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    Young Guns: Weekly update - Thursday 7th November.

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    Dan Barrow (WBA - defender) Started as the U21's beat high flying Sunderland 2-1.  Barrow like Lloyd Jones (Liverpool) is another product of the Plymouth academy.  

    Jake Eyre (Sheffield Utd - striker) Returned to action against Barnsley after a four week injury lay-off.  The U18's won 2-0 and Eyre had Gareth Owen (Sheffield Utd - goalkeeper) for company on the team sheet.

    Jordan Evans (Fulham - midfielder) & George Williams (Fulham - striker) Scored three of the six goals as the U18's demolished Blackburn 6-0.  Evans grabbed his sides first before Williams got in on the act with a couple - one of which was a back-heel.  

    Morgan Fox (Charlton - defender) Got a run out for the U21's as they beat Southampton 2-1 earlier this week.

    Tom Fry (Bristol City - midfielder) Notched up an assist as the U18's beat Brentford 3-1 in West London.  The central midfielder has been with the club since the age of 12.  

    James Graham (Everton - defender) And his fellow defenders kept a clean sheet as the U18's beat Norwich City 1-0.

    Adam Henley (Blackburn - defender) Took another step towards the starting XI last weekend by making the first team bench against Middlesbrough.  Although Henley was an unused sub, he will be buoyed by the fact that he is now back in the match day squad.  The full back also started and played 90 minutes for the U21's as they lost 1-0 to Leicester this week.

    Emyr Huws (Man City - midfielder) Continued his return from injury with 90 minutes as the U21 side beat Norwich City 3-0 away in Norfolk.  

    Dan James (Hull - midfielder) Started his first game of the season and scored twice as the U18's beat Doncaster 5-2.  His Wales youth colleague Alex Penney (Hull - midfielder) was missing due to injury.

    Sam Molyneux (Shrewsbury - striker) Struck with six minutes remaining as the youth team beat Histon 2-1 away in the FA Youth Cup.  Also making an appearance in the encounter was Dominic Smith (Shrewsbury - defender) who was recently called up into the Wales U19 squad.

    Aaron Phillips (Coventry - defender) Retained his spot at right back as the Sky Blues entertained Notts County.  Phillips played 90 minutes in the 3-0 win.  

    Bradley Reid (Wolves - striker) Scored twice as the U18'a advanced to the next round of the FA Youth Cup with a 5-0 win over Burton Albion.  His second came from good work from Wales youth internationals Peter Smith (Wolves - striker) and captain Declan Weeks (Wolves - midfielder).

    Josh Rees (Nottingham Forest - midfielder) Played 90 minutes as the U21's drew 2-2 with a Leeds side that had Chris Dawson (Leeds - midfielder) in the starting line up.

    Tommy O'Sullivan (Cardiff City - midfielder) Was once again in the right place for the U21's as he popped up with the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win over Brighton.  The Wales U21 international curled the ball past the keeper to give his side all the points.  

    Harry Wilson (Liverpool - midfielder/winger) Made it six goals in four games with a brace against Reading U18's.  Wilson who seems to be in the form of his life scored twice in the first half as the Reds won 4-2.  The Wales international was joined in the starting XI by Jordan Williams (Liverpool - midfielder) who is getting some valuable game time after a long injury lay-off.

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