Port Vale: Young reserve side fall to defeat against Walsall
A PORT Vale second-string side featuring four trialists has lost 2-0 at home to Walsall this afternoon.
Vale coaches had a look over two defenders and two midfielders at the Bycars training pitches, when goals a quarter-of-an-hour from the start and a quarter-of-an-hour from the end settled proceedings.
Graham Hutchinson and Jack Deaman, both formerly of Birmingham City, played in central defence while Malcolm Melvin, from Aston Villa, and ex-Manchester City youth Bradley Robinson had run outs in the middle.
Walsall took the lead with a shot from the edge of the area from Omari Sterling.
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The Saddlers made the games safe in the closing stages when Ben Purkiss converted from the corner of the six-yard box.
Port Vale: Boot, Evans, Lander (Warner, 84), Whieldon, Hutchinson, Deaman, Croft, Malvin, Marland, Davies (Swaby, 60), Robinson (Pryor, 67). Not used: Hemmings, Price.