Come down and support the young Terriers
- Huddersfield Town Under-18s host Hull City on Saturday morning
- Tony Carss' side looking to bounce back from last weekend’s loss at Sheffield United
- Follow the goals on Town's Twitter account
Tony Carss’ Town Under-18 side will look to get back to winning ways when Hull City visits PPG Canalside in the Professional Development League 2 on Saturday morning.
The young Terriers were defeated 2-1 at Sheffield United in the latest PDL2 game last Saturday, with Town's only goal coming from Cedwyn Scott; highlights are below courtesy of HTTV
Tony Carss’ young team has accumulated 12 points from its opening 10 games of the PDL2 season, whilst weekend opposition Hull – led by Billy Russell and Richard O’Donnell – has won one of its last seven games and has the worst goal-scoring record in the division.
Click HERE to look at the latest U18 bulletin from the Premier League, which includes up to date tables, fixtures and results.
Saturday’s game against Hull will be played on the pitch over the canal, with kick-off scheduled for 11am. You can keep up to date with the score-line via Town’s Twitter account, @htafcdotcom
The Professional Development League 2 is split into two regional divisions; North and South. Teams play each team in their own division twice and the other division once. The top two teams from each region meet then meet in the Play-Offs to determine the overall PDL2 champion.