Thursday, 9 October 2014


Enfield Town u21s entertained their counterparts from AFC Hornchurch on Wednesday evening at Donkey Lane in a Ryman Leauge u21 North Division game and they put on a decent performance to record a 4-1 win. It was the first time The Cold End has seen the u21's in action this season and I can safely say there are some really promising players in the current crop of youngsters representing the club.

Napier Brown (7) put in a decent shift for the Town last night as did midfielder James Winchester (orange boots)
Midfielder Andrew Folan was hard working and can pick a pass, central defender Issac Nkosi also impressed along with another midfielder James Winchester who played for the team in the 2012/13 campaign. The man of the match for me was Napier Brown who showed a real turn of pace and skill on the right wing and was a constant threat to The Urchins back line. It was Brown's cross field pass which set up Anton Johnson to score Town's second goal and he got a deserved goal late on in the game as well. Winchester got Town's third with a confident low drilled shot from the edge of the box.

including all five goals scored 

Enfield Town u21s
Ollie Leslie, Max Harrowell, Richard Bryan, Andrew Folan, Tsvetan Chahov, Isaac Nkosi, Napier Brown, James Winchester, Dernell Wynter, Davey Evans, Anton Johnson. 
Subs - Kolye Chahov, Gabby Adelawo, Kenan Gokcimen.

AFC Hornchurch u21s 
Joe Bowles, Will King, Curtley Yates, Jake Piper, Sam Burton, Sam Dickens, Frankie Holland, Bobby Moorton, Billy Pearce, Joe Scott, Ross Damrell. 
Subs - Giani Ashley, Charley Reep, Ryan Mallett.

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