Leeds United striker nets rapid double as Archie Gray plays duration in Whites youngsters' romp
and live on Freeview channel 276
Rapidly rising 15-year-old star Archie Gray played the full duration of the game for the young Whites whose Ben Andreucci netted a late double.
Leeds went ahead in the 21st minute through in-form striker Luca Thomas but Everton equalised four minutes later via Emilio Lawrence and the two sides entered the half-time interval all square.
United, though, finished the contest with a bang and went back ahead with eight minutes left as Andreucci bagged his first goal of the game.
The forward then doubled his tally by netting United's third just three minutes later and there was still time for Leeds to bag a fourth via Cuba Diboe in the sixth minute of added time.
The victory has taken Scott Gardner's side up to seventh place in the table ahead of their next assignment against Nottingham Forest.
Everton: Nash, Dixon, Samuels-Smith, Campbell, Wilson, Metcalf, Lawrence, Jagne, Sheriff, Heath (Baker 71), Okoronkwo. Subs not used: Graham, Jones, Smikle-James, Wright.
Leeds United: Christy, Diboe, Ferguson, Spencer, Toulson, Dawber, McGrath, Coleman, Thomas, Gray, Bradbury (Andreucci 68). Subs not used: Baird, Douglas, Lopta-White, Richards.
Support the YEP and become a subscriber today. You'll enjoy unlimited access to the latest on Leeds United and Leeds Rhinos. With our sports digital subscription, you'll also see fewer ads, enjoy faster load times, and get exclusive content. Click HERE to subscribe.