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Kick off 10:30 (UK)

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11 September 2021 Venue Attendance

Kick off 10:30 (UK)

AFC Wimbledon
7 - 1
Northampton Town
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Match Reports

YOUTH TEAM BEATEN

EFL Youth Alliance action

11 September 2021

EFL Youth Alliance League

Saturday September 11th, 10.30am

King’s College Sports Ground

 

AFC WIMBLEDON UNDER 18s 7

Quaine Bartley 16

Ben Mason 30

Morgan Williams 51

David Kawa 54

Marcel Campbell 63, 65

Ayo Lekuti 76 og

 

NORTHAMPTON TOWN UNDER 18s 1

Dylan Hill 24

 

AFC Wimbledon: Michael Allen, Ibrahim Bangura, Paris Lock (sub Hugo Few 70), Morgan Williams, David Kawa (sub Aron Sasu 60), Marley Quashie (sub Remi Onabanso, 67), Isaac Olaniyan (sub Abdi Ali 46), Ben Mason, Ethan Sutcliffe, Marcel Campbell (sub Charlie Morgan 70), Quaine Bartley

Subs not used: none

 

Cobblers: Callum Cook, Brad Smith-Howes, Courtney Lashley (sub Ayo Lekuti 58), Dylan Hill (sub David Sarpong 71), Josh Brown, Miguel Ngwa, Peter Abimbola, Jack Connor (sub Kai O’Keeffe 59), Ethan Lack, Kenny Ndefo, Josh Tomlinson

Subs not used: James Dadge, Rico Duggan

 

Booked:

AFC Wimbledon: none

Cobblers: Brad Smith-Howes (31), Miguel Ngwa (50)

 

Sent off:

AFC Wimbledon: none

Cobblers: none

 

Northampton Town Under 18s lost 7-1 away to AFC Wimbledon in the EFL Youth Alliance League on Saturday.

 

Dons dominated throughout. Early on, Quaine Bartley’s shot was blocked on the line by Josh Tomlinson and Paris Lock’s effort was parried away by Callum Cook.

 

The hosts opened the scoring after a quarter-of-an-hour, Bartley firing into the bottom corner.

 

The Cobblers equalised with their only clear opportunity of the match 10 minutes later, when Dylan Hill blocked goalkeeper Michael Allen’s clearance and the ball rolled into the empty net.

 

AFC Wimbledon regained the lead on the half-an-hour mark, captain Ben Mason scrambling home after Bartley headed against the bar from a corner.

 

Dons’ control continued after the break. Early in the second period, Cook made an acrobatic save to deny Mason before Morgan Williams doubled the advantage from just inside the area.

 

David Kawa lofted the ball over Cook and into the net to score a fourth a few minutes later.

 

Cook made a save but Marcel Campbell converted the rebound for a fifth on the hour mark.

 

Campbell doubled his tally and made it six moments later, tapping home a cutback at the back post.

 

The scoring was completed late on when a shot from the edge of the box deflected off the unfortunate Ayo Lekuti and in.

 

The youth team will look to bounce back from their defeat when they host Gillingham next week.

 

AFC WIMBLEDON MATCH STATS (first half in brackets, match total out of brackets)

SHOTS ON TARGET: (5) 16

SHOTS OFF TARGET: (3) 7

CORNERS: (5) 9

FOULS: (9) 16

CAUGHT OFFSIDE: (2) 3

 

COBBLERS MATCH STATS (first half in brackets, match total out of brackets)

SHOTS ON TARGET: (2) 3

SHOTS OFF TARGET: (1) 1

CORNERS: (0) 1

FOULS: (8) 16

CAUGHT OFFSIDE: (1) 2

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