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All Square For Young Owls Against Terriers

The Owls drew with Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield in a soaking wet Middlewood Road.

With the absence of Nathan Modest, Liam Palmer was selected up front. However, it was strike partner Tom Hall who got his name on the score sheet alongside Leon Lekaj to grab another point for McAuley's starlets.

After the dismal start to the season the Under 18s are now starting to pick up points, which will act as a confidence boost to supplement their progression.

The next game at Middlewood Road is on the 17th January against Barnsley, as the youngsters enjoy a Winter break.




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Writer: Jarno Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 15 2008

Time: 7:32PM

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Apart from the obvious are there any other young crops we should be looking out for?
will it ever happen
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