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Kick off 11:00 (UK)

30 September 2023 Venue Unavailable Attendance

Kick off 11:00 (UK)

Exeter City U18
0 - 0
Oxford United U18
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PREVIEW: U19s Travel to Exeter

U19s face Exeter in EFL Youth Alliance League

29 September 2023

Oxford United U19s take on Exeter City in the Youth Alliance League on Saturday.

Kick off is at 12PM at the Cliff Hill Training Ground.

The two sides met earlier this month in the Youth Alliance Cup where the Grecians came from behind to win on penalties.

Following a rest weekend last Saturday the U’s will be looking to make it two wins in two following a 4-1 victory over Forest Green Rovers.

Coach Chris Hackett said

“It was good for the boys to have a rest week after a physically and socially demanding start to the season.

“Last time out against Forest Green was a promising performance with some of the younger lads doing really well in a competitive game.

“We left frustrated last time we played Exeter as we controlled the first half of the game and then let it slip. We’ll have to be better across 90 minutes to get a result against a solid Exeter side.

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Match Reports

REPORT U19s Draw at Exeter

Exeter City U19s 0-0 OUFC U19s

2 October 2023

Oxford United U19s drew 0-0 away to Exeter in the EFL Youth Alliance League on Saturday.

The U19s, with two U16s in Louis Griffiths and Jack Lee both starting, travelled south to Exeter City and came away with a point in a hard fought 0-0.

The U’s had chances to win the game, with the best chance falling to another U16 Leo Snowden who had come over from the U17s game to play the last 30 minutes with the Scholars.

Although they couldn’t find a breakthrough, the young yellows gave a good performance with lots to build on.

Coach Chris Hackett said

“It was a solid performance against a good Exeter side and we come away with a point on the road.

“The boys did well physically and socially but we just needed to be a bit more clinical when the chances came our way.

“There were positives to take from the game including a clean sheet and lots for the boys to build on individually and as a group.

LINEUP: Marriott, Mole, Maxwell, Lacey, McIntyre, Brenan. Took-Oxley, Bradney, Burton, Lee (Fowler 64'), Griffiths (Snowden 64')

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