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UNDER-18S: UNITED 0 ARSENAL 3

Under-18 Premier League Merit Group | J. Davidson Stadium | Scorers: Willock 15, 74, Fortune 90+5

Arsenal's Joe Willlock, brother of Manchester United's Matty, struck a double and Yassin Fortune added a third to condemn the Reds to a home defeat and end any outside hopes of the Under-18 Premier League title.


The Reds lost George Tanner in the warm-up to a calf strain, with Jake Barrett taking his place at right-back, and the bad luck continued when the match got under way.

Callum Gribbin cut across an effort that flew wide as he looked to build on his six goals in six appearances at this level in 2016/17, before visiting keeper Joao Virginia proved his worth. The Portuguese youngster made a great stop to thwart Nishan Burkart, when Jake Kenyon whipped in a cross, before denying Ethan Hamilton.

Gribbin released Zak Dearnley, only for Virginia to dive to save well, and, moments later, the Gunners scored very much against the run of play. A long ball through the middle exposed the United defence and Willock shot low past Theo Richardson.

Eddie Nketiah volleyed a great chance over the top after more indecisive defending and Donyell Malen shot off target following a forceful run as the Reds were rocked. However, the Londoners continued to give possession away cheaply in their own half, even if Dearnley was unable to capitalise with Virginia making a comfortable stop.

Burkart really should have levelled just before the break but he could not keep his close-range effort down, after some fine work down the flank by Hamilton. Scottish midfielder Hamilton tried his luck himself after the interval but his shot curled inches wide from outside the box.

Arsenal grew in confidence as the second half wore on with Kenyon forced into two outstanding pieces of defending, getting back to rob Malen and making a vital goalline clearance. Malen also miskicked a clear chance and it was no great surprise when Willock latched onto a Nketiah pass and shrugged off Tyrell Warren, before firing through Richardson's legs at his near post.

Reiss Nelson and Vlad Dragomir forced Richardson into making decent saves, as United struggled to mount a comeback, but the keeper had no chance when Fortune ran onto a pass by Willock to steer in an injury-time third.

James Garner did get off the bench to make his Under-18s debut and the Reds have one match left, against Blackburn Rovers, a week on Friday, while the Gunners can still catch Chelsea at the top of the division.

United: Richardson; Barrett, Warren, Dunne, Kenyon; Whelan, Hamilton; Bohui, Gribbin, Dearnley (Makela 80); Burkart (Garner 54). Subs not used: Fojticek, Spratt.

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Under-18s: Manchester United 2 Blackburn 4

Under-18 Premier League Merit Group | J. Davidson Stadium | Scorers: Hamilton 33, 73; Evans 35, Lynch 45, Paton 55, Thompson 81

Manchester United's Under-18s brought down the curtain on the 2016/2017 league season with a home defeat to Blackburn Rovers, albeit a richly entertaining one, at Altrincham on Friday evening.

Both teams gave their all in a non-stop match that continually swung from one end of the field to the other. After six goals were scored, it was Rovers who took all three points, but there were few people at the game who could honestly say that they hadnít enjoyed a thrilling contest.

There can be no doubting that the Under-18s, under the watchful eyes of Kieran McKenna, Colin Little and the other Academy backroom staff, have enjoyed a reasonably successful and enjoyable season. And whilst there was nothing tangible to celebrate at the end of a long campaign, they can look back with considerable satisfaction on a list of fixtures that provided their loyal band of supporters with a string of attractive performances that were decorated with plenty of goals.

Remarkably, during the regular league season, McKenna's side managed to score three goals three times, four goals on four occasions and five goals in five matches. A total of 63 strikes in 22 matches is a very good return and it is no surprise that the Reds completed the season as runners-up in the title race.

This Merit Group One match between United and Blackburn was the clubs' third meeting of the season at Under-18 level and could be described as the Ďdeciderí after each team had registered a victory earlier in the season. The Reds won 4-1 at the Aon Training Complex, before Rovers turned the tables at their Brockhall base with a 3-2 triumph.

There were a good number of supporters seated in the main stand at the J. Davidson Stadium as the game started on a pleasant evening in Altrincham. Early chances fell to Unitedís Indy Boonen, who shot wide, and Roversí Brad Lynch who saw his attempt saved by Redsí keeper Theo Richardson. United looked certain to take the lead in the 22nd minute, when Ethan Hamilton found Luca Ercolani in space, but the defenderís header went wide.

This may have been the final game of the season for both teams, but neither set of players looked as though they were dreaming of spending time on the beach for it was definitely a keenly-fought encounter. Roversí Ben Paton was thwarted by Richardson and seconds later Boonen suffered the same fate when Matthew Campbell pulled off a fine save.

The game suddenly burst into goalscoring action in the run up to half-time with both teams finding the net in the space of two minutes. Hamilton put United in front, in the 33rd minute, after Campbell had parried a shot from Darren McIntosh-Buffonge, but straight away Rovers drew level with a terrific shot from Jack Evans.

Nishan Burkart had the ball in the net shortly afterwards but his Ďgoalí was adjudged to be offside. Rovers then moved into the lead on the stroke of half-time when Lewis Thompson, formerly at Unitedís Academy, crossed for Brad Lynch to head home.

Ten minutes into the second half and United fell further behind when Ben Paton cracked home an unstoppable shot after collecting Lynchís pass.

Dion McGhee, making his first appearance for the Reds' Under-18 side, almost marked the occasion with a goal, but his shot brushed the side-netting.

United reduced the arrears to 2-3 in the 73rd minute when Hamilton cracked home a terrific left-foot shot from outside the area. However, Rovers had their two-goal cushion restored with nine minutes remaining when Thompson beat Richardson with another long-range effort.

United: Richardson; Tanner, Ercolani, Barrett (Garner 57), Spratt (Williams 81); Whelan, Hamilton; Dearnley, McIntosh-Buffonge (McGhee 57), Boonen; Burkart. Substitutes not used: FojtŪček, Levitt.


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Gomes makes United youth award history

Angel Gomes has become the youngest-ever winner of the Jimmy Murphy Youth Team Player of the Year trophy at Manchester United.


The prodigious talent, who would have been captaining England's Under-17s in the European Championship finals this week but for injury, was joint-leading scorer for Kieran McKenna's vibrant Academy side. With 12 goals in 19 starts, he was at the hub of most of the Reds' attacking play, racking up a number of assists as well, and is definitely one to watch.

Gomes, who can operate in the no.10 role, is only 16 and therefore still eligible to play in McKenna's team next season and another crack at the FA Youth Cup. He has sparkled when previously coming through the schoolboy ranks at United and he appears to have an extremely bright future ahead of him.

The London-born prospect received more than 77 per cent of the votes cast on ManUtd.com, finishing ahead of fellow nominees Callum Whelan and Lee O'Connor.

After being presented with the award at Thursday's ceremony at Old Trafford, Gomes told MUTV: "It's a dream come true. Being a young age, it's things like this you wish for. All the hard work you put in at the training ground - this is the end result.

"I've missed a lot of the last two months through injury and the other lads have been consistent, so when I heard my name get called out, it was quite a surprise and a real honour."

JIMMY MURPHY AWARD - YOUNGEST WINNERS
Angel Gomes is the first 16-year-old to land the prize in its 27-year history. The first recipient of the trophy, Lee Martin, is the oldest man to lift it, as he was aged 22 back in 1990. Since then, seven 17-year-olds have emerged victorious with Norwegian teenager Mats Daehli being the previous youngest winner in 2012.

Remarkably, Gomes was born on the cut-off date for the Academy year and, if he celebrated his birthday a day later, he would still be eligible for another two years at Under-18 level. Lee O'Connor would also have been the first 16-year-old to win the award had he come out on top in the ManUtd.com poll.

Angel Gomes - 16 years, 9 months - 2017
Mats Daehli - 17 years, 2 months -2012
Will Keane - 17 years, 4 months - 2010
Phil Neville - 17 years, 4 months - 1994
Axel Tuanzebe - 17 years, 6 months - 2015
Ryan Giggs - 17 years, 6 months - 1991
Danny Welbeck - 17 years, 6 months - 2008
Federico Macheda - 17 years, 9 months - 2009


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