Vokins and England Under-17s in quarter-finals

By SFC Media Wed 10 May International
Photo by Naomi Baker | Jake Vokins

Southampton youngster Jake Vokins and England Under-17s have qualified for the quarter-finals of the Under-17 European Championships.

The Young Lions defeated the Netherlands 3-0 in their final group game, during which Vokins was an unused substitute, to finish top of the table.

Having previously beaten Ukraine and Norway to lead Group D, Steven Cooper's men now face the challenge of Group C runners-up the Republic of Ireland in the quarter-final.

The clash with Ireland is set to take place on Saturday 13th May, as the England juniors continue to go in search of a record third European trophy.

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