A SENSATIONAL comeback from Worcester City Youth’s under 15s has seen them reach the Nerf Junior Premier League national final.

In their final Elite South group game against RTC Buckinghamshire at Perdiswell, City were 2-0 down after the first quarter.

But they stormed back to win 4-2 thanks to goals from Jack Fisher, Dexter Dudley-Toole, Elijah Martin and Alex Watts.

With nearest challengers Galaxy only managing a 1-1 draw in their last game against Cirencester Town, City won their group by two points and now meet AFC Guiseley for the right to be crowned national JPL champions.

On Sunday the under 15s are one of two City sides in Worcestershire FA Cup final action at Evesham United’s Jubilee Stadium.

They meet Stourport Swifts in a 1.30pm kick-off while at 10.30am the under 14s meet Kidderminster Harriers.

City clinched third position in the Total Motion Midland League Reserve Division with a hard-fought 2-1 victory at Knowle.

A late winner from Riley Keasey clinched the points after Liam Lockett opened the scoring.

“This has been a landmark season for the club with us progressing from under 21s to reserves,” said manager Nigel Upson.

“Our talented squad of predominantly under 18s deserve a lot of praise for achieving third place in our first season in the division.”

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