U18s at Fulham
Friday, 11th Feb 2011 14:31
Town’s U18s are in action at Fulham’s Motspur Park training ground on Saturday morning (KO 11am). The young Blues will be looking to complete a quick double over the Cottagers having beaten them 3-2 at Playford Road only a fortnight ago.
On that occasion defender Josh Meekings (pictured), Northern Irish U19 international midfielder Cormac Burke and Welsh U17 international striker Jack Simmons were on the scoresheet, and all three are in tomorrow’s squad.
Fulham's website warns that "access to U18 and U16 home games is only on production of a valid season ticket or membership card".
U18s: Cody Cropper, Callum Bennett, Joe Whight, Aaron Jones, Josh Meekings, Tom Winter, Elliot Scotcher, Cormac Burke, Josh Carson, Carel Tiofack, Jide Maduako, Conor O’Donnell, Lewis Acott, Byron Lawrence, Jack Simmons.
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