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    Young Guns: Weekly update - Monday 31st March.

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    Latest weekly Young Guns update from Owain Jones.

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    Jordan Cranston (Wolves - defender) Is heading out on loan for his first taste of senior first team football at Nuneaton Town.  The Wales U19 international 
    Paul Dummett (Newcastle - defender) Started and played 90 minutes as the Magpies beat Crystal Palace 1-0 last weekend.  Dummet was starting his fourth consecutive game.  

    Gwion Edwards (Swansea City - midfielder) Scored with a fortuitous cross-come shot which dropped into the net against Millwall.  The development side are now fourth in Development League Two after their 3-0 win.  Edwards will now join Crawley Town on an initial one month loan. 

    Jordan Evans (Fulham - defender) & Josh Pritchard (Fulham - midfielder)
    Started for the U21's as they travelled to Sunderland.  Evans was subbed after 68 minutes and Pritchard played the full 90 minutes in the 1-0 defeat.  

    Adam Henley (Blackburn - defender)
    Was back in the starting line up as rovers drew 1-1 with top of the table Leicester City at Ewood Park. Henley played 88 minutes and unfortunately will not play again this season after injurying his ankle.  
    James Loveridge (Swansea City/MK Dons - striker) Made his his MK Dons debut as a sub in their 1-0 home defeat to Gillingham.  Loveridge will hopefully benefit from some valuable senior game time as he looks to continue his development.

    Liam O'Neil (WBA - defender) Was an unused sub as the senior side went down to a 2-0 defeat against Hull.   

    Bradley Reid (Wolves - striker) Scored the third and decisive goal as the U21's beat Bolton away this week.  Reid, on as a sub, was teed up and fired past the keeper.  Reid is another Welsh youth international heading out on loan - the young striker will head back to former club Wrexham for the remainder of the season.

    Billy Waters (Crewe - midfielder) Fired a hat-trick as the development as the U21's drew 3-3 with Barnsley.  Waters sampled first team action a few weeks back and will have done his chance of a recall no harm his three goals.
    Posted: Monday 31st March 2014
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