|Reserves 0-2 Spurs Tue 15th Nov 2005|
Town's reserves were defeated 2-0 at Portman Road on Monday night by a classy Tottenham second string. Goals from Lee Barnard and Kieran McKenna ensured that the visitors left with all three points.
|Youths in Final Wed 13th Apr 2005|
Goals from Liam Trotter and Aidan Collins took Town into their first FA Youth Cup final for 30 years. The Blues, two-up from the first leg, went behind on the night when Dawkins netted in the 63rd minute but hit back immediately though Trotter, Collins sealing the 4-1 aggregate win late on.
Bryan Klug and his staff picked the same side which won the Portman Road leg 2-0 last Friday. The Blues had the best of the early stages without creating any serious chances.
|Youths' Final Push Wed 13th Apr 2005|
Town's U18s take on the Tottenham at White Hart Lane tonight in the second leg of the FA Youth Cup semi-final (KO 7pm). The Blues are 2-0 up from last Friday's first leg and must be confident that they can progress to the two-legged live-on-Sky final.
|Youths Face Spurs Thu 07th Apr 2005|
Town's U18s take on Spurs on Friday evening in the Portman Road leg of their FA Youth Cup semi-final (KO 7pm). Regular TWTD contributor James Ager gives us a rundown of the squads and the teams' paths to the semi-finals, starting with the Blues.
|Youths to Face Spurs Thu 17th Mar 2005|
Town's U18s will take on Tottenham Hotspur in the semi-finals of the FA Youth Cup. Spurs beat Watford 2-0 at Vicarage Road on Thursday night to set-up the two-legged tie, Charlie Daniels and Andy Barcham scoring the goals
|Spurs 2-0 Reserves Tue 16th Nov 2004|
Town's Reserves lost 2-0 to Tottenham at Stevenage on Monday night. The Blues again fielded a young team, with Lewis Price missing through a groin injury. Pablo Couñago and Matt Richards were the only players with more than a few minutes' first team experience.
|U18s Lose at Spurs Mon 20th Sep 2004|
A ten-man Town U18 side lost 3-2 at Spurs on Saturday lunchtime. The Blues were ahead on two occasions but the home side netted twice in a last five minutes during which Irish midfielder Owen Garvan was sent off.
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