Filed: Tuesday, 11th October 2005
By: Matthew O'Greel
West Ham's reserves remain in fifth spot in the Premiership Reserve League South following a 1-1 draw against Chelsea last night.
A strong Hammers reserve side drew first blood four minutes into the second half through 16-year-old Jack Jeffery before Filipe Morais equalised from the penalty spot just two minutes later after Jemel Henry brought down Jonas Elmer.
West Ham featured several players with first team experience including Elliott Ward (pictured above) and David Bellion, who is still fighting to regain full fitness.
Arsenal remain top of the Reserve League table on 17 points thanks to their 2-0 win at Tottenham last night. However third place Charlton - just three points behind - still have two games in hand on the leaders.
West Ham remain in fifth with a total of 12 points from their opening eight games. Chelsea's point lifts them into eighth place.
West Ham United: Reed, Henry, Clarke, Cohen, Ward, Stokes, Bellion, Cowley, Jeffery, Ephraim, Welsh (Reid 90).
Subs not used: White, Tomkins, Andrews, Hines.
Chelsea: Ma-Kalambay, J.Younghusband, Smith (capt), Pettigrew, Bridge (Tillen 65), Simmonds, Furman (Cork 68), Keenan, Morais (Cummings 72), P.Younghusband, Elmer.
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