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15 October 2018 Venue Wetherby Road Attendance

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Harrogate Town
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Huddersfield Town

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LIVE STREAM OF U19s AT HARROGATE TOWN TONIGHT

15 October 2018

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Watch the Young Terriers in person or on #HTTV

- Under-19s in action at Harrogate Town on Monday evening
- You can watch Mark Hudson’s team in action from 7pm
- If you can’t make it, watch the game LIVE for FREE on YouTube!

Huddersfield Town’s Under-19 side is back in action at Harrogate Town on Monday evening – and you can watch the game LIVE for FREE on Town’s YouTube channel, #HTTV!

Mark Hudson’s Young Terriers will take on a side from the Vanarama National League high-flyers at the CNG Stadium in Harrogate, with admission priced at just £3 for adults and £1 for Under-16s for the 7pm kick-off.

If you cannot make it over to Harrogate for the game, you can watch it LIVE for FREE on #HTTV, Town’s official channel on YouTube. Simply head over to youtube.com/officialhtafc to watch the full 90 minutes!

Thanks once again to our friends at Proper Sport for making the stream possible.

The game promises to be just the kind of test that Mark Hudson will want for the Young Terriers against a good senior side from the highest level of non-league football.

Having turned professional ahead of last season, Harrogate – managed by Simon Weaver – went on to gain promotion via the Vanarama National League North Play-Offs and sat just one point behind leaders Salford City in the National League table going into the weekend.

This test comes on the back of a very competitive 2-2 draw against a Rochdale side at PPG Canalside earlier this week, with stunning strikes from Aaron Rowe and captain Scott High pulling Hudson’s team back from two goals down.

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Match Reports

REPORT: TOWN U19S DEFEATED AT HARROGATE

15 October 2018

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Tear on target as Young Terriers defeated

- Mark Hudson’s Young Terriers face Harrogate Town
- Early goal from Tear cancelled out as Town lose out 3-1
- Take a look at Dom Tear’s goal below

Mark Hudson’s Under-19 side played some good football in stages but were condemned to a 3-1 defeat to National League side Harrogate Town.

Mark Hudson made just one alteration to the side that drew with Rochdale earlier in the week as Olly Dyson was introduced in place of Demeaco Duhaney, as forward Kit Elliott got proceedings underway at Harrogate’s CNG Stadium on a cool October evening.

Town started brightly and found themselves in the lead inside the opening five minutes. Isaac Marriott moved the ball across the midfield to right-back Ben Jackson who played a terrific ball to Olly Dyson down the right flank.

Dyson got to the byline and showed some terrific strength to lose his marker with a neat change of direction before squaring the ball to last Season’s Academy Player of the Year, Dom Tear who finished with a placed effort.

It was a good start from Mark Hudson’s side who were sticking to their game plan, playing the ball out of defence and working it into some smart positions in the final third.

Thewlis had already had a goal disallowed for offside earlier in the game and this time saw his run in behind rewarded with the Harrogate equaliser as he broke through the Town defensive line and squared it to one of the trialists to fire in the equaliser.

Harrogate very nearly got their second soon after from a set-piece as Town were caught holding a high defensive line from the free-kick and were nearly caught out by a trialist, following an initial knock down header across goal.

The Harrogate attack was posing a good physical challenge for the Town defence up against the tall figure of former Carlisle and Falkirk frontman Mark Beck.

He would create the next chance for Harrogate as he flicked the ball on and send Agnew one-on-one, but his effort was denied by a strong save from Luke Mewitt in the Town goal.

The third goal of the game did arrive shortly just before half-time as Haswell showed some good persistence to chase down a lost cause and hook the ball back to another one of the Harrogate trialists to head in at the near post.

It was much the same in the early stages of the second-half as Luke Mewitt was forced into another save to deny Mark Beck’s header diving low to his left.

Town started to rally and create a couple of chance thanks to some good play in possession. The most dangerous of which saw the ball worked towards Harry Spratt on the left who in turn crossed to Kit Elliott at the far post who wasn’t able to make clean contact on the stretch.

Aaron Rowe was next to go close for Town as Hudson’s side continued to grow into the game. Rowe picked up the ball on the edge of the area and fired from range, but his effort rebounded off his own man and went out for a goal kick.

Mark Beck was then to get Harrogate’s third and final goal of the evening to seal the win as he headed home a looped free-kick from the left.

Town's Starting Line-Up (4-2-3-1):
Luke Mewitt; Harry Spratt (Mason O’Malley, 65’), Romoney Crichlow-Noble, Rarmani Edmonds-Green, Ben Jackson; Scott High (c), Isaac Marriott; Dom Tear, Aaron Rowe (Micah Obiero, 71’), Olly Dyson (Jake Barrett, 65’); Kit Elliott

Unused Subs:
Gabriel Rosario, Sam Gibson

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