Jake Cassidy (Wolves - striker) Equalised as the U21's drew 2-2 with Stoke last Sunday.  Cassidy has not quite managed to reach the highs of his loan spell at Tranmere - so a goal and a lively performance will have done his confidence no harm at all.  He was joined in the starting XI by Robbie Parry (Wolves - midfielder) who played 51 minutes.

Jake Charles (Huddersfield - midfielder) Made an appearance off the bench as the development side beat rivals Leeds 2-1. Chris Dawson (Leeds - midfielder) started for Leeds. 

Paul Dummett (Newcastle - defender) Started as Newcastle travelled to Morecambe in the Capitol One cup second round.  The former Wales U21 international played 90 minutes in the 2-0 win.

Jake Eyre (Sheffield Utd - midfielder) Mae himself a hero by scoring the winner in the Sheffield mini derby this week.  Eyre volleyed the winner into the top corner to guarantee all three points.  He was joined in the starting XI by Ioan Evans (Sheffield Utd - defender).   
Matthew Harriott (Unnatached - midfielder) Has joined Northampton town until the end of the season after being released by Sheffield Utd.  He made four first team appearances for the Blades. 
Adam Henley (Blackburn - defender) Limped off with a tight hamstring after 39 minutes of his sides U21 encounter last Sunday against Sunderland.  Henley who missed a large part of last season due to hamstring problems will hope that it's not as serious this time around.

Lloyd Isgrove (Southampton - midfielder) Started for Saints as they thrashed Barsnley 5-1 at Oakwell in the Capitol One Cup on Tuesday evening.  The Wales U21 international played 71 minutes and will benefit from his first competitive senior game. 

Daniel James (Hull - striker) Made an impact off the bench as the youth team beat Chesterfield 3-1.  City secured the win with a solo goal from substitute James. He picked the ball up on halfway, ran at the Chesterfield defence and from just inside the box fired a left foot shot into the bottom corner. He was joined in the starting XI by Alex Penny (Hull - defender).

Declan John (Cardiff City - defender) Made another first team start as City travelled to Accrington Stanley in the Capitol One Cup.  

Peter Smith (Wolves - striker) & Declan Weeks (Wolves - midfielder) Were both on the score sheet as the U18's crushed Leicester City 6-1 last week.  Smith curled one in with his left foot before Weeks scored with his second attempt after a smart run into the box.  He also scored in midweek as the U18's were thrashed 6-1 by Man Utd.

Macauley Southam (Cardiff City - midfielder) & Ben Watkins (Cardiff City - midfielder) Scored the goals as the U18's drew 2-2 with QPR.

Louis Thompson (Swindon - midfielder) Played 30 minutes during the second half as Swindon dumped QPR out of the Capitol One Cup.  Thompson was introduced as a substitute and joined elder brother Nathan Thompson (Swindon - defender) on the field.

Billy Waters (Crewe - midfielder) Picked up two assists in an impressive performance against Coventry U21's.  Waters who was on standby for the Wales U21's for the game against Finland was a constant threat from set pieces in the 4-1 win.  Aaron Phillips (Coventry - defender) started for the Sky Blues.

George Williams (Fulham - striker) Hit an 89th minute winner as the U18's beat Reading 4-3 on Wednesday afternoon.  Williams was a constant thorn in the Reading defence and pounced to wrap it up with a minute to spare.  Jordan Evans (Fulham - midfielder) also picked up an assist.