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YOUTH | Saddlers Slip to Narrow Defeat

1:15 pm Saturday, 5 March 2016  
Earlier today, Neil Woods' Walsall Under 18s made the short trip to the Shrewsbury Sports Village as they took on Shrewsbury Town Under 18s in the latest Football League Youth Alliance (North West) fixture of the season.
Earlier today, Neil Woods' Walsall Under 18s made the short trip to the Shrewsbury Sports Village as they took on Shrewsbury Town Under 18s in the latest Football League Youth Alliance (North West) fixture of the season.

The young second-placed Saddlers' went into the game following last month's 6-1 victory over Accrington Stanley. Cameron Peters (2), Brendan Pooni (2), Maziar Kouhyar, and Nathan Owen all scoring to secure three points away from home.

While the fourth placed Shrews took on Bury and were defeated by three-goals-to-two, a controversial 95th minute penalty snatching the win for the Shakers.

Today's game was a low scoring affair as the home side secured the win thanks to an Ethan Jones strike six minutes before half time. A disappointing result for the high-flying Saddlers, who face Morecambe next weekend.

FOOTBALL LEAGUE YOUTH ALLIANCE (NORTH WEST)
SHREWSBURY TOWN 1 WALSALL 0
GOAL | Jones (39')

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