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FT 10th March 2018 11:00 AM (GMT)

Newcastle United Academy

U18 Premier League

10th March 2018 11:00 AM (GMT)

Newcastle United Under-18s 2 Stoke City Under-18s 1

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Newcastle United Under-18s 2 Stoke City Under-18s 1

Newcastle United Under-18s’ renaissance continued as Adam Wilson scored a late winner to see off Stoke City at Little Benton.

Having failed to record a single Under-18 Premier League victory in the first half of the campaign, Dave Watson’s side have now won five on the spin and sit eighth in the North Division, finding themselves firmly in the hunt for a top-half finish.

They had to battle for their latest success, though. Stoke led at the break thanks to James Jennings’ strike, the forward lashing home after Otto Huuhtanen gave away an indirect free kick.

The Magpies had struggled to find their mojo in the first half, but they restored parity after making a bright start to the second, Matty Longstaff seeing his deflected strike from 18 yards nestle beyond ‘keeper Mitchell Allen.

Their cause was given a further boost when Scott Wara was dismissed for Stoke with 55 minutes on the clock, the defender having halted Thomas Allan’s run with the frontman bearing down on goal.

To their credit, the Potters nearly held out for a point. But, after coming on for Jack Robson, wide-man Wilson found the net for the third time in his last four appearances to keep the Magpies’ momentum going.

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