tuddenham Road on Friday 6th December (7pm).
On Tuesday, 27th November 2012
|Hyam: An Incredible Feeling Tue 27th Nov 2012 23:49 |
Midfielder Luke Hyam says scoring his first senior goal for his hometown club was an incredible feeling. The 21-year-old followed up after Nottingham Forest keeper Lee Camp had saved DJ Campbell’s second half penalty to notch Town's second goal in their 3-1 victory.
|McCarthy: I Enjoyed That! Tue 27th Nov 2012 23:02 |
Boss Mick McCarthy said he enjoyed the 3-1 victory over Nottingham Forest which took the Blues out of the bottom three for the first time since mid-September. However, the Town manager wasn’t getting too carried away.
|Town v Nottingham Forest Match Gallery Tue 27th Nov 2012 22:24 |
Celebrate Town moving out of the relegation zone by reliving the match through the eyes of the Action Images photographer.
|Town 3-1 Nottingham Forest Tue 27th Nov 2012 21:59 |
Guirane N’Daw, Luke Hyam and Daryl Murphy were on target as Town climbed out of the bottom three by beating Nottingham Forest 3-1 at Portman Road. Forest keeper Lee Camp should already have been sent off before he and ex-Blues loanee Danny Collins failed to deal with a long ball and N’Daw netted his first goal for Town. Blackstock equalised for the visitors after the break but Hyam slammed in his first for the Blues after Campbell’s penalty had been saved and Murphy added the third late on.
|Barnett, Chambers and Hyam In For Forest Clash Tue 27th Nov 2012 18:57 |
Town boss Mick McCarthy has handed Tyrone Barnett his Blues debut and has recalled Luke Chambers and Luke Hyam to the side taking on Nottingham Forest at Portman Road this evening. Michael Chopra, Danny Higginbotham and the injured Nigel Reo-Coker drop out.
|Town Will Block Edwards Call Tue 27th Nov 2012 11:10 |
Manager Mick McCarthy has confirmed that the Blues won’t be allowing skipper Carlos Edwards to join up with the Trinidad and Tobago squad for the Digicel Caribbean Football Union Cup next month.
|Hyam and Barnett Set to Start Against Forest Tue 27th Nov 2012 10:58 |
Luke Hyam and new loanee Tyrone Barnett are set to come into the Town side which faces Nottingham Forest at Portman Road this evening. Midfielder Hyam will take over from Nigel Reo-Coker, who is out with a hamstring problem, while Michael Chopra will probably drop to the bench to allow Barnett to make his Blues debut.
|Barnett: I'm No Bad Boy Tue 27th Nov 2012 09:00 |
New recruit Tyrone Barnett is determined to prove he doesn’t deserve the bad-boy image that has followed him from Peterborough.
|Barnett: Town Move Came Out of Blue Tue 27th Nov 2012 09:00 |
Tyrone Barnett has revealed that his loan move to long-term admirers Ipswich took him by surprise but provided the perfect pick-me-up.
|Barnett Adds to Boss's Striking Options Tue 27th Nov 2012 06:02 |
Boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that new loan signing Tyrone Barnett will be in the Town squad for tonight’s home game with Nottingham Forest. The Blues manager, who seems likely to include the on-loan Peterborough man from the start, is pleased with the variety of strikers he now has at his disposal.
|McCarthy: Positives From Peterborough Game Tue 27th Nov 2012 06:00 |
Manager Mick McCarthy saw some positives in Saturday’s 1-1 home draw with Peterborough United, amongst them his side’s defending, despite “the really poor” goal they conceded in the first half.
|McCarthy Delighted With Local Hero Hyam Tue 27th Nov 2012 06:00 |
Manager Mick McCarthy says he’s been delighted with midfielder Luke Hyam since he took over at Portman Road just under a month ago. The 21-year-old is set to start for the first time under McCarthy’s management against Nottingham Forest at Portman Road tonight (KO 7.45pm).
On Sunday, 27th November 2011
|Chopra Amongst Those to Pay Tribute to Gary Speed Sun 27th Nov 2011 14:18 |
Town striker Michael Chopra has paid tribute to his former Newcastle United team-mate Gary Speed, whose death at 42 was announced earlier today.
|Gillingham Winger Watched Sun 27th Nov 2011 09:49 |
Town coach Sean McCarthy was at Gillingham’s 3-2 FA Cup defeat of Bournemouth in midweek, running the rule over Gills winger Chris Whelpdale, according to several of this morning’s papers. The 22-year-old was a schoolboy at the Blues’ academy before being released and dropping into non-league.
On Saturday, 27th November 2010
|Town Number 19 in Cup Draw Sat 27th Nov 2010 20:16 |
Town will be ball number 19 in Sunday's FA Cup third round draw (ITV1, 5.45pm). Former Oasis man Noel Gallagher and Serge Pizzorno of Kasabian will be those charged with picking the ties.
|Keane: Fans Might Forgive Bad Run If We Win the Derby Sat 27th Nov 2010 15:05 |
Town manager Roy Keane says Town’s supporters might forgive the recent poor run of form if the Blues beat Norwich at Carrow Road on Sunday. Town have lost each of their last three games and have dropped to 13th in the Championship.
|Wickham and McAuley Were in Keane's Plans for Norwich Sat 27th Nov 2010 09:41 |
Boss Roy Keane says he had hoped that both Connor Wickham and Gareth McAuley would play in Sunday’s East Anglian derby at Norwich until the pair were ruled out with injuries. Wickham played in the reserves friendly at Spurs to prepare himself for Sunday’s game but picked up a thigh injury, while a scan revealed that McAuley would require achilles surgery which will sideline him for two months.
|Keane Hopeful O'Dea Will Be Back for Derby Sat 27th Nov 2010 09:19 |
Boss Roy Keane is hopeful that defender Darren O’Dea will be back from Glasgow today in time for Sunday’s East Anglian derby at Norwich. The on-loan Celtic man returned to Scotland on Tuesday to be with his girlfriend, who is close to giving birth to their first child.
|Fallon Confident That Goals Will Come Sat 27th Nov 2010 09:07 |
New loan striker Rory Fallon is confident that he can score goals during his time with the Blues. The New Zealand international joined Town on loan with a view to a permanent move on Thursday.
|Lavery Out for a Fortnight Sat 27th Nov 2010 08:54 |
Academy striker Caolan Lavery is likely to be out of action for only a fortnight with the knee injury which saw him stretchered off after just eight minutes of Thursday’s 3-2 Youth Cup defeat to Peterborough at Portman Road.
On Friday, 27th November 2009
|Stern Delighted to Be At Town Fri 27th Nov 2009 17:15 |
New loan striker Stern John says he is coming to Town to play games and score goals. The Palace frontman is with the Blues until December 29th but isn’t eligible for the game against the Eagles on Boxing Day.
|Keane Yet to Decide Whether to Start John at Cardiff Fri 27th Nov 2009 13:24 |
Town boss Roy Keane is yet to decide whether to include new loan signing Stern John in his starting XI at Cardiff City on Sunday (KO 3pm). The Blues manager will assess the Trinidadian’s fitness at training today and on Saturday before making a decision.
|Keane: Stern Can Score Us Goals Fri 27th Nov 2009 12:17 |
Boss Roy Keane says new loan signing Stern John can score the goals to turn Town’s many draws into wins. The Town manager was hugely impressed with the 33-year-old Trinidadian during his eight months playing under him at Sunderland and yesterday brought him in on a month's loan from Crystal Palace.
|Town Offer US Winger Yao Contract Fri 27th Nov 2009 10:37 |
Town boss Roy Keane has revealed that American winger Devann Yao has been offered a contract after impressing on trial. TWTD was first to reveal that the 19-year-old was with the Blues on Saturday.
|McParland Joins Coaching Staff Fri 27th Nov 2009 10:29 |
Town have added former Notts County manager Ian McParland to their coaching staff. McParland left the Magpies last month after two years as boss.
On Thursday, 27th November 2008
|Town, Plymouth and MK Dons Linked With Rehman Thu 27th Nov 2008 20:03 |
Reports in London are linking Town, Plymouth and the MK Dons with QPR defender Zesh Rehman. The 25-year-old is currently on loan with Blackpool until January.
|Buy Fab's Testimonial Calendar From TWTD Thu 27th Nov 2008 17:30 |
Former Town defender Fabian Wilnis's testimonial calendar is now available for purchase via TWTD.
|Bowditch Given Permission to Play in Cup Thu 27th Nov 2008 17:15 |
Town have given on-loan striker Dean Bowditch permission to play for Brentford in Friday's FA Cup second round tie at Barrow (live on Setanta Sports, 7.45pm). The frontman is with the Bees until January.
|Robinson Joins Northampton Thu 27th Nov 2008 16:56 |
Reserves left-back Kurt Robinson is joining League One Northampton Town loan until January. Robinson could make his Cobblers debut at home to Colchester United on Saturday.
|FA Fine and Warn Norris Thu 27th Nov 2008 16:04 |
Town midfielder David Norris was fined £5,000 and warned about his future conduct at today's FA hearing into the charge of improper conduct relating to his goal celebration at Blackpool. The fine will be paid to charity.
|Mowbray Unaware of Hoefkens's Frustrations Thu 27th Nov 2008 12:31 |
West Brom boss Tony Mowbray says he was surprised to hear that full-back Carl Hoefkens is considering making a move elsewhere due to his lack of involvement at the Hawthorns. The Belgian international was widely linked with a move to the Blues earlier today.
|This Week's Naked Podcast Now Online Thu 27th Nov 2008 11:16 |
In this week's Naked Podcast, Graham and Phil are joined by the Old Git and Jeremy Leeburn to talk about Birmingham, Derby, Jim and the FA's charging of David Norris.
|Town Number 20 in FA Cup Draw Thu 27th Nov 2008 11:02 |
Town will be ball number 20 in Sunday's FA Cup third round draw, which takes place live on ITV1 at 2.15pm. Sir Trevor Brooking and Ray Clemence will be the men charged with delving into the velvet bag.
|Stevenage Reserve Game Off Thu 27th Nov 2008 09:43 |
Next Wednesday's reserves game at Stevenage has been postponed. Boro have a County Cup game that week, while the Blues play their FA Youth Cup third round tie against Shrewsbury at Portman Road the previous night.
|Town Linked With Hoefkens Thu 27th Nov 2008 09:05 |
Town are chasing West Brom's Belgian defender Carl Hoefkens, according to various national newspaper reports this morning. The Dutchman is out of favour at the Hawthorns and has reportedly been watched by Jim Magilton and chief scout Steve McCall.
On Tuesday, 27th November 2007
|Jim: We Were Nervy Tue 27th Nov 2007 23:30 |
Boss Jim Magilton felt his side were a touch nervy but eventually showed enough quality to defeat Southampton 2-0 at Portman Road.
|Town 2-0 Southampton Tue 27th Nov 2007 23:18 |
Town's stunning home win run was stretched to 12 games as goals from Jon Walters and Pablo Couñago helped the Blues to a 2-0 victory over Southampton. Jim Magilton's men started more slowly than has been the case at home of late, but gradually took control, scoring once in each half.
|Bowden: Evans Deal Almost Done Tue 27th Nov 2007 17:54 |
Chief executive Derek Bowden has confirmed that the club are close to finalising the deal which will see Marcus Evans become Town's majority shareholder, as reported by TWTD earlier today.
|Town to Send Out EGM Details Tue 27th Nov 2007 13:23 |
TWTD understands that Town will start to send shareholders details of the EGM later this week. The club's 3,792 shareholders will be required to vote on a number of resolutions relating to Marcus Evans's takeover of the club.
|Chairman Out of Africa Tue 27th Nov 2007 12:50 |
Chairman David Sheepshanks made a fleeting visit to the Soccerex conference in South Africa yesterday before returning home for tonight's game with Southampton.
|Beattie and Wright at Auction Night Tue 27th Nov 2007 09:46 |
Ipswich Wanderers are holding an auction night at their SEH Sports Ground home on Humber Doucy Lane on Wednesday to raise funds for a new club house (7.30pm start). The evening's special guests are former Blues Kevin Beattie and Richard Wright.
On Monday, 27th November 2006
|Bates Back to Boro Mon 27th Nov 2006 17:07 |
Loanee Matthew Bates has returned to Middlesbrough after scans showed he suffered a torn cruciate ligament in addition to medial ligament damage during the second half of Saturday's defeat at Barnsley. England U19 international Bates was making only his second appearance for the Blues.
|Williams in Reserves Mon 27th Nov 2006 16:36 |
Midfielder Gavin Williams has been included in the reserves side for Tuesday's rearranged Club Colours Suffolk Premier Cup quarter-final at Needham Market (KO 7.45pm). Williams's involvement in the reserves suggests he is unlikely to feature as anything other than a late sub for the first team on Wednesday.
|No Action Against Macken Mon 27th Nov 2006 14:58 |
Town boss Jim Magilton will take no action against Jon Macken for his angry reaction to his substitution at Barnsley. Macken kicked out at a bottle having slowly made his way off the pitch before spending the rest of the game sitting on his own in the dugout.
|Second Trial for Nyman Mon 27th Nov 2006 14:52 |
Finnish central defender Ari Nyman has been asked back to Portman Road for a second trial in the new year. The Inter Turku player spent last week with the Blues and impressed enough to offered a another spell in which Town hope to watch him in a game situation.
On Sunday, 27th November 2005
|Joe's Strike Decision Sun 27th Nov 2005 21:40 |
Selecting Sam Parkin's replacement is Joe Royle's main decision ahead of Monday's live Sky game at Cardiff City (Sky Sports One, KO 7.45pm). The Town boss has named an 18-man squad for the trip to Wales.
On Saturday, 27th November 2004
|Price Saves Penalty Sat 27th Nov 2004 19:28 |
On-loan Town keeper Lewis Price saved a penalty for Cambridge United but couldn't prevent his temporary club from suffering a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Notts County.
|Joe Delighted Sat 27th Nov 2004 19:07 |
Town boss Joe Royle was delighted to see his side go top of the league but was more pleased with his defenders than his strikers after the 1-0 win against Brighton. Seagulls' manager Mark McGhee felt his team ought to have had two penalties during the second half.
|Town 1-0 Brighton Sat 27th Nov 2004 18:52 |
A Shefki Kuqi goal midway through the first half gave Town a 1-0 over Brighton and took the Blues back to the top of the table. Town had a number of chances in the second half but they failed to add to their lead.
On Thursday, 27th November 2003
|Kuqi Deal Done Thu 27th Nov 2003 22:39 |
Shefki Kuqi's permanent move to Town was agreed this evening despite a surprise late approach for the Finn from Norwich City.
|Westy Signs New Deal Thu 27th Nov 2003 18:42 |
Midfielder Ian Westlake has signed a two-year extension to his contract, keeping him at Portman Road until 2006. Westlake has cemented his place in the first team squad of late, scoring two goals.
|Pablo West Brom Link Thu 27th Nov 2003 15:35 |
Town striker Pablo Couñago is being linked with fellow Division One side West Bromwich Albion in a highly speculative newspaper article.
|Mahon Misses Out Thu 27th Nov 2003 14:55 |
Midfielder Alan Mahon will not be involved for Town at Cardiff City on Saturday. Blues' manager Joe Royle assessed the loanee on Thursday morning and says he is not yet ready for first team inclusion. Mahon is over his hamstring problem but was suffering with flu earlier in the week.
|Shefki Deal Soon Thu 27th Nov 2003 14:14 |
Town manager Joe Royle is expecting to sign Shefki Kuqi permanently within the next 24 hours. Royle hopes that the long-term captures of Chris Bart-Williams and Alan Mahon will follow.
|Marshall Loan Extension? Thu 27th Nov 2003 11:03 |
Unwanted Town keeper Andy Marshall's loan at Wolverhampton Wanderers could be extended for a second month as second choice Wolves stopper Matt Murray is unlikely to be back until early 2004.
|Pablo Return Unlikely Thu 27th Nov 2003 10:19 |
Town striker Pablo Couñago is unlikely to be involved at Cardiff on Saturday, despite his hamstring injury improving rapidly. The Spaniard picked up the problem in the away game at Derby County earlier in the month.
|Joe: Players Buy Shares Thu 27th Nov 2003 09:45 |
Town boss Joe Royle has revealed that he and his players are buying shares in the club. The Blues launched their share issue last week with £2-£3 million expected to be raised.
|No End to Royle Row Thu 27th Nov 2003 09:41 |
An attempt by Town manager Joe Royle to end a cahs row with former side Manchester City has been turned down by the Premiership club.
|Turner Confirms Kuqi Free Thu 27th Nov 2003 09:23 |
Sheffield Wednesday boss Chris Turner has confirmed that his club have agreed to allow Shefki Kuqi to join Town without an initial fee. Earlier in the week TWTD reported that the Finn would join Town for nothing with Owls receiving cash if the Blues are promoted.
On Wednesday, 27th November 2002
|Reserves 2-1 Spurs Wed 27th Nov 2002 20:51 |
A strong Town reserves side battled to a 2-1 win over a similarly experienced Spurs side in soaking conditions at Portman Road. Darren Ambrose put the Blues ahead in the first minute with later goals from Ben Thatcher and Tommy Miller completing the scoring.
|Gills on Brown Wed 27th Nov 2002 18:34 |
Gillingham have confirmed their interest in Town defender Wayne Brown, as reported earlier in the week. Manager Joe Royle is allowing Brown to go on a free transfer with Watford and Wimbledon also linked.
|Strong Sides in Action Wed 27th Nov 2002 12:45 |
As expected both Town and Spurs will be fielding strong reserve sides when they meet at Portman Road this evening (KO 7pm). The Blues include Darren Ambrose, Mark Venus, Martijn Reuser and Finidi George in their line-up as well as Richard Naylor in an unusual central defensive role.
|Marshall Boost Wed 27th Nov 2002 12:10 |
Dropped Town keeper Andy Marshall has received a boost from manager Joe Royle after being told he will play in next Wednesday's Worthington Cup match against Liverpool at Anfield.
|No Hermann Bid from WBA Wed 27th Nov 2002 12:07 |
Town manager Joe Royle has refuted a suggestion that West Bromwich Albion have made a renewed bid for defender Hermann Hreidarsson.
|Wilko Backs Stewart Wed 27th Nov 2002 10:02 |
Sunderland manager Howard Wilkinson has told former Town striker Marcus Stewart that he is in his plans despite his lack of opportunities since Peter Reid's departure. Early last week TWTD reported that Town had had a loan bid for Stewart turned down, something confirmed by Joe Royle on Monday.
On Tuesday, 27th November 2001
|Newcastle 4-1 Town Tue 27th Nov 2001 23:30 |
A stunning first half striking display from Newcastle saw Town out of the Worthington Cup. Goals from Robert, Ameobi and two from Shearer, all before the break put the home side four-up. Darren Bent hit Town's goal late in the second half.
|Croft Joins Squad Tue 27th Nov 2001 10:13 |
Gary Croft has been called into the Town at the last minute as the Blues' injury crisis deepens. Sixto Peralta, Titus Bramble, Martijn Reuser and Mark Venus are all unlikley to be fit for this evening's game at Newcastle. New signing Marcus Bent is ineligible due to playing for Blackburn in the Worthington Cup earlier in the season.
|Question Time Tue 27th Nov 2001 10:11 |
Yesterday evening saw the South Stand's Galleria restaurant host Five Live's Any Sporting Questions. David Sheepshanks was among John Inverdale's guests along with swimmer Karen Pickering, former Essex cricketer Don Topley and Norwich striker Iwan Roberts.
|Arsenal and Inter Ticket News Tue 27th Nov 2001 10:07 |
Town have 2,000 tickets available for the Arsenal game after 1,300 of the North Standers exiled in the South decided to move back. Initially the seats available will be in the South, although North Stand seats will go on sale tomorrow.
On Monday, 27th November 2000
|Wright Out Mon 27th Nov 2000 14:10 |
Reports are coming in that Richard Wright may be a doubt for tomorrow's Worthington Cup clash with Coventry. Wright is suffering from a wrist injury and didn't train today and is rated as doubtful for tomorrow.
|Johnno Wants to Fight for Place Mon 27th Nov 2000 12:29 |
With the Johnson to Manchester City story now being widely reported across the Internet it has been suggested to TWTD that the statement currently being quoted is completely contrary to others made by the striker. As recently as Saturday Johnson was interviewed in the Evening Star and made no suggestion that he wanted to leave Town. In fact he said he was determined to fight for his place. The player was said to be "charm itself" and it seems highly unlikely that he would have issued a 'come and get me plea' so shortly afterwards. Could it be that he was merely answering a question along the lines of: Would you be tempted by an offer from Manchester City if one came in?
|More On Johnson Mon 27th Nov 2000 11:43 |
Other sources are quoting David Johnson saying he would be tempted by any offer from Manchester City. The Town striker apparently said: "It would be very tempting to come to City if they came in for me. I have signed a long contract at Ipswich but you have got to start thinking when you are third or fourth choice."
|Johnson off to City Mon 27th Nov 2000 11:34 |
Manchester sources are reporting that David Johnson has made a 'come and get me plea' to Manchester City manager Joe Royle. Johnson was previously at Manchester United and Bury and lived in Wythenshawe during his spell in the north and id known to have enjoyed living in the city.
|Academy Sides Win Mon 27th Nov 2000 11:04 |
Town's Academy sides both got wins over the weekend. The U19s beat Peterborough 3-1 away, while the U17s, top of their group, also won 3-1, away at Millwall. For the U19s the goals came from Darren Bent and Darren Ambrose (2). The U17s' goals came from Steve Burton, Matt Bloomfield and Matt Richards.