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Ward on Target But U23s Beaten By 10-Man Robins
Monday, 27th Sep 2021 15:09

Sub Matt Ward scored in the 89th minute but couldn’t prevent Town’s U23s from falling to a 2-1 defeat to Professional Development League Two South leaders Bristol City at Playford Road, despite the visitors having been reduced to 10 men in the first half.

Robins keeper Harvey Wiles-Richards was dismissed for bringing down Kayden Jackson, who started along with Toto Nsiala and Louie Barry, outside the box in the 28th minute.

But two minutes later, the West Countrymen went in front from the penalty spot via Louis Britton.

The visitors doubled their lead with 15 minutes remaining via a Sam Bell which found its way into the net with Ward pulling one back for Town a minute from time.

U23s: Ridd, Alexander, Nsiala, Baggott, Clements, Healy, Humphreys, Chirewa, Siziba, Barry, Jackson. Subs: Cullum, Stewart, Yengi, Morris, Ward.

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RobITFC added 16:08 - Sep 27
When was the last time Jackson scored ?

bluelodgeblue added 18:21 - Sep 27
He probably can’t remember himself?😬

BrandonsBlues added 18:26 - Sep 27
Cannot believe Chirewa did not score

runningout added 19:23 - Sep 27
our under 23’s form is important. Wish I could be confident v Doncaster tomorrow

rfretwell added 07:21 - Sep 28
Wheres Kenlock?

PortmanTerrorist added 13:29 - Sep 28
Even in U23s our group of high claibre individuals loses to a good team. That lesson must be learned quickly thruogh the Club and have to hope we see signs of the Team contiunuing to come together again tonight. We cannot afford anymore backward steps.

churchmans81 added 21:56 - Sep 28
runningout. Let that be a lesson to you my friend. 😀😃😄😁😆 and like ITFC a sixth for luck 🤣

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