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Kick off 11:00 (UK)

18 November 2017 Venue Bishop Burton College Attendance

Kick off 11:00 (UK)

Hull City U18
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Huddersfield Town U18
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17 November 2017

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Leigh Bromby’s side in Professional Development League action

- Under-18s in action on Saturday morning
- Leigh Bromby's youngsters travel to Hull City
- Follow updates on Twitter from 11am

Huddersfield Town’s Under-18 side is back in Professional Development League action on Saturday morning.

Professional Development Coach Leigh Bromby’s young side travels to Hull City to take on the Tigers in an 11am kick-off at Bishop Burton College (HU17 8QG).

The Terriers enter the game placed second in the U18 PDL table with 21 points from the first 13 games of the season, level on points with league leaders Nottingham Forest with an inferior goal difference.

Town come into the game on the back of a 2-2 draw in a West Yorkshire derby against Leeds United at PPG Canalside last weekend; watch highlights of the game below via #HTTV!

Hull City, led by Richard Naylor and Richard O’Donnell, enter the game on sixth with 19 points from 12 games.

Don’t forget that you can follow team news and live updates from the game on the Town Academy’s official Twitter account, @htafcacademy.

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18 November 2017

Bromby's side win at Hull

- Danaher secures 1-0 victory for Young Terriers
- Second-half effort sends Town top
- Mewitt saves first-half penalty with scores at 0-0

George Danaher's second-half strike handed Leigh Bromby's Under 18 side another three points in the Professional Development League in the East Yorkshire against Hull City.

Despite Danaher being the goal-scoring hero, goalkeeper Luke Mewitt also ensured that Town came away with maximum points after producing a first-half penalty save to deny the Tigers an opener.

The victory means that Bromby's outfit return to the summit of the Professional Development League.

You can watch highlights of the win on HTTV next week.

Luke Mewitt; Mason O'Malley, Sam Gibson (Jordan Eli, 46'), Oran Thompson (c)(Tom Bamford, 65'), Ben Jackson; Scott High, Isaac Marriott (Dahomey Raymond, 46'); Matty Daly, George Danaher, Dom Tear; Micah Obiero

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