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    Young Guns: Weekly update - Sunday 16th March.

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    Latest weekly Young Guns update from Owain Jones.

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    Will Abbotts (Bolton - striker) Scored a brace as the U18's beat Wolves 3-2.  His first was scored from a rebound and the second with his head. 

    Daniel Byrnes (Oldham - midfielder) Celebrated a Wales U17 call up with an assist for the youth team against Carlisle.  Byrnes is fine run and cross was turned in as the Latics won 4-1.  Byrnes was also an unused sub for the senior team as they lost 2-0 Rotherham at Boundary Park.
    Jake Charles (Huddersfield - striker) Struck from the penalty spot as the U18's beat Sheffield Utd 2-0 last Saturday. 

    Chris Dawson (Leeds - midfielder) Scored as the U21's drew 2-2 with Crewe.  Dawson's performance was described as 'outstanding' by development coach Neil Redfearn.  
    Gwion Edwards (Swansea City - midfielder) Fired Swansea U21's to victory in Brighton on Monday night  The Wales U21 international cut inside before calmly slotting past the keeper for the only goal of the game. 

    Emyr Huws (Man City/Birmingham - midfielder) Scored a screamer as Birmingham drew 3-3 Burnley in midweek.  Huws controlled the ball off his chest before rifling in from 25 yards with his left foot.  

    Lloyd Isgrove (Southampton - midfielder) Will join the likes of Tom Lawrence and Emyr Huws out on loan as he looks to gain some invaluable senior game time.  Isgrove, who is highly thought of by the Wales youth team coaches will spend a month on loan at Peterborough Utd.  
    Billy O'Brien (Man City - goalkeeper) Kept a clean sheet as the U18's brushed aside Boro 4-0 last weekend. 

    Joe Morrell (Bristol City - midfielder) Is still making an impression at U18 and U21 level - the Wales U17 international picked up as assist as City's development side beat Brentford 2-1.  
    Billy Waters (Crewe - midfielder) Started for the first team as they travelled to Peterborough but was brought off as the Railwaymen tried to regain the lead.  Unfortunately for the Waters was replaced at half time in the 4-2 defeat. 
    George Williams (Fulham - striker) Started and played 70 minutes as the U21's beat Blackburn 3-0 to remain at the top of the Barclays U21 Premier League. 

    Jordan Williams (Liverpool - midfielder) Scored in normal time but his strike wouldn't be enough to guarantee the U18's a victory as they were dumped out of the FA Youth Cup by Reading on penalties.  Williams has been earning a lot of praise over the last few months after returning strongly from injury.

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