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Manchester City U18 vs Newcastle United Under 18s at Stadion.Core.ViewModels.Matchday.LocationViewModel

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Manchester City U18

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Newcastle United Under 18s

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FT 30th April 2022 12:30 PM (BST)

Academy Stadium

U18 Premier League North

Referee : Alexander Beckett

30th April 2022 12:30 PM (BST)

Manchester City Under-18s 13 Newcastle United Under-18s 0

Attendance:
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Referee:
Alexander Beckett

Newcastle United Under-18s suffered a heavy 13-0 defeat against their Manchester City counterparts at the City of Football Academy on Saturday.

Newcastle's youngsters conceded seven goals in the first-half of their Under-18 Premier League North clash, conceding in the opening 15 minutes following strikes from Kian Breckin, Will Dickson and Nico O'Reilly.

Carlos Borges' first-half brace extended City's advantage before O'Reilly's second goal of the afternoon and Josh Adam's strike on the stroke of half-time left Peter Ramage's side stunned.

Dickson notched his brace within 60 seconds of the restart and after Dire Medube netted 12 minutes after the restart, Dickson completed his hat-trick shortly after the hour mark to take City into double figures.

Newcastle's teenagers suffered further blows through strikes from Adam and Matty Whittingham before O'Reilly completed a hat-trick of his own in the closing stages, rounding off a disappointing afternoon for United's under-18s 

Newcastle United Under-18s: Steven Bessent, Callum McNally, Josh Stewart, Harry Powell, Dylan Charlton, Lui Bradbury (Johnny Emerson 46), Jamie Miley, Ellis Stanton, Kyle Crossley, James Huntley, Lewis Miley (Ben Parkinson 69).

Subs not used: Harris, Scott Bailey, Shaun Mavididi.

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