Hibernian under-20s continued their impressive start to the new season with a 2-1 win against Motherwell at Fir Park on Tuesday evening.
Goals from Dean Horribine and Danny Handling handed the young team in bottle green maximum points - making it three wins from the opening three games to go top.
But the real star of the show was keeper Calum Antell (pictured), who produced two top-class penalty saves to ensure Hibernian won the fixture.
Head of Academy coaching James McDonaugh praised the contribution of Antell, at 20 the only overage player in the squad, and says he was pleased with the team performance.
McDonaugh said: "It was a really good game with both teams trying to win it by playing football - it could easily have finished 6-6.
"Calum Antell made two outstanding penalty saves which gave us real belief to go on and win. I felt we have played better in terms of taking care of the ball, but our determination and desire was terrific.
"We defended really well and when you look at the age of the players in front of Antell you must give them enormous credit for their performance."
The side was weakened with the departures of three central defenders, Sean O';Hanlon, David Stephens and Jordon Forster (loan) who were involved in the previous week's 8-1 demolition of St Mirren, but the new-look defence stood firm and performed well.
Hibernian u20s: Calum Antell, Andrew Black, Bob Wilson, Bradley Donaldson, Callum Crane, Dean Horribine, David Gold, Harry Monaghan, Sam Stanton, Danny Handling, Ross Caldwell
Subs: Alex Harris, Euan Smith, (unused) Paul Grant, Ryan Baptie, David Paul, Jay Doyle
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