A blank for U18s at Lydney

A shut-out for our U18s…

Harriers U18s will need to rediscover their shooting boots to get their MYFL season back on track, according to Head Coach Scott Mason.

The Floodlit team were beaten 1-0 at home to Lydney on Thursday evening.

The set-back – delivered thanks to an own goal early in the second half – was the team’s second straight 1-0 league defeat, with a heavy League Cup loss in between.

That’s a stark contrast from the team’s early season form that saw them win their first four matches.

Mason said: “It wasn’t a bad performance but in all honesty we just didn’t do enough.

“…we need to get back to being clinical in front of goal…”   Scott Mason

“We got punished for the goal and, at the other end, really didn’t test their goalkeeper during the game.

“That’s three games without scoring now which had been unlike us this season so we need to get back to being clinical in front of goal, but we’ll go against Cindeford in our next game.”

That trip to Cindeford is on Thursday, 19 October at 7:45pm.

This article is about: Academy, Youth


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