Hat-trick for Brewster in U18s romp

08/11/2015  3 Comments  [Jump to last]
Everton Under-18s have opened up a three-point lead clear at the top of the U18s Premier League table following a 4-2 victory over Manchester United on Saturday.

Delial Brewster marked his 18th birthday with a hat-trick and Nathan Broadhead scored the other as the young Blues kept up their excellent recent form.

Brewster took just seven minutes to find the net from a corner and then doubled the lead after half an hour before United pulled a goal back through Marcus Rashford.

Broadhead was on hand to restore the two-goal advantage heading into half-time, however, when he converted Michael Donohue's cross.

The visitors refused to lie down, though, and pulled things back 3-2 shortly after the break when Callum Gribbin struck but Brewster responded again a few minutes later by rounding off his hat-trick.

Everton U18s: O'Loughlin, Lees, Myers, Yarney, Feeney, Bainbridge, Donohue, Harrington, Brewster, Broadhead, Bramall (Morris).
Subs: Jones, Mellen, Kinsella.


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jack ledwidge
1 Posted 09/11/2015 at 15:54:35
I saw Brewster come on as a second half substitute in a pre-season game in Dublin. My immediate reaction was that he a very good touch for a big lad. He has the presence of a good leader of the centre forward line. He capped off his display with a nice headed winner.
Sam Hoare
2 Posted 09/11/2015 at 17:20:24
U18s firing on all cylinders but I'd be happier if the U21s could do the same. That is the level at which consistently good performances will earn you a useful loan move or even first team opportunity.

Hopefully the likes of Brewster & Co can keep doing the good things when they step up a level.

Brent Stephens
3 Posted 09/11/2015 at 17:28:02
Brewster is knocking a few in for the U18s and seems a very good prospect.

I have also watched Donohue for the U21s and has impressed. Hope these two can make the senior grade.

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