Winger steps up his match fitness
marked his appearance for AFC Wimbledon’s Under-21 development squad with a fine individual goal at Swindon this afternoon.Kevin Sainte-Luce
The tricky winger played for 75 minutes and struck the winner in a 2-1 Dons victory to further press his first-team claims after an impressive cameo against Scunthorpe on Saturday.
(pictured in action against Swindon today) all featured in Shaun North’s young squad.Charlie Strutton, Sainte-Luce and Jim Fenlon, Seb BrownFirst-teamers
’s fine run and cross ended with a handball in the box.Harry CookseyStrutton struck Wimbledon’s first-half equaliser from the penalty spot after trialist
Sainte-Luce then provided the edge for Wimbledon after the break when he finished clinically after a mazy run through Swindon’s defence.
, believes that his side’s overall display was an improvement on their 2-1 win against Portsmouth two weeks ago.Shaun NorthWimbledon Under-21 Development Coach,
“I was very pleased because we played much better today,” Shaun said. “There was not a great deal of chances, but we edged it because we had more of a cutting edge. Swindon had a lot of possession, but we kept a good shape and hit them well on the counter-attack.
“It was a very good performance and I could not find fault with any of the players. It has been quite easy to integrate the players; the more senior lads have helped out the younger boys, who have been keen to learn as much as possible. I am happy with the way that the players have responded to what we are trying to do.”
Seb Brown, Kieron Tarbie, Jim Fenlon, Oluseyi Daley (Will Nightingale), Charlie Fayers, Kevin Sainte-Luce (Dan Pearse), Tom Beere, Chace Jacquart, Harry Cooksey (George Oakley), Youssouf Bamba, Charlie Strutton.AFC Wimbledon: