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Chelsea’s Ishé Samuels-Smith celebrated lifting the Pinatar Super Cup with England’s Under 18 squad. The Young Lions were unbeaten across the three game March camp in Spain.


Australia made light work of their World Cup qualifying match against Lebanon. Harry Souttar and Gethin Jones both featured in the 5-0 victory in Canberra.

Gateshead hit top form as we enter the business end of the National League season. Ed Francis supplied two assists in the 7-1 mauling of North East rivals Hartlepool. 

Good Friday

Liam Kitching marshalled the Coventry City defence atHuddersfield Town, where ‘The Sky Blues’ edge towards theEFL Championship play-off places following a 3-1 win.

Also in the second tier; Jamie Lindsay’s Rotherham United suffered a 3-0 loss at Preston North End, and Tyrese Campbell was an unused substitute in Stoke City’s 2-0 success at Hull City.

Bolton Wanderers picked up another useful point with a goalless draw at Stevenage Borough. Aaron Morley made a late substitute appearance, while Gethin Jones missed the fixture due to international commitments.

Jonny Smith made Wigan Athletic’s starting line up, with his side drawing 1-1 against Burton Albion at the DW Stadium.

Luke Bolton and Elliot Lee featured for Wrexham in their big League Two promotion clash with Mansfield Town. The Red Dragons came out 2-0 victors at the Racecourse Ground. Bolton’s display earning him a place in the EFL League Two ‘Team of the Week’.

Ed Francis’ Gateshead carved out another win in the National League. They beat Rochdale 1-0 and move up to fourth place. 


Barrie McKay made a welcome comeback following his injury woes. He made a substitute appearance for Hearts in their 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock.

Also making his return to action was Martin Boyle after suffering concussion. Despite a spirited display his Hibernian side lost 3-1 at Rangers.

Easter Sunday

The early kick-off in the WSL saw Ella Toone score a brace in Manchester United’s emphatic 4-1 win against Everton. Toone became the first player to score 50 goals for the Club. Emma Bissell made a substitute appearance for the ‘The Toffees’.

Kirsty Smith and Emma Harries both featured for West Ham United in their goalless draw with Brighton. #FullNinetyFamily