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Hallam ‘s Under 19’s sit atop the Worksop Van Hire North Midlands Development Football League this morning ( 25th October) after coming from behind to clinch a thrilling 3-2 win at Sheffield Fc Under 19’s, writes Anne Holland for the Hallam FC website.
The young Countrymen enjoy a one-point advantage over Sheffield United Under-19’s-having played a game fewer- but had to battle to clinch the three points in Dronfield.
Charlie Cope levelled the score up at 1-1 just before the half time whistle, and Alex McIllvaney put the visitors in front just after the break. Cope scored again to increase Hallam’s advantage to 3-1, and despite a late penalty for the home side, the Countrymen saw time out to clinch the win and three points.
It was a tale of two second-half penalties for Hallam’s Under-19 side in Nottingham last Friday evening as they drew 1-1 with Basford United Under-19’s in their second game of the season.
The Countrymen were a goal behind at the break, but a penalty from Allatt levelled the contest in the second half (pictured right) ; and Basford’s keeper denied the visitors a three point haul when he saved a second spot-kick shortly afterwards, to leave Manager Mick Khan ruing a series of missed chances , writes Ann Holland for the Hallam FC Website.
Hallam FC ‘s Under 19’s side got their Worksop Van Hire North Midlands Development League season off to a tremendous start with a comprehensive 8-2 win at Dronfield Town Under-19’s last Thursday evening-a result which sees them top the table after the first round of matches, writes Ann Holland for the Hallam FC Website.