Town Youngsters Reach Premier Cup Semi-Finals
Tuesday, 5th Feb 2019 21:44
Town’s U18s progressed to the semi-finals of the Suffolk Premier Cup by beating Kirkley & Pakefield 3-1 at Walmer Road, Kian Ronan (pictured), Zak Brown (pen) and Tommy Smith the Blues’ goalscorers.
After a goalless first half, Gibraltarian U21 international Ronan opened the scoring with a low 20-yard strike.
Brown won the penalty he subsequently converted, then left-back Tommy Smith volleyed home Town’s third.
Lee Will netted a late consolation for the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division side.
Meanwhile, academy midfielder or full-back Ryley Scott has had his loan at Bury Town extended until the end of the season and was in the team which beat Witham 5-2 at Ram Meadow this evening.
U18s: Egan, O’Reilly, T Smith, Crowe, Henderson, Vega, Z Brown, Ronan (Clifford), Simpson (Ruffles), Dobra (Baker), K Brown. Unused: Alley.
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