Everton U18s v Wolves U18s
Everton Under-18s have now won eight of their last nine games after a 5-0 demolition of Wolves.
All the young Blues' goals came after half-time following 'words' at the interval from coach Kevin Sheedy.
Sheedy was unhappy with the slow start his side had made to the game, indeed they were second best for the opening half hour and required a superb Russell Griffiths save to keep the visitors out.
Everton improved before the break and after a stern talking to from Sheedy and Duncan Ferguson, they were much better.
After five minutes of the second period Calum Dyson cut in from the left and sent a shot arrowing into the top corner.
Five minutes after that, George Green doubled the lead with a mirror image of Dyson's effort. The ex-Bradford player cut in from the right and shot accurately with his left foot.
Green then turned provider on 64 minutes, centring for Harry Charsley to tap in and put the Blues out of sight.
Wolves were stunned but there was still time for a quick fire brace from Courtney Duffus to add gloss to the scoreline.
Sheedy told evertonfc.com: "We started slowly and we had to have words at half time but after that we were much like our usual selves. That's the first time we've scored five this season and it's obviously a pleasing scoreline."