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Youth Team's Cup Exit

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 15/01/2002

GRIMSBY's youth team went out of the FA Youth Cup last night after a 2-1 defeat in a typical cup encounter at the Aggborough Stadium, Kidderminster. Harriers took the lead against Neil Woods' youngsters with a penalty after Kirk Wheeler handled.

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Grimsby scored a deserved equaliser midway through the first half when Ross Thompson headed in from a corner, but Town went behind again just before half time when the central defence failed to cope with a long ball which led directly to Harriers' winner.

A tense second half, including five minutes of added time, saw Harriers hold on to gain a place against either Nottingham Forest or Watford in the Fifth round.

Grimsby: Morgan Cranley, Wes Parker, Jonathan Kirwin, Ross Thompson, Kirk Wheeler, Chris Wall, Adam Morfitt (Mark Newton, 63), Sam Thorne, Darren Mansaram, David Soames (Liam Nimmo, 55), Freddie Cass

Subs not used: Paul Fraser, James Davey,Paul Huckett

Kidderminster: John Danby, Scott Lowar, Phil Garner, Adam Smallman, Inderpaul Khela, Lee Yates, Richard Bailey, Michael Glynn, Matt Lewis, Richard Langford (Terence Carpenter, 75), Nick Heath (Tom Willmore, 86)

Subs not used: Rob Alman, Darren Henry, Chris McHale

Attendance: 373

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