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10 December 2018 Venue East Riding County FA Attendance

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Hull City U23
2 - 0
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Bolton Wanderers U23

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U23s: Hull City preview

9 December 2018

David Lee's U23s take on their Hull City counterparts on Monday 10 December in the Professional Development League when they head to the East Riding County FA, KO 7pm.

Coming off the back of a 3-1 defeat against Crewe Alexandra, the boys will be looking to bounce back against the Tigers.

The U23s currently sit fourth in the North Section of the Professional Development League after 14 games, having won eight, drawn two and lost four of their outings so far.

When looking at the Hull's team meanwhile, they sit tenth in the North Section of the Professional Development League.

With 11 points taken from a possible 39, the Tigers come into the game off the back of a 2-1 loss at the hands of Swansea City U23s on November 30.

A report of the match on bwfc.co.uk following the final result.

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Report: Hull City U23s 2-0 Bolton Wanderers U23s

11 December 2018

Wanderers U23s fell to a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Hull City in the Professional Development League on Monday eve

Early in the first half and Hull took the lead following a mishap at the back from Wanderers, allowing Keane Lewis-Potter to smash the ball into the bottom corner past James Aspinall.

Both teams fought it out evenly until the half time break, with neither side able to test one anothers goalkeeper.

Moving into the second half and Joe Pritchard went close with a shot that narrowly went wide after good build up play from David Lee's men.

With eight minutes to play, Wanderers were looking close to finding an equaliser before Shakeel Jones-Griffiths was sent off for a second bookable offence after bringing down Will Keane.

Wanderers kept pushing for that vital goal but ultimately were caught on the counter attack in the latter stages as Keane Lewis-Potter grabbed his second goal of the game.

The U23s now sit fifth in the Professional Development League, only a point off top spot with a game in hand over current first place Birmingham City.

Their next game is at home to the Blues at the County Ground, Leyland on December 17, kick off 7pm.

Wanderers XI: Aspinall, Brockbank, Earing, Zouma, Boon, Ireland (McKenna 60), Connell, Navarro (Broughton 80), Pritchard, Jones-Griffiths, Kelly (Darcy 75)

Unused substitutes: B.Williams, Hartshorne.

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