John Ebbrell's side were handed an advantage when the hosts were reduced to 10 men but the Young Blues took full advantage.
Evans scored straight away from a free kick and Lavery got off the mark just before half-time when he made it 2-0.
With the benefit of the extra man, Everton scored another six without reply in the second half as Lavery and Evans bagged two more apiece and both Morgan Feeney and Spencer Myers joined the goalscoring frenzy.
Everton U18s: O'Loughlin (46' Pierce); Yates, Feeney, Lees, Myers; Harrington, Kiersey (72' Bramall), Donohue, Holland; Evans; Lavery.
Subs not used: Morris, Denny.
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1 Posted 07/02/2016 at 08:51:24
I have only seen Evans once, he didn't play well but Everton have very high hopes for this young striker. Same as Feeney a centre half, Scouser and only sixteen. Looks like a very good win, even if it was against 10 men.
2 Posted 07/02/2016 at 09:56:52
I've seen the tall and rangey Evans quite a few times and he does look promising. He's got an eye for where to be to score he scored Everton's first goal in the U21s mini-derby at St Helens when he and Sam Byrne ran towards the box as McAleny broke down the left wing. Byrne, playing as our main striker, hung back but Evans sprinted through the Liverpool defence towards the centre of goal to toe-poke at full stretch McAleny's perfect cross. He is a consistent scorer playing either as striker or No 10.
Feeney is very composed and a strong centre-half for such a young lad. He was sternly tested during a 1-0 away win over a very good Man City U21s recently when we were under constant pressure but he and the rest of our defence stood firm.
3 Posted 07/02/2016 at 23:43:17
4 Posted 08/02/2016 at 03:14:12
Actually, this kid must have been nabbed from his pram by our friends across the park because he was only 7 when he moved over to Everton.
Must be very brave as well. Leading 3-2 against 'Boro, he flung himself in front of a hard shot to prevent a late equalizer. Also John, I keep hearing and reading about this boy's composure. Like Kenny, a cool head no doubt but I'm sure he must be good on the ball. Is this true and does he have a bit of pace? So important in today's game.
5 Posted 08/02/2016 at 00:04:56
We seem to have done well with some Liverpool cast-offs - or maybe they just came to their senses and realised which way is up.
I'm sure you've been following the performances of Liam Walsh and Jonjoe Kenny. I imagine Yeovil and Oxford will want to keep both players till after the play-offs but it would be disappointing if they don't get some game time for Everton next season.
6 Posted 09/02/2016 at 14:59:40
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