U18s Thrash Cardiff to Continue Winning Run
Saturday, 11th Feb 2017 15:04
Goals from Corrie Ndaba (pictured) , Declan Daniels, Ben Folami and Brett McGavin saw Town’s U18s to a 4-0 victory over Cardiff City at Playford Road this morning.
The young Blues have now won three on the trot - they defeated both QPR and Bristol City 3-0 in their previous two matches - scoring 10 goals without reply.
Town’s U23s are in Premier League Cup action against West Brom at the Hawthorns on Monday with Tommy Smith and Luke Hyam both expected to feature (KO 7pm).
U18s: Hayes, Murrell, Ndaba, Cahill, Marshall, Cathline, Meldrum, McGavin, Daniels, Folami, Lankester. Subs: Clements, Wright, Wilton, Vega, Hughes.
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