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Reserves wallop Bangor for six

04/08/2012

An Everton reserves side put six goals past Bangor City at Nantporth on Saturday, without reply. The game was their fourth preseason friendly.
Hallam Hope got the game off and running early on, finishing Conor McAleny's squared ball with aplomb.

The forward then got a second just before half time after good work from Tyias Browning had carved the Citizens open.

Ross Barkley was next on the scoresheet, finishing expertly from outside the box before Chris Long claimed the fourth — although his strike was recorded as an own goal after rebounding into the goalkeeper.

McAleny was on hand to net the Blues' fifth, popping up with a bullet header after Long had played in Browning to deliver a pinpoint cross.

And John Lundstram wrapped things up with five minutes to go after Anton Forrester had cushioned the ball down for the midfielder to strike.

Quotes or other material sourced from EvertonFC.com

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Mike Hayes
044 Posted 06/08/2012 at 17:10:42
What a pity this lot didn't turn up in the Liverpool Senior Cup. Absolute insult to Tranmere and the fans that turned up to watch.
Kase Chow
065 Posted 06/08/2012 at 18:53:50
Is our future? How many of these lads can step up?
Kevin Day
149 Posted 07/08/2012 at 09:49:58
First team take note!
Mike Powell
202 Posted 07/08/2012 at 15:46:17
First team take note: it's Bangor City, ffs!

Did you watch the Tranmere game? Piss-poor...

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