Ledson Wins League Two Battle

by Adam Hill
@Everton

Two young Blues came head-to-head in League Two on Saturday, but it was Ryan Ledson who would emerge victorious.

Yeovil Town travelled to Cambridge United in a much-anticipated match-up, but midfielder Liam Walsh was sent off following an off-the-ball incident after just 10 minutes.

With his Everton colleague off the pitch, Ledson helped the U’s to a comfortable 3-0 win - a result which lifts them to just five points of the play-off places.

In the Championship, Aiden McGeady was substituted at half-time of Sheffield Wednesday’s 3-0 home win against Charlton, while Luke Garbutt was an unused sub in Fulham’s 1-1 draw at Birmingham.

Elsewhere in the Football League, Callum Connolly played another 90 minutes to help Barnsley win 2-0 win at David Henen’s Fleetwood Town. The Belgian forward missed the game through injury.

Conor McAleny was unable to recover from the knock he picked up in last week’s game at Peterborough, as his Wigan Athletic side beat Bradford 1-0. 

Jonjoe Kenny played the full match in Oxford United’s impressive 3-0 win away at Barnet, putting the Yellows six points clear of Plymouth in the race for promotion to League One.

In non-league, Michael Donohue played 68 minutes of Barrow’s 1-1 draw against Bromley, but Connor Hunt was an unused sub in Colwyn Bay’s 1-0 defeat to Grantham Town.

Finally, Shani Tarashaj was booked in Grasshoppers’ 1-0 defeat to Lugano in the Swiss Super League.

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