Aston Villa U18 5, Norwich City U18 1

John Landamore Whilst they have a 100 per cent record at home City's Academy side are still to record their first away win of the season after they conceded five goals for the second consecutive game on their travels on Saturday when Aston Villa ran out comfortable winners at their Bodymoor Heath training ground.

John Landamore

Whilst they have a 100 per cent record at home City's Academy side are still to record their first away win of the season after they conceded five goals for the second consecutive game on their travels on Saturday when Aston Villa ran out comfortable winners at their Bodymoor Heath training ground.

Ricky Martin was without the services of Sam Habergham and keeper Jed Steer but there was a place on the bench for Alex Stephens who has been sidelined since the start of the campaign.

The home side lead at the break by 2-0 but not before the Canaries had wasted a handful of good opportunities to take the lead.


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The second half saw Villa find the net three more times with City's only reply coming via the penalty spot from substitute David Nwaogu.

t Norwich City: Hewitt, Brindley, Gordon, Dumic, Francomb, Clarke (Stephens, 75), Ball, Osemwegie, Dawkin, Kelly, Drmola (Nwaogu, 60)

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Subs not used: Jones, Roberts.

t Norwich City Man of the Match: Danny Kelly

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