CHERRIES ace Lewis Cook continued his successful run as part of the England under-21 squad, as the Young Lions sealed a 1-0 win in Andorra.

Cook, who had previously not missed minute in European qualifiers against the Netherlands, Latvia and Scotland, this time came off the bench to replace Arsenal’s Ainsley Maitland-Niles after 76 minutes.

Everton midfielder Tom Davies scored the winner for Aidy Boothroyd’s men, who top Group Four with 10 points from their opening four games.

Elsewhere, Connor Mahoney played his first 90 minutes for the England under-20s set-up.

The former Blackburn Rovers man, who joined Cherries in the summer, played his part in the age-group’s 4-0 win over their Czech Republic counterparts at St George’s Park.

Mahoney helped Keith Downing’s men take the lead during the encounter. His corner found the head of Leicester’s Darnell Johnson, who opened the scoring in the 17th minute.

Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale was an unused substitute during the clash.

Meanwhile, Cherries keeper Mark Travers helped the Republic of Ireland’s under-19s qualify for the UEFA European Championship Elite Round, after a 2-1 win over Serbia.

The Cherries stopper, who is currently on loan at Southern League Premier Weymouth, played 90 minutes as the hosts battled back to win from a goal down.