U21s Draw With Charlton
Monday, 11th Jan 2016 15:05
A Town U21 side including trialists Kevin Foley and Brady Hickey drew 2-2 with Charlton at Playford Road this afternoon.
Both trialists played the full 90 minutes and impressed those watching as a 10-man Addicks side grabbed an injury time equaliser.
Brandon Hanlan put the visitors in front on 50 but Kyle Hammond hit back for the Blues only a minute later.
The South Londoners were reduced to 10 men on the hour when keeper Dimitar Mitov was shown a straight red card for a foul just outside the area.
Town looked to have won it when sub Sam Ford (pictured) netted with two minutes of scheduled time remaining but Mikhail Kennedy equalised four minutes into injury time.
U21s: Henly, Emmanuel, Foley, McDonnell, Robinson (c), Kenlock, Hammond (McKendry 75), Hickey, Alabi, McLoughlin (Ford 66), Henshall. Unused: Cole, Guldbrandsen.
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