Swindon Town U18s continued their impressive form in the Youth Alliance League with a 4-0 away victory over Cheltenham Town U18s on Saturday afternoon.
A threatening first half from Swindon's U18s gave them a three-goal lead going into the break with Josh Keyes on the scoresheet twice, either side of an Alistair Stewart effort to give them that advantage.
Miles Obodo got his goal after coming off the bench in the second half to complete the comprehensive victory for Swindon, as they now look to continue their strong showing against Sunderland in their upcoming FA Youth Cup fifth-round tie.
Fletcher Hubbard returned to the matchday squad, with Joel McGregor and Harry Chard out in the wing-back positions as Botan Ameen continued to keep his place up front following his match-winning brace against Manchester United in the FA Youth Cup.
Off the back of a 2-0 victory against Newport in the Youth Alliance League, Town looked to continue their impressive form this season and got themselves off to the best start with Josh Keyes opening the scoring just past the 10-minute mark.
After seeing the initial shot blocked well by the Cheltenham defender, the ball fell back to the creative midfielder and he smashed his effort into the back of the net to give Town an early lead.
Just five minutes later, Town made it two, with midfielder Alistair Stewart firing a left-footed strike into the bottom corner as Swindon looked to be the clear team in the ascendency going forward in this game.
It was 3-0 just before 30 minutes played with Keyes grabbing his second with another well-taken effort in the first half.
After a corner was swung in by Town and originally headed away by Cheltenham, Keyes was quickest to react and superbly cut onto his left foot, placed the ball into the bottom corner and gave Town a resounding lead going into the midway point 15 minutes later.
Half-time: Cheltenham Town U18s 0 Swindon Town U18s 3
For the majority of the second half, it was a solid second half from Swindon as they furthered their advantage over the Robins, as recent substitute Miles Obodo got himself on the scoresheet to give Town the lead the team's performance deserved.
Following this result, Swindon Town u18s will take plenty of confidence going into their upcoming Youth Alliance League and FA Youth Cup fixtures, with Sunderland looking likely to be the next test for Town's youngster later in the week.
Swindon Town U18s: Evans (C), McGregor, Chard, Stewart, Hart, Hunt, Britchford-Stanley, Brown, Ameen, Keyes, Alston
Subs: Hutt, Obodo, Adams, Hubbard, Coles
Goals: Keyes 11, 28, Stewart 16, Obodo 82