Twomey stakes claim for first team call

PUBLISHED: 16:14 28 August 2008 | UPDATED: 13:34 06 May 2010

WINGER Hamza Twomey pressed his claims for first team involvement with two goals as St Albans City Reserves beat Windsor & Eton at Stag Meadow on Wednesday. The impressive Twomey, aged 19, put City 2-0 up and in command with a double strike.

WINGER Hamza Twomey pressed his claims for first team involvement with two goals as St Albans City Reserves beat Windsor & Eton at Stag Meadow on Wednesday.

The impressive Twomey, aged 19, put City 2-0 up and in command with a double strike. The young winger made an impact in the first team last season and made the bench for several of the recent pre-season friendlies.

Former Stevenage Borough youngster Kerron Birch showed plenty of promise with a two-goal blast after coming on as a substitute to make the final score 4-0 to Saints.

Birch was joined in the reserve squad by Jamie Davidge, Joe Finn and lively substitute Jamie Shaw who were also all in the Stevenage youth set up.

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