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Everton Under-18s, 2016-17

Lineups, scores and brief match details for Everton Academy Under-18s side from Finch Farm.

[FA Youth Cup, 2016-17]

·Results & Fixtures  A record of Everton's Under-18 matches during the season
·League Setup  An explanation of the new Under-18 Premier League setup
·League Table  Everton's position in the North Group table
·Match Details  Teamsheets and brief reports for each match
·Appearances  A table of Under-18 appearances and goals
·Friendlies Results from Under-18 friendly matches
Manager: Kevin Sheedy

Everton Under-18s play the majority of their matches at Finch Farm. A new mini-stadium at the club's Halewood training complex is intended to improve the facilities by 2017.



FIXTURES AND RESULTS, 2016-17

U18 Premier League ― North Group All KOs are UK time
Date Opponent Result Scorers Venue Notes
Sat 13 Aug Newcastle United (A) 0 - 1 Little Benton
Sat 20 Aug Manchester City (H) 1 - 3 Hornby Finch Farm
Sat 27 Aug Manchester United (H) 1 - 5 Mampala Finch Farm
Sat 10 Sep Wolverhampton W (A) 3 - 3 Lavery 2 (1 pen), Morris Compton
Sat 17 Sep Derby County (H) 6 - 1 Lavery 2, Mampala, Evans, Lees 2 Finch Farm
Sat 24 Sep Liverpool (A) 4 - 1 Evans 2, Bramall 2 Kirkby
Sat  1 Oct Sunderland (H) 4 - 4 Lavery 2 (1 pen), Hornby 2 Finch Farm
Sat 15 Oct Stoke City (A) 5 - 2 Hornby 4, Lavery Clayton Wood
Sat 22 Oct Middlesbrough (H) 1 - 0 Kiersey Finch Farm
  Sat 29 Oct Blackburn Rovers (A)   0 - 0   Brockhall Village  
  Sat  5 Nov West Bromwich A (H)   1 - 1 Hornby Finch Farm  
  Sat 12 Nov Sunderland (A)   2 - 0 Kiersey, Bramall Academy of Light  
  Sat 19 Nov Manchester City (A)   4 - 4  Latibeaudiere (og), Hornby 2, Kiersey  City Football Academy  
Sat  3 Dec Derby County (A) 2 - 0 Lavery, Bramall Moor Farm
  Fri 16 Dec Stoke City (H)   2 - 0 Evans 2 Finch Farm  
  Sat 14 Jan Liverpool (H)   1 - 2 Hornby (pen) Finch Farm  
  Sat 21 Jan Manchester United (A)   1 - 1 Charsley Carrington  
Sat 28 Jan Middlesbrough (A) 3 - 2 Scully, Hornby, Adedoyin Rockliffe Park
  Sat 11 Feb Blackburn Rovers (H)   0 - 2   Finch Farm  
  Sat 18 Feb West Bromwich A (A)   3 - 1 Bramall, Harrington, Adedoyin WBA Training Group  
  Sat 25 Feb Newcastle United (H)   2 - 0 Denny, Virtanen Finch Farm  
  Sat  4 Mar Wolverhampton W (H)   3 - 2 Scully, Adedoyin, Bramall Finch Farm  
U18 Premier League ― 2nd Tier Group All KOs are UK time
Sat 11 Mar Middlesbrough (H) 2 - 1 Kiersey, Bramall Finch Farm
Sat 18 Mar Derby County (A) 0 - 3    Moor Farm
  Tue 22 Mar Fulham (H)   0 - 3   Finch Farm  
  Sat  1 Apr Aston Villa (A)   0 - 1   Bodymoor Heath  
  Sat 22 Apr Tottenham Hotspur (H)   11:00   Finch Farm  
  Sat 29 Apr Stoke City (A)   11:00   Clayton Wood  
  Say 13 May Norwich City (H)   11:00   Finch Farm  



FA U18 PREMIER LEAGUE, Northern Group Table, 2016-17


Pos Team Pld W D L F A GD Pts
1 Manchester City 22 17 4 1 70 22 48 55
2 Manchester United 22 14 4 4 63 31 32 46
3 Liverpool 22 14 4 4 50 33 17 46
4 Blackburn Rovers 22 13 5 4 40 27 13 44
5 Everton 22 11 6 5 49 35 14 39
6 Derby County 22 10 2 10 38 45 -7 32
7 Middlesbrough 22 7 3 12 33 40 -7 24
8 Stoke City 22 7 2 13 34 49 -15 23
9 Newcastle United 22 6 4 12 25 43 -18 22
10 West Bromwhich Albion 22 4 6 12 29 42 -13 18
11 Sunderland 22 3 4 15 23 55 -32 13
12 Wolverhampton Wanderers 22 2 4 16 30 62 -32 10

FA U18 Premier League

 
The U18 Premier League replaced the Premier Academy League at the start of the 2012-13 season with the aim to enhance youth development and help transition players between the Academy and First Team.

The league set-up has been modified as follows for the 2016-17 season:

  • In total, 24 clubs compete in the U18 Premier League, with each of the clubs having applied for ‘Category One’ status in the Elite Player Performance Plan (EPPP). There are 16 clubs from the Premier League, five clubs from the Championship and one club from League One.
  • The format has changed since the 2012-13 season, with the 24 clubs now split into two separate regional groups, North and South.
  • Clubs will play each opposing club in their own regional group twice, both home and away.  Overall, the regoional phase will last for 22 matches.
  • All 24 clubs will then be split into three Tier Groups of 8 sides each, based on their final Regional Group positions.
  • The top four clubs from each regional group will progress to the Tier One Group where they will face each other once either home and away as the national champion is determined.
  • The next four clubs (5th thru 8th) from each regional group will go into the Tier Two Group where they will face each other once either home and away.
  •  The last four clubs (9th thru 12th) from each regional group will go into the Tier Three Group where they will face each other once either home and away.

Age requirement: Clubs are not allowed to field any outfield players outside of the U18 age category. However, the goalkeeper is permitted to come from the U19 age category.

The 12 clubs in the North Group of the 2016-17 U18 Premier League are:

Blackburn Rovers, Derby County, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Middlesbrough, Newcastle United, Sunderland, Stoke City, West Bromwhich Albion & Wolverhampton Wanderers

The 12 clubs in the South Group of the 2016-17 U18 Premier League are:

Arsenal, Brighton & Hove Albion, Aston Villa, Chelsea, Fulham, Leicester City, Norwich City, Reading, Southampton, Swansea City, Tottenham Hotspur & West Ham United.


Under-18 Premier League – Match Details, 2016-17

The section below contains team details, scorers, and brief match reports for Everton Under-18 matches during the 2016-17 Season.

Newcastle United 1 - 0 Everton

U18 Premier League North, Game #1
Saturday 13 August 2016
Little Benton


Everton's Under-18s kicked off their 2016-17 campaign with a defeat when they lost 1-0 at Newcastle.

Kevin Sheedy's side were eventually beaten by an 80th-minute strike after a tight encounter with few chances for either side.

Everton U18s: Renshaw, Ouzounidis, Lees, Harrington, Morris, Duke-McKenna, Scully (60' Hornby), Denny, Withe (60' Mampala), Lavery, Bramall.
Subs not Used: Pierce, Moore, Corke.


Everton 1 - 3 Manchester City

U18 Premier League North, Game #2
Monday 20 August 2016
Finch Farm

The Young Blues fell to a 3-1 defeat to reigning U18 Premier League Champions Manchester City at Finch Farm this morning... their second in as many games of the new season.

City took the lead 10 minutes into the second half when Joe Hardy struck and then took an unassailable advantage through Ian Carlo Poveda-Ocampo and Jadon Sancho.

Fraser Hornby drove home a consolation goal off a corner in injury time for Everton.

Everton U18s: Renshaw, Duke-McKenna, Harrington, Ouzounidis, Lees, Scully (69' Virtanen), Withe (59' Mampala), Denny, Lavery, Bramall, Hornby.
Subs not Used: Pierce, Moore, John.


Everton 1 - 5 Manchester United

U18 Premier League North, Game #3
Saturday 27 August 2016
Finch Farm

Everton's Under-18s were beaten 5-1 by Manchester United Under-18s at Finch Farm yesterday.

Manasse Mampala had got the Blues off to a great start with a goal after 20 minutes but the visitors had turned the game on its head by the break thanks to strikes by Nishan Burkart and Kayne Diedrick-Roberts.

Diedrick-Roberts and Darren McIntosh-Buffonge added further goals for United in the second half.

Everton U18s: Renshaw, Corke (55' Duke-McKenna), Moore, Harrington, Lees, Collins, Lavery, Denny, Mampala (61' Withe), Bramall, Hornby.
Subs not Used: Pierce, Scully, Kerr.


Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 - 3 Everton

U18 Premier League North, Game #4
Saturday 10 September 2016
Compton

A last-minute equaliser denied Everton's Under-18s a victory over Wolves today.

Two goals by Shane Lavery, including one from the penalty spot, and a strike by Liam Morris had the Young Blues on course for a win but they were pegged back when Austin Samuels levelled for the Midlanders to make it 3-3.

Everton U18s: Renshaw, Morris, Lees, Harrington, Moore, Hornby, Denny, Duke-McKenna, Bramall (70' Kerr), Mampala (78' Ball), Lavery.
Subs not Used: Pierce, Withe, Scully.


Everton 6 - 1 Derby County

U18 Premier League North, Game #5
Saturday 17 September 2016
Finch Farm

Everton's Under-18s hammered Derby County's youngsters 6-1 thanks to a brace apiece for free-scoring Shane Lavery and skipper Callum Lees.

After Henry Wise had equalised for the visitors to cancel out Lavery's 10th-minute opener, Manasse Mampala restored Everton's lead five minutes before half-time.

Everton ran away with it in the second period, with Antony Evans and two from Lees making it 5-1 before Lavery wrapped things up with a sixth later in the half.

Everton U18s: Renshaw; Morris, Harrington, Baningime, Lees, Feeney, Bramall (74' Hornby), Kiersey (68' Denny), Lavery, Evans, Mampala (69' Duke-McKenna).
Subs: Pierce, Moore.


Liverpool 1 - 4 Everton

U18 Premier League North, Game #6
Saturday 24 September 2016
Kirkby

Everton Under-18s took local bragging rights in emphatic style with a 4-1 away win over Liverpool.

Antony Evans and Daniel Bramall helped themselves to a brace each as the Blues recovered from conceding an equaliser early in the second half to eventually claim a handsome victory.

Evans opened the scoring after collecting Beni Baningime's pass after 10 minutes but when goalkeeper Chris Renshaw spilled a shot, Yan Dhanda was on hand to level for the Reds shortly after half time.

Evans restored the advantage midway through the second period, however, before Shane Lavery released Bramall down the right whose cross-cum-shot caught the 'keeper out to double the lead.

Baningime was the provider again for the fourth, crossing for Bramall to tap home from close range.

Everton U18s: Renshaw; Morris, Harrington, Baningime, Lees (c), Feeney, Bramall, Kiersey (84' Hornby), Lavery, Evans, Mampala (40' Duke-McKenna (90+1' Virtanen)).
Subs not Used: Pierce, Moore.

 

Everton 4 - 4 Sunderland

U18 Premier League North, Game #7
Saturday 1 October 2016
Finch Farm

Everton's youngsters came back from 4-1 down against Sunderland U18s to draw 4-4 at Finch Farm on Saturday and make it four successive games unbeaten.

Kevin Sheedy's side fell behind as early as the 13th minute when Lee Connelly clipped a shot over Chris Renshaw in the Blues' goal before Brandon Taylor doubled the visitors' advantage with a header from a corner midway through the first half.

Stephen Duke-McKenna was adjudged to have fouled Fergus McAughtrie in his area shortly before half-time and Connelly rattled in the resulting penalty to make it 3-0.

A penalty at the other end, however, allowed Shane Lavery to reduce the arrears before the half-time whistle after Jack Kiersey has been shoved over in the Sunderland box.

It was the young Black Cats who scored next, however, when Connelly completed his hat-trick with another chipped effort after Renshaw had denied Jake Hackett.

Everton hit back again, however, beginning their impressive recovery when Fraser Hornby crossed for Lavery to score. Two minutes later, Hornby himself found the net when he headed home a cross by Kiersey.

And four minutes after that, Lavery's centre was spilled by the goalkeepr and Hornby was on hand to convert from close range and make it 4-4.

Everton U18s: Renshaw; Morris, Moore, Harrington, Lees, Hornby, Bramall, Kiersey, Lavery, Duke-McKenna, Mampala (69' Ball).
Subs not Used: Pierce, Kerr, Virtanen, Baxter.


Stoke City 2 - 5 Everton

U18 Premier League North, Game #8
Saturday 15 October 2016
Clayton Wood

Everton Under-18s came from two goals behind to record a stunning 5-2 away victory over Stoke City.

Everton's youngsters conceded twice inside the opening 20 minutes, but hit back almost instantly after the second as Fraser Hornby controlled Daniel Bramall's cross and neatly fired into the bottom corner with a left-footed drive.

The tremendous comeback saw three more goals for midfielder Hornby, with the Scotland Under-19 international completing a perfect hat-trick then adding his and the young Blues' fourth before Shayne Lavery sealed the win 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.


Everton 1 - 0 Middlesbrough

U18 Premier League North, Game #9
Saturday 22 October 2016
Finch Farm

Everton U18s beat Middlesbrough at Finch Farm this morning with a goal in the second half from Jack Kiersey.

Everton U18s: Renshaw; Morris, Harrington, Baningime, Lees, Feeney, Bramall (90' Virtanen), Kiersey, Lavery, Hornby, Moore (65' Ball).
Subs not used: Jones, Mampala, Kerr.


Blackburn Rovers 0 - 0 Everton

U18 Premier League North, Game #10
Saturday 29 October 2016
Brockhall Village

Everton Under-18s extended their unbeaten run to seven games with a 0-0 away draw against in-form Blackburn Rovers, halting their 5-game winning streak.

The young Blues looked more likely to take all three points after the hosts were reduced to 10 men just before the half-time interval. But, despite their best efforts, the Toffees were kept at bay and goalkeeper Chris Renshaw was called into action twice late on to ensure the visitors would take a point.

Everton U18s: Renshaw, Morris, Harrington, Lees, Collins, Bramall, Baningime (60' Duke-McKenna), Kiersey, Moore (70' Kerr), Ball (82' Mampala), Lavery.
Subs not Used: Jones, Scully.


Everton 1 - 1 West Bromwich Albion

U18 Premier League North, Game #11
Saturday 5 November 2016
Finch Farm

Everton U18s made it eight games unbeaten with a 1-1 draw at home to West Brom, Fraser Hornby grabbing his eighth goal of the season.

The Blues fell behind inside the opening minute, a long ball was played back for the onrushing Marcus Forss and he fired past Chris Renshaw in the Everton goal.

Everton responded with some decent attacking moves and their pressure final showed in the 25th minute. Morris pulled the ball back to Evans, who saw his shot blocked — but the ball fell perfectly for Hornby to toe poke into the top corner of the West Brom net.

The young Toffees started the second half in the manner they'd finished the first, and Blues dominated for spells but couldn't break down a resilient West Brom backline.

Everton U18s: Renshaw, Morris, Harrington, Collins, Lees, Denny, Bramall, Kiersey, Lavery, Hornby, Evans (60' Ball).
Subs not Used:
Piece, Kerr, Moore, Mampala.


Sunderland 0 - 2 Everton

U18 Premier League North, Game #12
Saturday 12 November 2016
Academy of Light

Both goals came in the first half as Jack Kiersey and Daniel Bramall both produced superb individual efforts to put the Black Cats to the sword.

And despite the hosts improvement and intent after the break, Kevin Sheedy's young Blues held firm to close the gap on the top four to just a point.

Everton U18s: Renshaw, Morris, Moore, Collins, Lees, Denny, Bramall, Kiersey, Lavery, Hornby, Mampala (74' Ball).
Subs not Used: Pierce, Scully, Duke-McKenna, Kerr.


Manchester City 4 - 4 Everton

U18 Premier League North, Game #13
Saturday 19 November 2016
City Football

After Ian Carlo Poveda's early strike and Liam Morris turned into his own net, the young Blues had it all to do at City's Academy Stadium.

But a Joel Latideaudiere own-goal on the stroke of half-time sparked Kevin Sheedy's side into life and, following Fraser Hornby's 12-minute brace, Jack Kiersey netted to put the Toffees 4-2 ahead on the hour mark.

Unfortunately for the visitors, the drama wasn't over there. Henri Ogunby clawed the Citizens back into the game with seven minutes remaining before Demean Duhaney levelled moments later to ensure the spoils would be shared.

Everton U18s: Renshaw; Morris, Harrington, Collins, Lees; Denny, Bramhall, Kiersey; Lavery, Evans (82' Duke-McKenna), Hornby.
Subs not Used: Hilton, Moore, Ball, Mampala.


Derby County 0 - 2 Everton

U18 Premier League North, Game #14
Saturday 3 December 2016
Moor Farm

Moor Farm Shayne Lavery opened the scoring moments before the break and Daniel Bramall's piece of individual brilliance midway through the second half secured all three points which keep Kevin Sheedy's side firmly in the mix for the top-four positions that qualify for the end-of-season title play-offs.

Everton U18s: Renshaw, Morris, Lees, Feeney, Harrington, Bramall, Baningime (54' Denny), Kiersey, Lavery, Evans, Hornby (60' Moore).
Subs not Used: Pierce, Ball, Scully.
 


Everton 2 - 0 Stoke City

U18 Premier League North, Game #15
Friday 16 December 2016
Finch Farm

Everton's Under-18s extended their unbeaten sequence to 13 matches today thanks to a 2-0 win over Stoke City's youth at Finch Farm.

Antony Evans scored both goals, the first coming in the 35th minute and the second six minutes from the end of the second half.

Everton: Renshaw, Moore, Harrington, Baningime, Lees, Feeney, Bramall, Kiersey (84' Collins), Lavery (84' Duke-McKenna), Evans, Denny.
Subs not used: Pierce, Mampala, Scully.


Everton 1 - 2 Liverpool

U18 Premier League North, Game #16
Saturday 14 January 2017
Finch Farm

Everton U18s 13-game unbeaten run came to an end in a 1-2 defeat to Liverpool at USM Finch Farm.

They were much the better side throughout and unfortunate not to take something from a predictably hard-fought contest in which the Blues had chances before going behind to a fast breakaway.

Hornby heading over and Jack Kiersey lost his footing when clear before Bramall was tripped and Hornby stepped up and coolly converted from the spot.

Shayne Lavery then went close to giving Everton the lead but the Reds went straight up the other end and delivered another sucker-punch.

Everton U18s: Pierce, Moore (90' Mampala), Harrington, Denny, Lees, Collins, Bramall, Kiersey, Lavery, Hornby, Gordon (57' Scully).
Subs not used: Jones, Duke-McKenna, Ball.


Manchester United 1 - 1 Everton

U18 Premier League, Game #17
Saturday 21 January 2017
Carrington

Charlie Ball equalized after Ben Pierce had saved a penalty against Manchester United at Carrington on Saturday morning.

Kevin Sheedy's side found themselves a goal behind on 20 minutes but the home side were denied a winning strike from the penalty spot shortly after the break. Substitute Charlie Ball produced a fine effort to level the scores midway through the second half.

Everton U18s: Pierce [Y], N Baxter [Y], Moore, Denny, Harrington, Collins, Bramall, Kiersey, Mampala (46' Scully), Hornby, John (59' Ball).
Subs not Used: Scott, Adedoyin, Ouzounidis.


Middlesbrough 2 - 3 Everton

U18 Premier League North, Game #18
Saturday 28 January 2017
Rockliffe Park

Everton Under-18s came back to beat Middlesbrough 3-2 after going behind to an early own-goal.

The Blues Academy side, still harbouring hope of making the end-of-season title play-offs, suffered the worst possible start when the hosts went ahead through a Ryan Harrington own goal inside four minutes.

An untypical slow start was further punished by Brandon Holdsworth midway through the half, but Kevin Sheedy's side responded in style after the break.

First, Tom Scully grabbed his first goal at Under-18s level on the hour-mark with a volley from close range, before the team's leading scorer Fraser Hornby made it 2-2 with 20 minutes still to find a winner.

And find one they did, as 16-year-old substitute Korede Adedoyin was in the right place to net from close range when Hornby's 85th-minute shot was parried.

Everton U18s: Pierce, N Baxter, Moore, Bramall, Hornby, Scully, John (65' Duke-McKenna), Denny, Kiersey, (65' Adedoyin), Harrington, Collins.
Subs not Used: A Jones, Ouzounidis, Mampala.


Everton 0 - 2 Blackburn Rovers

U18 Premier League North, Game #19
Saturday 11 February 2017
Finch Farm

Everton U18s’ hopes of a top-four finish suffered a setback after Blackburn Rovers beat them 2-0 to take all three points at USM Finch Farm on Saturday morning.

The Blues fielded a youthful starting 11 without regulars Callum Lees, Alex Denny and Shayne Lavery

Everton U18s: Pierce, N Baxter, Moore, Scully, Harrington, Collins, Bramall, Kiersey (62' Gordon), Hornby, Adedoyin, John (46' Duke-McKenna).
Subs not used: A Jones, Mampala, Ouzounidis.


West Bromwich Albion 1 - 3 Everton

U18 Premier League North, Game #20
Saturday 18 February 2017
WBA Training Ground

Everton U18s secured an impressive win 3-1 at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday with goals from Kiersey, Harrington and Adedoyin.

The young Blues came racing out of the blocks and took a deserved lead on 15 minutes as Jack Kiersey opened the scoring with a tidy low finish.

Kevin Sheedy's side continued to dominate proceedings and doubled their advantage before the half-time interval when Michael Collins' free-kick was cleared as far as Ryan Harrington, who made no mistake from close-range.

The visitors added a third shortly after the break, with 16-year-old forward Korede Adedoyin capping an impressive display with a goal. West Brom pulled one back with 10 minutes remaining.

Everton U18s: Pierce, N Baxter, Moore, Harrington, Collins (80' Ouzounidis), Bramall (85' Richards), Scully, Kiersey, Denny, Duke-McKenna, Adedoyin.
Subs not Used: A Jones, Gordon, Warren.


Everton 2 - 0 Newcastle United

U18 Premier League North, Game #21
Wednesday 1 March 2017
Finch Farm

Everton U18s beat Newcastle United 2-0 at Finch Farm this afternoon in the penultimate game of the Northern Division under the regional phase of the league.

Goals from Alex Denny and substitute Miko Virtanen sealed the win for the younng Blues.

Despite showing decent form in the last few games, they remain unable to penetrate the top four of the U18 Premier League and after Friday's final fixture against Wolves, they will go into the Second Tier Group for the second stage of the season, where they will meet similarly placed teams from the Southern Division.

Everton U18s: Pierce, N Baxter, Moore, Scully, Harrington, Collins, Bramall, Denny, Adedoyin, Gordon (62' Virtanen), Duke-McKenna (70' Warren).
Subs not Used: Jones, Mampala, Ouzounidis.

Everton 3 - 2 Wolverhampton Wanderers

U18 Premier League North, Game #22
Saturday 4 March 2017
Finch Farm

Everton U18s took on Wolverhampton Wanderers at USM Finch Farm on Saturday morning and came from behind to win 3-2 in the last minute.

Kevin Sheedy's young Blues raced into a three-minute lead thanks to Tom Scully's well-taken right-footed effort, but the visitors found themselves ahead with goals either side of the break.

Korede Adedoyin bundled home from close range to level the game at 2-2 midway through the second half, before Daniel Bramall cut in off the left and his deflected shot looped over the goalkeeper to clinch victory with 60 seconds of play remaining.

This was their final game in the regional phase of the U-18 Premier League competition this season where they will finish 5th in the North Division.

Teams finishing 5th to 8th in both North and South then peel off into the Second Tier Group for the rest of the season, while the top four become the First Tier Group and compete for the title.

Everton U18s: Pierce, N Baxter, Harrington, Collins, Moore, Scully, Denny, Duke-McKenna (60' Gordon), Virtanen (45' Morris), Bramall, Adedoyin.
Subs not Used: Jones, Warren, Kerr.


League Table ― North Group

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 (C) Manchester City 22 17 4 1 70 22 +48 55
2 Manchester United 22 14 4 4 63 31 +32 46
3 Liverpool 22 14 4 4 50 33 +17 46
4 Blackburn Rovers 22 13 5 4 40 27 +13 44
5 Everton 22 11 6 5 49 35 +14 39
6 Derby County 22 10 2 10 38 45 -7 32
7 Middlesbrough 22 7 3 12 33 40 -7 24
8 Stoke City 22 7 2 13 34 49 -15 23
9 Newcastle United 22 6 4 12 25 43 -18 22
10 West Brom 22 4 6 12 29 42 -13 18
11 Sunderland 22 3 4 15 23 55 -32 13
12 Wolves 22 2 4 16 30 62 -32 10

Key:
Assured of First place
Qualified for Tier 1 Group
Qualified for Tier 2 Group
Qualified for Tier 3 Group 


Everton 2 - 1 Middlesbrough

U18 Premier League 2nd Tier, Game #1
Saturday 11 March 2017
Finch Farm

Everton U18s missed out on the Tier One split and start the rest of the season with seven other sides in the Tier Two group, the first visitors being Middlesbrough who went down to a 2-1 defeat at Finch Farm today.

The young Blues opened the scoring on 25 minutes when Jack Kiersey turned home a rebound from close range. Kevin Sheedy's side continued on the front foot into the second period but, despite their dominance, spurned a few half chances to double their advantage.

A second eventually came two minutes from time when winger Daniel Bramall latched on to a long ball and finished with aplomb into the bottom corner. The visitors pulled a goal back deep into stoppage time, but it proved little more than a consolation.

Everton U18s: Pierce, Morris (46' Duke-McKenna), Harrington, Denny, Lees, N Baxter, Bramall, Kiersey, Adedoyin, Scully (66' Virtanen), Moore.
Subs not Used: Jones, Mampala, Gordon.


Derby County 3 - 0 Everton

U18 Premier League 2nd Tier, Game #2
Saturday 18 March 2017
Moor Farm

Everton U18s suffered a 3-0 reverse at the hands of Derby County on Saturday.

Everton U18s: Pierce, Morris [Y], Moore, Scully, N Baxter, Lees, Bramall, Denny, Adedoyin, Gordon (74' Mampala), Duke-McKenna.
Subs not Used: Jones, Kerr, Ouzounidis.


Everton 0 - 3 Fulham

U18 Premier League 2nd Tier, Game #3
Tuesday 22 March 2017
Finch Farm

Everton Under-18s were beaten 3-0 by Fulham at Goodison Park on Wednesday afternoon in a match brought forward because of Everton's trip to the Dallas Cup in April.

Fulham opened the scoring after the interval and went on to notch up three goals as the young Blues continue to struggle with life in Tier Two.

Everton: Pierce, Morris, Moore, Lees, Baxter (7' Gordon, (58' Virtanen)), Denny, Scully, Bramall, Kiersey, Duke-McKenna, Adedoyin (68' Mampala).
Subs not used: Jones, Kerr.


Aston Villa 1 - 0 Everton

U18 Premier League 2nd Tier, Game #4
Tuesday 1 April 2017
Bodymoor Heath

Everton Under-18s were beaten by a solitary goal at Aston Villa on Saturday.

A quickly-taken free-kick in the 55th minute proved to be decisive as the youngsters side were edged out in their last fixture before heading to the Dallas Cup.

But the Blues lacked the cutting edge to break through against the Villains.

Everton U18s: Pierce, Morris, Harrington, Collins, Moore, Denny, Scully (60' Mampala), Warren (73' Ouzounidis), Duke-McKenna, Virtanen, Adedoyin (65' Gordon).
Subs not Used: Jones, John.

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Under-18 Appearances, 2016-17

Player Apps (Sub) Goals
 Daniel Bramall 25 (0)  6
 Ryan Harrington 23 (0)  1
 Alex Denny 19 (2)  1
 Callum Lees 19 (0)  2
 Nathan Moore 18 (2)  0
 Jack Kiersey 18 (0)  5
 Liam Morris 16 (1)  1
 Shayne Lavery 16 (0)  8
 Chris Renshaw 15 (0)  0
 Fraser Hornby 14 (3)  12
 Michael Collins 13 (1)  0
 Thomas Scully 11 (2)  2
 Ben Pierce 11 (0)  0
 Stephen Duke-McKenna 10 (10)  0
 Nathan Baxter 9 (0)  0
 Korede Adedoyin 8 (1)  3
 Manasse Mampala 7 (7)  2
 Beni Baningime 7 (0)  0
 Anthony Evans 6 (0)  5
 Morgan Fenney 6 (0)  0
 Anthony Gordon 3 (4)  0
 Kyle John 3 (0)  0
 Miko Virtanen 2 (6)  1
 Con Ouzounidis 2 (2)  0
 George Withe 2 (1)  0
 Charlie Ball 1 (7)  1
 Tom Warren 1 (1)  0
 Jordan Corke 1 (0)  0
 Sid Kerr 0 (2)  0
 Elliot Richards 0 (1)  0
 Aaron Jones 0 (0)  0
 Jack Bainbridge 0 (0)  0
 Matthew Johnson 0 (0)  0
 Michael Donohue 0 (0)  0
 Tyronne Duffus 0 (0)  0
 Jamie Mellen 0 (0)  0
 Josef Yarney 0 (0)  0
 Joe Hilton 0 (0)  0
 Thomas Scott 0 (0)  0

2016-17 Friendlies

 Daniel Bramall 25 (0)  6
 Ryan Harrington 23 (0)  1
 Alex Denny 19 (2)  1
 Callum Lees 19 (0)  2
 Nathan Moore 18 (2)  0
 Jack Kiersey 18 (0)  5
 Liam Morris 16 (1)  1
 Shayne Lavery 16 (0)  8
 Chris Renshaw 15 (0)  0
 Fraser Hornby 14 (3)  12
 Michael Collins 13 (1)  0
 Thomas Scully 11 (2)  2
 Ben Pierce 11 (0)  0
 Stephen Duke-McKenna 10 (10)  0
 Nathan Baxter 9 (0)  0
 Korede Adedoyin 8 (1)  3
 Manasse Mampala 7 (7)  2
 Beni Baningime 7 (0)  0
 Anthony Evans 6 (0)  5
 Morgan Fenney 6 (0)  0
 Anthony Gordon 3 (4)  0
 Kyle John 3 (0)  0
 Miko Virtanen 2 (6)  1
 Con Ouzounidis 2 (2)  0
 George Withe 2 (1)  0
 Charlie Ball 1 (7)  1
 Tom Warren 1 (1)  0
 Jordan Corke 1 (0)  0
 Sid Kerr 0 (2)  0
 Elliot Richards 0 (1)  0
 Aaron Jones 0 (0)  0
 Jack Bainbridge 0 (0)  0
 Matthew Johnson 0 (0)  0
 Michael Donohue 0 (0)  0
 Tyronne Duffus 0 (0)  0
 Jamie Mellen 0 (0)  0
 Josef Yarney 0 (0)  0
 Joe Hilton 0 (0)  0
 Thomas Scott 0 (0)  0
     

Everton vs Team

Round
Thursday 21 July 2016
Venue


Everton Under-18 Squad Page at TransferMarket.co.uk

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