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The young Ravens made a return to training on Monday as they begin their preparations for next week’s FA Youth Cup tie away at Swindon Town.

All scholars have followed rigorous Covid-19 safety measures to allow for their return to training, and to enable them to feature in the FA Youth Cup.

Roger Johnson, Tom Beaumont and Neil Salmon led the session on a bitterly cold afternoon at Hayes Lane. The coaching team put the scholars through their paces following their return after the Christmas break.

For all the details on the FA Youth Cup tie click here.

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