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Lily Collins is an English-American actress.
Born : 1989
The daughter of English musician Phil Collins, and an American mother, Jill Tavelman, she was born in Surrey and moved to Los Angeles as a child. Her first screen role was at the age of two in the BBC series Growing Pains. She went on to study broadcast journalism at the University of Southern California, and as a teenager, wrote for Seventeen magazine, Teen Vogue, and The Los Angeles Times. She was named International Model of the Year by Spain’s Glamour magazine after being selected by Chanel to wear one of their dresses at the Hotel de Crillon in 2007. In 2008, she was named Newest Red Carpet Correspondent and One to Watch by Young Hollywood.
Jada Facer is an American actress and singer.
Born : 2001
She is best known for playing the role of Joe’s daughter, Dani, on the sitcom Melissa & Joey from 2014 to 2015.
Facer’s first major role was in the TV movie Love’s Christmas Journey in 2011, in which she played the role of Annabelle. For this role, she won the Young Artist Award for Best Leading Young Actress in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special.
Born : 26 March 1992 ( 26 )
Haley Ramm is an American actress.
She played young Jean Grey in X-Men: The Last Stand and appeared in multiple episodes of the CBS drama Without a Trace throughout 2007 and 2008. Ramm has co-starred in the ABC Family drama Chasing Life during from 2014 to 2015.
Olesya Rulin is a Russian-American actress.
Born : 1986
She is best known for co-starring in all three films of the High School Musical franchise as Kelsi Nielsen. She also starred in the films Private Valentine: Blonde & Dangerous (2008), Flying By (2009), Expecting Mary (2010), and Family Weekend (2013).
Eliza Bennett is an English actress.
Born : 1992
Her most notable roles have been those of Meggie Folchart in the film Inkheart, Tora in the film Nanny McPhee, Susan in From Time to Time and playing Holly Manson in the West End musical Loserville. Bennett starred on the MTV black comedy series Sweet/Vicious as Jules Thomas.
Bennett landed her first role as Jemima in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the London Palladium in 2002 aged nine. She got her first film role playing Princess Arabella in 2004’s The Prince & Me. In 2005 Bennett landed one of her biggest film roles, playing Tora in Nanny McPhee.
Pompey closed the gap on the automatic promotion places with a deserved 2-0 victory over Scunthorpe at a windy Fratton Park.
It was a dominant display from the Blues and there was a palpable sense of relief around the ground when Omar Bogle finally scored in the second half to make their dominance count.
Scunthorpe never looked like finding the net at the other end and the hosts made sure of the points thanks to a fine finish from Jamal Lowe late on.
Kenny Jackett stuck with the same side that won at Walsall earlier in the week, with skipper Brett Pitman playing just behind Bogle.
But with James Vaughan having not recovered from a back injury, Lloyd Isgrove took his place on the bench.
It was a blustery afternoon on the south coast, with the conditions clearly making life difficult for both sides.
So it was perhaps understandable that the passing on show was wayward at best in the opening exchanges.
Lowe and Viv Solomon-Otabor were looking lively on the wings, however, and the former had an effort that sailed narrowly over.
It was pretty quiet at the other end of the pitch, although a tame effort from Tony McMahon flew comfortably into Craig MacGillivray’s arms.
Bogle had a couple of shots blocked, but the first decent opening did not arrive until 26 minutes had been played.
Solomon-Otabor threaded a fine pass through to Lowe, who took the ball around Iron keeper Jak Alnwick, but – from a tight angle – could not force it past defender Harrison McGahey.
Pompey were enjoying plenty of possession and applying pressure on the visitors’ defence as the first half progressed.
And they almost broke the deadlock just before the interval after Solomon-Otabor’s delivery was only cleared as far as Bogle.
He managed to dig out a shot that Alnwick did well to save and when Pitman put the ball back into the centre, a stretching Lowe could not make a clean connection with the goal gaping.
Solomon-Otabor then slipped off the ball and required treatment on the pitch, but was okay to continue.
It was only a brief return to action for the loanee, though, who soon had to make way for Gareth Evans.
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The substitute had the first chance of the second half with a drilled effort from the edge of the box that was deflected past the post.
He then hit another 20-yard effort narrowly wide after the ball had been worked to him from a throw.
Clear-cut openings were proving to be at a premium, although Alnwick leapt out a bending Lee Brown attempt on the hour mark.
A longer-range strike from Tom Naylor then fizzed past the post, as the hosts continued to dominate without really going close to scoring.
Pompey were trying their best to raise the tempo – with the wind still swirling around the ground – and Brown was denied what would have been a soft penalty for an apparent push.
Alnwick did well to stop his side falling behind on 68 minutes, tearing off his line to bravely prevent Lowe from converting Evans’ ball into the box.
But the Blues finally made their pressure count moments later following a foul on Lowe by Rory McArdle.
Evans’ free-kick was flicked on for Close, but BOGLE took the ball and spun sharply before leaving Alnwick flat-footed with his finish.
The hosts tried to put the result beyond doubt and Brown’s cross was just too high for Pitman, while the left-back then saw a shot deflected behind.
Bogle received a warm reception as he made his way off the pitch to be replaced by Oli Hawkins for the final few minutes.
And the win was wrapped up on 87 minutes when LOWE collected the ball from the right, used his touch to make space and then lashed home a fine finish.
It meant that the Fratton faithful could relax for the closing stages, as Pompey comfortably saw the game out.
Pompey (4-2-3-1): MacGillivray; Thompson, Burgess, Clarke, Brown; Naylor, Close; Lowe, Pitman (c) (Donohue 89), Solomon-Otabor (Evans 45+2); Bogle (Hawkins 85)
Goals: Bogle 71, Lowe 87
Subs not used: Bass, Walkes, Haunstrup, Isgrove
Scunthorpe (3-4-1-2): Alnwick; McGahey, McArdle (c), Burgess; McMahon (Hammill 74), Perch, Ojo, Pearce; Thomas (Lewis 78); Wootton (Olomola 76), Novak
Subs not used: Flatt, Butroid, Webster, Hallam
Referee: Peter Wright
Attendance: 17,308 (198 away fans)