Swansea City Under 18 v Hull City Under 18 – Professional Development League 2022-2023

We visited the Swansea City Academy in Landore on Tuesday, 4 April 2023 to photograph the Under 18 Professional Development League clash between Swansea City and Hull City.

Thomas Woodward of Swansea City under pressure from Glen Sani of Hull City. Credit: Duncan Thomas/Majestic Media

Swansea City Under 18s were in control from the opening whistle and their dominance paid off with a well-deserved 3-1 win against Hull City at Landore.

The first goal of the game came from the talented Iwan Morgan, who expertly drilled the ball into the net from a Callum Deacon pass in the first half. It didn’t take long for the Swans to extend their lead, with Rohan Davies driving into the area and unleashing a fierce shot into the bottom corner just minutes after the break.

Thomas Woodward showed great skill and composure to finish off another Deacon delivery, sealing the three points for Swansea with his second goal in two games just after the hour mark.

Hull City did manage to pull one back with ten minutes to go through substitute Ronnie Kelly, who calmly fired a low shot past the keeper.

It was a notable day for Evan Watts, who captained the Swans on his first start in over six months. Whilst centre-back Filip Lissah made his return from a hip injury suffered back in October, coming off the bench in the second half.

You can browse the complete Swansea City Under 18 v Hull City Under 18 Professional Development League match image gallery our dedicated photography website.

Swansea City Under-18s: Evan Watts (captain) (Kit Margetson 45′), Arthur Parker, Richard Faakye, Jacob Cook (Sam Parker 73′), Jada Mawongo, Dan Watts, Thomas Searle (Filip Lissah 61′), Thomas Woodward (Ramon Rees-Siso 73′), Iwan Morgan, Rohan Davies (Kyrell Wilson 61′), Callum Deacon. 

Hull City Under-18s: Tom Macauley, Sam Jackson, Trialist, Alfie Perry, Kyle Fanning (captain), Stanley Ashbee, Ralph Nkomba, Sam Opoku (Lucas Dawson 82′), Glen Sani, Jaedyn Chibanga (Stan Hewitt 66′), Jake Brown (Ronnie Kelly 56′). 

Unused subs: Archie Howard. 

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