Jarred Harvey | Four wins in a row testament to team work

9th March
Jarred Harvey U18s

Coach Jarred Harvey believes Swansea City Under-18s' 2-0 victory over Ipswich Town reflected the strength and togetherness of the squad.

Rohan Davies showed great composure to open the scoring before the half-hour mark, only to suffer a suspected hamstring injury just ahead of the break. 

However, Seb Dabrowski netted his second goal in two games to double the Swans lead in the closing stages to secure three points for the visitors and make it four wins on the bounce.

And it sets the Swans up nicely ahead of their double-header against Watford next week.

"I thought the boys were excellent again, and I can't fault them. From kick-off, they applied themselves brilliantly," said Harvey.

"It was nice to go into the break in the lead, but we definitely could have led 4-0. I thought we were great, but there were a lot of chances that we didn't take.

"The game levelled on in the second half, but we kicked on again and got that second goal and a clean sheet.

"I think the boys got what they deserved for their dominant performance. It was a real team effort.

"It was a huge shame to see Rohan [Davies] come off, I thought he was excellent leading the line and we all wish him a speedy recovery.

"Another pleasing thing is that over the last few games, the teamwork on and off the pitch has really shown.

"That has led to the squad getting four wins in a row, which is great for motivation and momentum. But we've got a quick turnaround and we now have to focus on the Professional Development League Cup semi-final against Watford on Tuesday."