Bolton Wanderers youngster Jamie Thomas celebrates Wales U19 call-up with four goals

Jamie Thomas, right, in action last season

Jamie Thomas, right, in action last season

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YOUNG Wanderers striker Jamie Thomas celebrated his recent call-up to the Wales under-19 squad with four goals as David Lee’s youth side beat Blackburn 5-1 on Saturday.

The Whites went into their first home game of the FA U18 Premier League campaign off the back of a creditable goalless draw at Manchester United in their season opener and began brightly when Thomas netted two first-half goals – the second a superb free-kick from 25 yards as Lee’s side went into the interval 2-1 to the good.

Thomas completed his hat-trick after the break from an acute angle before Carl Kennedy made it four with a delightful 20-yard chip.

And the scoring was complete when Thomas again showed his eye for goal with a low shot.

Coach Lee said: “We created good goalscoring chances throughout the game and out inventiveness caused problems for Blackburn.

“It was a very convincing team performance, with quality goals and build-up play.

“It was a case of a hard-working team getting their just rewards.”

The U18s are at home again on Saturday when they host Middlesbrough at the Eddie Davies Academy, kick off 12.30pm.

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4:05pm Tue 26 Aug 14

stevethewanderer says...

Give him a run in first team .won't do him any harm. The lad seems hungry for it !!
Give him a run in first team .won't do him any harm. The lad seems hungry for it !! stevethewanderer
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