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Kick off 11:00 (UK)

18 December 2021 Venue Unavailable Attendance

Kick off 11:00 (UK)

Exeter City U18
4 - 4
Oxford United U18
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PREVIEW Exeter City U18 v Oxford United U18

Young U's travel to the Grecians

17 December 2021

Oxford United’s under-18s play their last EFL Youth Alliance game of the year when they face Exeter City at the Cliff Hill Training Ground this Saturday at 11am.

Exeter are joint leaders of the South West Division with 7 wins from their last 10 games but as Chris Hackett told us, the U’s have title aspirations of their own.

“It’s a great game to have just before Christmas” he told us. “We have had some really good games against Exeter and with the two teams in decent form it should really focus everyone’s minds.

"The lads need a game to get back into things after losing inthe FA Youth Cup and this is the ideal game to try and bounce back from that and go into the new year on a positive note.”

We’ll have a report and highlights for you right here.

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REPORT Exeter City U18 4 Oxford United U18 4

Young U's share eight goals with the Grecians

19 December 2021

Oxford United’s under 18s ended 2021 with an amazing 4-4 draw away at Exeter City on Saturday morning.

In a game littered with goals United could have snatched a win despite being behind four times to an Exeter side who were in second place in the EFL Youth Alliance League South West Division.

United’s goals came through a brace from midfielder Josh Johnson plus goals from Elijah Coe and Will Owens.

“The mindset of the team was very strong”, coach Chris Hackett told us.

“We perhaps could’ve won the game at the end but I can’t fault the boys’ attitude throughout the game for one of the hardest away days of the season, having an early start for a long journey and being able to pick themselves back up four times to come away with a point was encouraging to see.”

Brearey, Sankoh, Owens, Franklin, Nosakhare, Zabeli, Smith, Anifowose, O’Donkor (Davis Stephenson), Johnson, Coe (Elliot-Wheeler)

Giles, Took-Oxley, Barnsley

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