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UNDER-18’S coach David McCallum said the team are always striving to improve after they won their fourth game in a row this evening.

He said: “I thought it was an interesting game I think Hearts brought a different type of challenge for us tonight.

“I think we want to try and get more goals tonight, I thought we had a lot of play around that final third of the pitch.

“We also said as much as we want to go round if we have to we want to try and play through the lines a little bit quicker when the opportunity allowed us to do it so it was really just about challenging them just to be braver and trust each other.

“It’s interesting we asked the players if they were designing a session for Sunday, what would they want it to be and they themselves wanted to play in and around the penalty box because they felt tonight that we needed to be a bit more creative with our movement out of possession, so that’s what we’ll do on Sunday and hopefully we’ll see that next week.

“Actually just before half-time when we get the goal was a good example of what we wanted to do and eventually we did it at that point and it was a good way to lead us to the second half.

Goals from the Ross McCausland and Alex Lowry saw the young Gers beat Hearts 2-0 at the Hummel Training Centre, and while pleased with the start to the season, McCallum said they are always looking at areas to improve.
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