FA Youth Cup 5th Round
Wednesday 6th February 2002 - KO 7pm
The AXA sponsored FA Youth Cup
Wanderers Youth Team will travel to Oakwell and become the first ever Wycombe Wanderers side to represent the Club at this stage of the competition. It will be a tough test for The Wycombe youngsters following the dramtic Fourth Round victory over Norwich City at Adams Park. The opponents are an academy side and recorded an impressive 3-0 victory at Reading to reach the Fifth Round stage. Highly rated striker Ashley Scothern opened the scoring for The Tykes on 20 minutes and Liverpool born forward Griff Jones made it 2-0 thirteen minutes into the second-half. Jones wrapped the tie up in the 80th minute after he capitalised on a defensive error by The Royals. In the previous round Barnsley enjoyed a 3-1 victory at Derby County.
The draw for the Sixth Round was made on Thursday 31st January and if Wycombe are successful they will play the winners of the Hartlepool v Manchester United 5th Round tie. See below for the full draws.

Supporters, family and friends wishing to travel to the game will be able to use a special coach organised for the occasion jointly by OWWSA and WWISC. Travel will be by Motts Coaches with WWISC arranging the stop for the evening meal prior to the game. The coach will depart Adams Park at 1pm (revised from 1.30pm) and the fare is 12 adults and 10 for concessions. Call Colin on 01494-536270 or Rena on 01296-429307 to book. Match entrance on the night is 3 adults and 1.50 children. For those not travelling to the game there will be full match commentary on SwanFM (107.4 FM)

Full Fifth Round draw
Barnsley v Wycombe Wanderers
Manchester United v Hartlepool United
Leeds United v Tottenham Hotspur
Aston Villa v Brighton & Hove Albion
Nottingham Forest v Kidderminster Harriers
Arsenal (holders) v Blackburn Rovers
Fulham v Ipswich Town
Everton v Manchester City

Ties to be played before 10th February.

Full Sixth Round draw
Leeds United or Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal FC or Blackburn Rovers
Everton or Manchester City v Kidderminster H or Nottingham Forest
Fulham or Ipswich Town v Aston Villa or Brighton & Hove Albion
Hartlepool Utd or Manchester Utd v Barnsley or Wycombe Wanderers
Ties to be played before 3rd March.
Celebration after Norwich missed their seventh penalty
Wanderers Youth Team celebrate the victory over Norwich: report here
Line-up - back row (l-r): Matt Heggie, Luke Sheekey, Mark Philo, Luke Oliver, Stuart Hole, Andy Reilly, Jack Smillie, Billy Harding, Pat Lynott, Tom Gott
front row: James Rogers, Matt Fox, Kai Sudheimer, Lewis Cook, Jonny Dixon, Ryan Parsons, Matty Warner, John-Paul Kelly

Wanderers Youth Team programme 2000/2001
The Wanderers Youth Team play their home League games at Molins Sports Ground in Princes Risborough.
Click here for location map of Molins Sports Ground
Admission is FREE and a programme is produced for all Under 19 fixtures.
The programme won the Wirral Programme Club Youth Team Programme of the Season for 1999/2000.

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