Wednesday, March 15, 2017
By Organic Bull
After last night's game Adam Jones who manages UITC Under 18's spoke about their 6-0 win over Malvern in the Youth League.
"Really good but we've stuttered a little bit the last couple of games," said Jones.
"They kind of think they are going to win before they've started. That's difficult for them.
"We're looking for performances both individually and collectively as a team and for them to be listening and learning and getting better.
"Ollie Smith came on, we've signed him today, and scored two. He's from Hereford.
"Great to see Jamie get four, he's been out injuried for a little while. He's a talented player, good on the ball."
The game was played on an artificial pitch at Ludlow.
"It's a bit hard on their joints running.
"It's a great surface for passing and for the way we want to play but on their joints and bodies a bit more impact on them. Some were complaining afterwards.
"It's great that Ludlow and Shrewsbury Town have helped us out to play as we've been unable to carry on at Leominster."
Jones spoke about the remainder of the season.
"We've got four left, we're top of the League, but it's not done by a long way.
"We've got Bromsgrove and Gloucester in contention.
"There are two home and two away games to be played. Cheltenham and Cinderford at home, Bromsgrove and Cinderford away.
"We also play Bromyard away next week in the HFA Giantkillers Cup next Wednesday. That's our next fixture."