David Henen put David Unsworth's side into the lead when his in-swinging free kick found its way through past the 'keeper in the first half.
Harry Charsley doubled the lead early in the second half and goalkeeper Mateusz Hewelt played his part in preserving the clean sheet with a number of saves to keep Saints' second string at bay.
Everton U21s: Hewelt, Kenny (c), Jones (31' Ledson), Williams, Connolly, Holgate, Charsley, Grant, Dyson, Evans (70' Rodriguez), Henen (70' C Duffus).
Subs not Used: Griffiths, Walsh.
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1 Posted 26/10/2015 at 23:35:58
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5 Posted 27/10/2015 at 01:39:09
6 Posted 27/10/2015 at 07:25:08
7 Posted 27/10/2015 at 08:01:57
Hewelt looked good, Henen has a nice touch and pace and Conor Grant looked useful. 2-0 was a good result away, but Saints hit the bar and missed an open goal on top of the saves Hewelt made. Looked a good passing team and Harry Charlsey finished well from a pull back after great Kenny run into the box.
Saints had a largely U18 side out as the commentator reminded us every five minutes. Pretty comfortable until they brought their winger on with about 15 to go.
8 Posted 27/10/2015 at 09:54:57
9 Posted 27/10/2015 at 12:22:04
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