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03 December 2018 Venue Insfield Stadium Attendance

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Ossett United
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Huddersfield Town

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Substitutes

Manager

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3-5-1-1
  • 1
    Luke Mewitt
    GK
  • 2
    Demeaco Duhaney
    DF
  • 3
    Harry Spratt
    DF
  • 4
    Romoney Crichlow-Noble
    DF
  • 5
    Rarmani Edmonds-Green (C)
    DF
  • 6
    Jake Barrett
    DF
  • 7
    Olly Dyson
    MF
  • 8
    Isaac Marriott
    MF
  • 9
    Ben Mills
    FW
  • 10
    George Danaher
    MF
  • 11
    Dom Tear
    MF

Substitutes

  • 12
    Sam Gibson
    SUB
  • 13
    Gabriel Rosario
    SUB
  • 14
    Oran Thompson
    SUB
  • 16
    Dahomey Raymond
    SUB

Manager

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    Mark Hudson

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Match Previews

U19sFACE OSSETT UNITED ON MONDAY

2 December 2018

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Young Terriers travel to face Ossett United

- Town’s U19s in action on Monday evening
- Hudson’s side face the Evo-Stik East side Ossett United
- Kick-off 7.30pm at the Ingfield Stadium

Mark Hudson takes Town’s Under-19s to the Ingfield Stadium to face Ossett United on Monday 3 December 2018.

The game kicks off at 7.30pm and pits the Young Terriers up against the side placed 10th in the Evo-Stik East Division.

Supporters will be able to attend the game in Ossett with admission priced as follows:

£5 Adults
£3 Concessions
£1 Under-16s

Stadium Address:
Ingfield Stadium, Prospect Road, Ossett, WF5 9HA

Monday’s game is the latest instalment of the bespoke games programme set out for the Young Terriers, whose last scheduled game against Gainsborough Trinity on Tuesday 27 November was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Town’s last game at this age came against Norwegian side Drammen FK ending in a 3-1 defeat for the Young Terriers at PPG Canalside.

You’ll be able to follow goal updates from the game at Ossett over the Club’s designated Academy Twitter account; @htafcacademy.

This will be the second game in three days for Town’s Academy, with the John Smith’s Stadium playing host to Peterborough Utd on Wednesday 4 November 2018 in the FA Youth Cup. It will be FREE entry for all supporters attending that game (Under-14s must be accompanied by an Adult).

Club News

FA YOUTH CUP R3 DETAILS 2018

5 December 2018

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Match Reports

REPORT: OSSETT UTD 3-1 TOWN U19s

4 December 2018

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Good test for the Young Terriers

- Huddersfield Town Under-19s defeated by Ossett United
- Good test against several senior players for the Young Terriers
- Winger Olly Dyson scored Town’s goal before half-time

Mark Hudson’s Under-19 side received a good test against another senior non-league side in Ossett United on Monday evening.

Missing several regulars in preparation for the FA Youth Cup tie against Peterborough United at the John Smith’s Stadium on Wednesday evening, Hudson fielded his team in a new-look formation akin to that of the First Team in recent weeks.

Hudson wants his players to become accustomed to the physical challenges of men’s football and that was certainly the case in the opening 10 minutes, when physio Jon Worthington was called on to treat goalkeeper Luke Mewitt and centre back Jake Barrett after heavy collisions.

Town soon created the first chance of the game when the Ossett goalkeeper fluffed a clearance straight to attacker George Danaher. Unfortunately for the Young Terriers, Danaher’s resulting shot was too close to the custodian.

Ossett’s first shot was an effort from range after 20 minutes, but they soon opened the scoring through striker Tom Corner. Centre back Romoney Crichlow-Noble hesitated for a second in defence, allowing Corner to secure possession before slotting the ball past Mewitt.

That buoyed the home side and their next effort required Mewitt to pull off a diving save; he recovered well enough to force the forward to put the follow-up wide.

United doubled their advantage through Corner’s second goal with around five minutes of the first-half remaining. He connected well with a free kick delivered from out wide, volleying the ball past Mewitt.

However, winger Olly Dyson got the Young Terriers back in the game on the stroke of the interval. Having received the ball in a tight area, Olly spread the play to left wing-back Harry Spratt and got into the area to latch onto the resulting cross. Although the ‘keeper saved his first effort, Dyson was on hand to place the rebound home.

The second 45 minutes was a real battle, but with only a few moments of real quality. Town’s best chances to level came towards the end of the game, with Demeaco Duhaney shooting straight at the ‘keeper after receiving a pass from Dyson and Olly himself firing just wide from a great position, having received a threaded pass from substitute Sam Gibson.

In the end, it was Ossett who put the game to bed in the final seconds when Tom Greaves intercepted a poor back-pass from Rarmani Edmonds-Green to score.

Town’s team (3-5-1-1)
Luke Mewitt; Romoney Crichlow-Noble, Jake Barrett, Rarmani Edmonds-Green (c); Harry Spratt, Dom Tear, Isaac Marriott, Olly Dyson, Demeaco Duhaney; George Danaher; Ben Mills (Sam Gibson, 78’)

Unused subs
Gabriel Rosario, Oran Thompson, Dahomey Raymond

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