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BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION : Under-21 Premier League - Division 2

Rush Green

2 - 0 (Oxford, Parfitt-Williams)

4 January 2016

Spiegel

Knoyle

Hendrie

Oxford (Onariase)

Chambers

Song (Dobson)

Cullen

Parfitt-Williams

Lee

Brown

Powell (Gordon)

2015-16 Barclays under-21 Premier League - Divison 2

FULHAM : Premier League Cup

Rush Green

3 - 2 (Lee 2, Parfitt-Williams)

13 January 2016

Howes

Knoyle

Chambers

Oxford

Hendrie (Rice)

Song (Makasi)

Dobson

Cullen

Parfitt-Williams

Gordon (Pike)

Lee

FULHAM : Under-21 Premier League - Division 2

Motspur Park

3 - 1 (Parfitt-Williams 2, Cullen [pen])

22 January 2016

Howes

Pike

Neufville

Dobson (Coventry)

Henry (Pask)

Oxford

Gordon (Nasha)

Makasi

Belic (Ford)

Cullen

Parfitt-Williams

BLACKBURN ROVERS : Premier League Cup (Quarter-Final)

Rush Green

2 - 1 (Oxford, Parfitt-Williams)

27 January 2016

Howes

Pike

Neufville

Dobson

Chambers

Oxford

Browne (Nasha)

Makasi

Gordon (Belic)

Cullen

Parfitt-Williams

DERBY COUNTY : Under-21 Premier League - Division 2

St George's Park

1 - 1 (Belic)

1 February 2016)

Howes

Pike

Neufville

Dobson

Chambers

Rice

Diangana (Nasha)

Makasi

Belic (Hector-Ingram)

Browne

Parfitt-Williams

SWANSEA CITY : Under-21 Premier League - Division 2

Rush Green

1 - 2 (Diangana)

10 February 2016

Howes

Pike

Neufville

Dobson

Henry (Akinola)

Oxford

Diangana

Makasi

Hector-Ingram (Belic)

Browne

Parfitt-Williams

WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS : Under-21 Premier League - Division 2

AFC Telford United

1 - 1 (Ford)

22 February 2016

Howes

Pike

Neufville

Dobson

Henry (Rice)

Oxford

Diangana

Makasi

Ford (Hector-Ingram)

Lewis (Sylvestre)

Parfitt-Williams

BLACKBURN ROVERS : Under-21 Premier League - Division 2

Rush Green

1 - 1 (Ford)

7 March 2016

Spiegel

Byram

Neufville

Dobson

Henry

Rice

Diangana

Makasi (Sylvestre)

Ford

Lewis

Hendrie

NEWCASTLE UNITED : Under-21 Premier League - Division 2

St James' Park

4 - 1 (Browne, Carter, Kemp, Makasi)

11 March 2016

Spiegel

Pike

Hendrie

Sylvestre

Henry

Akinola

Kemp (Belic)

Carter

Ford (Hector-Ingram)

Browne (Scully)

Makasi

LIVERPOOL : Premier League Cup (Semi-Final)

Rush Green

3 - 2 (Browne, Hendrie, Henry) 1-1 after 90 mins

16 March 2016

Spiegel

Pike

Hendrie

Dobson

Henry

Oxford

Makasi

Cullen

Hector-Ingram

Browne

Samuelsen

STOKE CITY : Under-21 Premier League - Division 2

Rush Green

1 - 0 (Kanu)

4 April 2016

Spiegel

O'Brien

Neufville (Hector-Ingram)

Dobson

Akinola

Oxford

Diangana

Makasi

Ford (Kanu)

Kemp (Pike)

Hendrie

ASTON VILLA : Under-21 Premier League - Division 2

Villa Park

2 - 3 (Browne, Hector-Ingram

11 April 2016

Spiegel

Pike

Henry

Oxford

Page (Neufville)

Dobson

Makasi

Diangana (Hector-Ingram)

Browne

Hendrie (Kemp)

Ford

HULL CITY : Premier League Cup (Final 1st leg)

Upton Park

1 - 0 (Parfitt-Williams)

25 April 2016

Spiegel

Byram

Page

Dobson (Makasi)

Henry

Oxford

Samuelsen

Cullen

Hector-Ingram (Diangana)

Browne

Hendrie (Parfitt-Williams)

HULL CITY : Premier League Cup (Final 2nd leg)

KC Stadium

0 - 1 Agg: 1-1 (won 5-3 pens)

4 May 2016

Spiegel

Byram

Page

Rice (Hector-Ingram)

Henry

Oxford

Diangana (Hendrie)

Makasi

Samuelsen

Browne

Parfitt-Williams (Pike)

16_01_04 WHU v. Brighton & Hove Albion Under21 16_01_13 WHU v. Fulham 16_01_22 Fulham v. WHU U21 16_01_27 WHU Blackburn Rovers U21 Cup 16_02_01 Derby County v. WHU U21 16_02_10 WHU v. Swansea City U21

Please note:

Oppostion and Fixture date recorded wrong on the front of programme

16_02_22 Wolves v. WHU Under-21 16_03_07 WHU v. Blackburn Rovers U21 16_03_11 Newcastle United v. WHU 16_03_16 WHU v. Liverpool U21 16_04_04 WHU v. Stoke City Under21 16_04_11 Aston Villa v. WHU U21 16_05_04 Hull City v. WHU PLC Final TS 16_05_04 Hull City v. WHU PLC Final 16_04_25 WHU v. Hull City Cup Final 1st leg 16_04_25 WHU v. Hull City Cup Final 1st leg TS

A youthful Development Squad extended their unbeaten run to 11 games following a 1-1 draw away at league leaders Derby County. Despite blustery conditions at St. George’s Park, the young Hammers put in a near faultless display, one that was made even harder when Marcus Browne was somewhat harshly sent off after just 30 minutes. Despite going a goal down, the Hammers refused to be cowed and regrouped manfully, keeping the scores level at half-time. The claret and blues efforts were rewarded on the hour mark after Grady Diangana won back possession and drove forward, before playing an incisive through ball into Luka Belic who finished his chance with aplomb. However, as the game wore on, the extra man slowly began to aide Derby’s cause and they equalised after a period of pressure on 77th minutes when Ivan Kalero headed home from close range following a corner.

Speaking after the Development Squad's 1-0 victory in the first leg of the Barclays U21 Premier League final, Terry Westley said he was delighted to have overcome a stubborn Hull City. The visiting Tigers proved formidable opponents, solid in defence while a threat on the counter as it took the Hammers until the 90th minute to break their opponents down as substitute Djair Parfitt-Williams pounced on Doneil Henry's header. In what was the last U21 match ever at the Boleyn Ground, in front of an impressive audience of more than 10,000 Hammers, Westley reflected: "It was a tough game, like any cup final would be. We didn't expect them to roll over for us, and I thought Hull were very good. "I think there was a little bit of nerves, due to the youthfulness of our players we have to except that, five of our players tonight can still play for the youth team. "We weren't quite as good as we have been for the majority of the season, and for that reason, taking a 1-0 lead into the second leg, I'll take that."

It was tough for the Hammers who conceded a cruel 93rd minute goal to take the tie to extra time, but they kept battling and eventually their quality told in the shootout. Well done to Terry Westley and his squad!

 

PENS: Marcus Browne, Reece Oxford, Sam Byram, Stephen Hendrie and Martin Samuelsen were all successful as Raphael Spiegel saved from Hull's Daniel Batty. The Hammers are Champions!

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