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COVENTRY UNDER 18s - EVERYWHERE
Discussion started by Paul Ingleston (IP Logged), 23 February, 2020 09:16
Paul Ingleston
Paul Ingleston
23 February, 2020 09:16
Good morning All, from a murky but dry Penzance. Just wanted to highlight what a fantastic day it could be for Coventry Under 18s. If you are able to, please come and give our, possibly, future players your support.


Coventry Under 18s v Lambs (Independent Schools)

Team 23rd February 2020, 11am -BPA

1. E.Isaac
2. A.Rayworth-Brook
3. T. Parker
4. M.Foxon
5. B.Barwick
6. P. Grace
7. L. Hall
8. H. Mair
9. E. Das-Gupta
10. J. Brock
11. C. Gray
12. T. Simms
13. L. Mellor
14. K. Gayle
15. O. Parker

Replacements: 16. W. Ecleston, 17. H Jones 18. K. Marks 19. J. Fellows 20. A. Brown
21. D. Remmington 22. T. Bennett-Alcock 23. G. Paul. 24. M. Kelly-G 25. C. Stacey
26. J. Fadoju

More Recognition for Coventry Under 18s

Unavailable today for today’s BPA match are Aquil Attah, Chris Romano, Ed Righton, Aaron Clifford, Dan Price, Louis James , Ben Harrison and Sam Everett. These Cov youngsters are in The Midlands Under 18s Aspirational Trial game today, starting in the side, but also in the squad are Sam Bayliss, James Crabtree and Theo Mostert .
Sam Everett will be captaining the Midlands Under 18s v London South East Under 18s as they clash at Warwick School (kickoff 13.15) in the next stage of representative Under 18 Aspirational Trial Programme.
Massive congratulations and good luck to you all.

Paul Ingleston
Paul Ingleston
23 February, 2020 13:30
Just to update you. Coventry Under 18s beat Lambs 17-5 at the BPA this morning. No details on scorers, will hope to get information later this week.

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AdminBTCov
23 February, 2020 14:58
That sounds like a cracking scoreline considering how many of the lads were unavailable.
Strength in depth from 17 (16?) Up?
Well done all.

HoboAl
HoboAl
23 February, 2020 20:05
It was a game contested fairly with commitment and endeavor by both sides. Because of the awful conditions handling suffered for both sides which made the game scrappy. But you could see both sets of lads were trying to be positive and creative.

I am glad I made the effort to get down to the BPA and watch, but I had to leave straight after due to a tight schedule. The recently formed Cov u/18's showed plenty of cohesion and did the shirt proud. Gwan Cov!

Mick J Shaw
Mick J Shaw
24 February, 2020 14:57
A really enjoyable game with some really talented players on both sides in difficult conditions.
3 or 4 of the Lambs players looked very good,would love to see the Lambs play again sometime. Well done to both sides


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