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    Young Guns: Weekly update - Tuesday 6th May.

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    Latest weekly Young Guns update from Owain Jones.

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    Will Abbotts (Bolton - striker)
    Scored twice in two games and finished the season in style.  The Wales U17 international scored and picked up an assist against West Ham, before netting the opener in a 4-2 defeat against Liverpool this weekend.  

    Tom Atyeo (Swansea City  - defender) & Corey Francis (Swansea City - midfielder) & Joseph Jones (Swansea City - defender) Connor Roberts (Swansea City - midfielder) & Alex Samuel (Swansea City - striker) Have all been offered pro contracts for next season.  All apart from Samuel who hails from Aberystwyth, are from the Swansea area.  

    Jake Charles (Huddersfield - striker) After a goal in midweek against their U21 side, Charles netted against the U18s as the Terriers beat QPR 2-1.  This weekend they claimed the Professional Development League Two with spot kick victory against Crewe.  Charles also scored in normal time.  

    Jordan Cranston (Wolves - defender) & Robbie Parry (Wolves - midfielder) Will not be offered new contracts at Molineux and will look to find new clubs over the summer.  Both have been regulars with the development team during the season and will now hope to thrive away at pastures new.  

    Chris Dawson (Leeds - midfielder) was an unused sub as Leeds finished the campaign with a 1-1 draw against Derby.  

    Jordan Evans (Fulham - defender) & George Williams (Fulham - striker) Enjoyed a run out on ITV as the U18s beat Chelsea 3-2 in the first leg of the FA Youth Cup at Craven Cottage.  They will look to finish the job next Monday at Stamford Bridge.  

    Morgan Fox (Charlton - defender) Was once again in the starting XI as The Addicks finished the season with a 3-1 against Watford and 3-0 away win at Blackpool.  

    Billy O'Brien (Man City - goalkeeper) Kept a clean sheet as the U18s travelled to Chelsea and won 4-0 to clinch the Northern Division Title.   

    Lloyd Isgrove (Southampton/Peterborough - midfielder) Scored his first senior league goal as Peterborough condemned Shrewsbury to League Two football.  Isgrove followed up to stroke home a rebound as the Posh won 4-2.  Tom Bradshaw (Shrewsbury - striker) scored for the Shrews.  Isgrove was named in the League One team of the week and has also seen his loan extended as Peterborough prepare for the play-offs.  

    Tom Lawrence (Man Utd - midfielder) Will return to Carrington following a successful loan at Yeovil Town.  Reports seem to suggest that the young midfielder will be offered a new contract at United as the club starts the process of releasing several of their academy players ahead of the summer.   

    Callum Preston (Birmingham - goalkeeper) Has been offered a professional contract at Birmingham after impressing the staff at the club.  Preston made his Wales U19 debut last week and has also spent a work experience stint with Worcester City this season.

    Tyler Roche (Cardiff City - midfielder) & Macauley Southam (Cardiff City - midfielder) & Ben Watkins (Cardiff City - midfielder) & Curtis Watkins (Cardiff City - defender) & Brad Wickham (Cardiff City - defender) Join the long list of of scholars lucky enough to be signing professional contracts as the 2013/14 season comes to a close.  The youngsters will link up with Kevin Cooper's U21s next season and follow in the footsteps of Tom James (Cardiff City - defender) who put pen to paper on a long term deal a few week ago.  

    Jake Taylor (Reading - midfielder) Stepped off the bench and picked up an assist in his sides 3-1 win against Doncaster Rovers.  He also made a 55th minute appearance from the bench as they drew 2-2 with Burnley and fell short of the play-off spots.  

    George Thomas (Coventry - striker) Was an unused sub as the Sky Blues drew 1-1 with promoted Wolves.  Thomas is highly though of at the club, could well see a lot more first team action next season.  

    Billy Waters (Crewe - midfielder) Continued his fine form for the development team with a goal in their 4-0 demolition of Cardiff City.  In the same game George Ray (Crewe - defender) was sent off.

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