home team
Sangare (5', 6') Perry (60', 60')
2
Simms (20', 20', 59', 59', 69', 69')
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away team
Sangare (5', 6') Perry (60', 60')
Simms (20', 20', 59', 59', 69', 69')
Saturday 23 March 2019, 11:30 Sir Jack Hayward Training Ground
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  • Wolves U18
  • Sangare 5'
    Sangare 6'
  • Perry 60'
    Perry 60'
  • Everton U18
  • Simms 20'
    Simms 20'
  • Simms 59'
    Simms 59'
  • Simms 69'
    Simms 69'
Report
Ellis Simms grabbed his second hat-trick in the Black Country inside seven days as Everton Under-18s secured a 3-2 victory at Wolves in U18 Premier League (North).

Fresh from his treble in the young Blues' 3-1 success at West Brom last weekend, the striker was razor sharp in front of goal again at the Jack Hayward training ground as Paul Tait's side moved up to third in the table.

Everton went behind on five minutes when Faisu Sangare opened the scoring, before Simms levelled midway through the first half. The Under-18s' top scorer then put the visitors in front just before the hour mark after being teed up by Kyle John, only for Wolves' Taylor Perry to make it 2-2 seconds later.

But Everton - and that man Simms - had the final say on 69 minutes as the forward fired home the winner to secure three points for the young Blues.