U18s Win at Sheffield United
Sunday, 25th Aug 2019 19:21
Zak Brown (pictured) netted twice and Tommy Smith once as Town’s U18s continued their 100 per cent start to the season by beating Sheffield United 3-1 at the Blades’ academy yesterday.
Left-back Smith gave the Blues the lead with a shot form distance just before half-time but the South Yorkshiremen levelled via Angelo Cappello shortly after the restart.
Town, who beat Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 at home in their opening fixture last weekend, took control in the final 15 minutes and Brown, who recently signed his first pro deal at Portman Road, netted the goals which saw the points return to Suffolk.
U18s: Alley, Ruffles, Henderson (Baggott), Fehrenbach, Smith, Healy (Baker), Gibbs, Alexander, Z Brown, Oppong (Reed), Mesuria. Unused: Bort, Cutbush.
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