U18s come back to hammer Stoke 5 - 2

Saturday 15 October 2016  4 Comments  [Jump to last]

Everton Under-18s came back from 2-0 down to record an impressive win at Stoke City today.

Kevin Sheedy's side fell two goals behind inside 20 minutes but recovered brilliantly, starting with Fraser Hornby picking up Daniel Bramall's cross and shooting into the bottom corner to halve the deficit.

Hornby then ran riot, scoring three more times before striker Shayne Lavery added a fifth late on.

Everton U18s: Renshaw, Morris, Lees, Feeney, Harrington, Bramall (80' Moore), Kiersey, Baningime, Denny (85' Duke-McKenna), Hornby (82' Ball), Lavery.
Subs not Used: Pierce, Mampala.  

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Tim Greeley
1 Posted 15/10/2016 at 19:12:25
I'm horny for Hornby!!

Trademark pending...

Kase Chow
2 Posted 15/10/2016 at 19:14:23
Well done boys

Get Fraser into the first team!!!

John Dean
4 Posted 17/10/2016 at 21:16:48
I watched the highlights on EvertonTV and Fraser took his goals really well, showing ball skills as well as sweet timing and a calmness when given a chance to shoot.

I remember him signing for Everton a couple of years ago as a 15-year-old around the same time as the Irish lad, Steven Kinsella. He seems to have grown recently and looks to have the build of a centre-forward rather than the midfielder I thought he was. It looks like he played as the main striker and did well under a high ball, scoring with one header and freeing our left winger when beating two markers to a high clearance from our keeper before then getting into the box to complete that attack with a low drive into the corner.

He has played for Scotland U18s and looks another young blue with a bright future.

David Milner
5 Posted 21/10/2016 at 09:49:27
Fraser signed under the EPP (elite performance plan) from Northampton Town, for £65k plus add-ons for first team appearances. Looks a bargain.

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