In windy and cold conditions, Jarryd Richardson and his Independent Schools Football Association (ISFA) Under 16 teammates took on Australia at Clifton College.
In a first half where ISFA controlled possession, Australia looked very threatening on the counter, it was the England side that took the lead from the penalty spot as Braiden Hall calmly stroked the ball home.
Australia then equalized after a long ball from their 'keeper allowed the Australian striker to head the ball home.
Sam Long pulled off a superb double save before the England Captain, Drew Baker headed home for a 2-1 half time lead.
Although playing against the wind in the second half, Australia came out all guns firing and on the front foot. However, ISFA then settled and again looked to control the possession and tempo.
Hall scored again from the spot after being brought down in the area, Cian Spencer-McDermott made it 4 after he turned and finished superbly from outside of the area before Charlie Dixon made it 5, again from the penalty spot.