Youth Cup Tonight across the canal

Lets have a good following tonight across the canal, for the FA Youth Cup, they haven’t scored at home yet, long may it continue.<br>On their website they are saying lets have a bigger gate than our home games.<br>They forget that theirs as fallen from 1300 down to 700+ for their last game<br>Come on boys lets get stuck in and show them how to score goals<br>All the best to Neil and his team [smiley=banane.gif] [smiley=applause_smiley.gif] <br>7-30pm kick off and according to GE it is ?2 with ?1 concessions

Completely forgot about this one!! Have now got a prior engagement to try and re-arrange (for the second time this week, as have already moved it from tomorrow night!!).<br><br>Len is spot on, lets try and get some numbers over there. Will see you there if i can make it.

A great win for Youth team tonight against them across the canal 3 - 2, a great performance even though they scored their 1st goal at home this season.<br>But they still haven’t won at home yet<br>Well done to Neil and the boys [smiley=applause_smiley.gif] [smiley=banane.gif]

Well done lads, any win over the slimy green toads will do for me [smiley=banane.gif] [smiley=banane.gif]<br><br>ps when will we see youth and reserves fixtures on the web site ?

:wink: Here’s the match report from a NVFC perspective:-<br><br>Northwich Victoria 2 Witton Albion (F.A.Y.C) 3<br><br>11/09/06 <br><br>FA YOUTH CUP<br><br>In an exciting FA Youth Cup tie Vics lost to the odd goal in five in an end to end match with lots of goalmouth action.<br><br>Vics got off to a dream start when Tom Rutter headed home a 2nd min goal. But after missing several good chances and having two what looked like blatent penalty appeals turned down the home side started to loose its way a little especially after centre half Gareth Evans was carried off with a supported broken ankle.<br><br>Hind equalised for Witton in the 25th min and Davenport added two more in the 23rd and 75th.<br><br>Rutter pulled a goal back from the penalty spot in the 87th after he had been pulled back but try as they may they could not force an equaliser.<br><br>Although defeated John McCarthy can take a lot of credit from his teams performance as it was the first time they had played together, whereas the Witton side competes in the Mid Cheshire League and apart from our own Tom Rutter is the Mid-Cheshire Youth representative side en bloc<br><br>Attendance: 162 Man of the match: Tom Rutter<br><br>P.S. Witton Albion Youth now play - in a fortnight’s time - the winners of the Burscough v Lancaster City game being played this Wednesday night. <br>

Don’t the Vics team play and train together full time at Mid Cheshire College?<br><br>Great result boys against the lizards. Well Done to all!<br><br>