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Loan Watch: Bevan stars in Yeovil victory


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Defender Owen Bevan played a starring role as Yeovil Town continued their revival under new manager Mark Cooper.

Bevan won a penalty and was named man of the match as the Glovers triumphed 1-0 against National League rivals FC Halifax Town on Saturday.

The 19-year-old was fouled in the box by Jamie Stott, allowing former Cherries midfielder Matt Worthington to net the resultant spot-kick on the stroke of half-time.

Bevan followed up his impressive display in the Glovers’s 0-0 draw at Notts County by helping them keep back-to-back clean sheets for the second time this season.

Yeovil defended their lead with ten men after Worthington had been sent off for picking up a second booking 16 minutes from time.

Bevan has made 13 appearances for the Glovers this season and has been pivotal in their recent four-match unbeaten run which has yielded eight points.

Since Cooper replaced Chris Hargreaves at the end of November, the Glovers have climbed five points clear of the National League relegation zone.

Capped by Wales under-21s earlier this season, Bevan made his Premier League debut as a late substitute in the Cherries’ defeat by Liverpool in August.

Main picture courtesy of Pinnacle Photo Agency.

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