It was a difficult first half for the youngsters who appeared to hold back on the bobbly playing surface, and Saints were grateful to goalkeeper Chris Johns for thwarting a strong home side in the opening 45 minutes.
Everton may have edged the first half but a strong defensive game kept them at bay. The second half was a more dominant showing from Saints and in the end it was the substitutes that made the difference,
Ryan Seager and Jake Flannigan entered the action on the hour mark, and seven minutes later, the duo combined to earn a penalty after the latter had been brought down as he looked to tuck home inside the box.
Captain Dominic Gape tucked the penalty into the left corner of the net and Flannigan and Seager scored to make the score look comfortable.
Another good win for the lads as they continue to improve.You can read the article on Saints OS by clicking here
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