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Everton U18s 8 - 0 Newcastle Utd U18s

Everton U18s wrapped up their season in the U18 Premier League with a massive home win at Finch Farm against Newcastle Utd.

Not too many surprises in the line-up, other than a new unnamed trialist goalkeeper on the bench.

Joel Catesby got Everton off to a great start, scoring inside the first 10 minutes.

Harvey Foster got the second goal and Everton were 3-0 up approaching half-time thanks to Jacob Beaumont-Clark.

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More goals came in the second half, from Josh van Schoor (2) and Catesby getting his second.

After George Pickford made way for the unnamed trialist, George Finney and Matthew Apter added two late goals to complete the rout and end the season on a huge high for the Young Blues.

Everton U18s: G Pickford (82' Trailist), Finney [Y:24'], Van Schoor, O Samuels-Smith (64' Lambert), Moonan, Thomas, Beaumont-Clark (82' Apter), Foster [Y:67'], Catesby (64' Roberts), Bates [Y:70], Wren (64' Stewart).

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Mike Hayes
1 Posted 18/05/2024 at 13:57:29
Nice early scoreline - fingers crossed they keep it up 💙
Mike Hayes
2 Posted 18/05/2024 at 14:17:56
Hmm I seem to have given them some luck 🥳💙
Mike Hayes
3 Posted 18/05/2024 at 15:29:08
Wow, what a great scoreline!

I hope the first team were watching - nice end to the season for them. 🥳🥂🍾💙

Michael Kenrick
4 Posted 18/05/2024 at 15:59:29
Seems the trialist goalkeeper goes by the name of:

Goodness Gospel-Eze

I kid you not. Each save is a divine intervention.

Paul Birmingham
5 Posted 18/05/2024 at 16:06:44
Great finish to the season, and to beat the Skunks!
Edward Rogers
6 Posted 22/05/2024 at 12:47:43
Still no sign of Ebere or Sherif?
Michael Kenrick
7 Posted 22/05/2024 at 15:03:23

Good question. The last U18s game they played in was at Leeds in early March. Ebere got a hat-trick but both players were subbed.

Coby Ebere was a sub for the next U21s game against Wolves in mid-March but since then, no sign of either player in the Academy line-ups.

Hopefully they're not injured!

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