Grant Basey (Charlton - defender/midfielder)
Played another 90 minutes at centre back as the Addicks look to find a
position for the talented U21 international. Basey scored with a half volley as
the reserves beat a Glenn Hoddle Academy XI 2-0.
Richard Blythe (Aston Villa - midfielder)
Scored with a 25 yard screamer as the reserves thrashed Reading 6-0 last
weekend. The midfielder has just been called up to the Wales U19 squad and was
joined in the starting XI last Saturday by Tomos Roberts
(Aston Villa - defender) who also got the call from Brian
Billy Bodin (Swindon - striker) Picked up
two assists as the reserves beat Plymouth 3-2 on Tuesday. Bodin had a hand in
the first and third goals.
Kurtney Brooks (Watford - midfielder)
Started as the reserves cruised to victory against Peterbrough this week.
Brooks played 75 minutes as the Hornets won 4-1.
Kayleden Brown (WBA - striker) Struck one
as the U18 team thrashed Crewe 7-2 last Saturday morning. Brown has been in good
form this season and will be raring to go when the U19 qualifiers come
Nathan Craig (Everton - midfielder) + Aristote
Nsiala (Everton - defender) Both started as the reserves beat Bolton
1-0 on Monday night. They were joined in the match day squad by Connor
Roberts (Everton - goalkeeper) who was an unused sub.
Keiron Freeman (Nottingham Forest -
defender) And the U18 team recorded a second consecutive victory with
three points against Barnsley last Saturday. Freeman scored the second goal
following an indirect free kick as the team won 3-1. This followed on from a
clean sheet against Sheffield Wednesday the previous weekend.
Aaron Holloway (Bristol City -
defender/midfielder) Scored as the U18 team came from 2-0 down against
Cardiff City to win 3-2. Holloway lashed in his sides equaliser as they went on
to win 3-2.
Reece Jones (Fulham - midfielder) Made a
very late appearance off the bench as the reserves beat Pompey 2-0 on Tuesday
night. Jones was a last minute sub for a player who had only just got on
Jack Mackreth (Tranmere Rovers
midfielder) Under 18, narrowly missed his hat trick whilst
playing for the Tranmere second String against Sheffield United, having scored
2, Mackreth broke to be pulled down in the box, he stepped up to take the kick
in the last minute which was saved by the keeper.
Kerry Morgan (Swansea - striker) Who got
an early season chance at the Swans will spend a loan period with high flying
Newport County. Morgan made his first appearance of the season in the Carling
Cup win against Brighton before making his first start seven days later against
Patrick Otte (Middlesbrough - defender)
And his fellow team mates kept a second consecutive clean sheet last weekend as
the U18 team beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-0. He also got valuable game time last
week for the reserves, playing 45 minutes in the back
Gareth Partidge (Shrewsbury - midfielder) Kept his
fine early season form with another goal as the youth team beat a Walsall team
containing Sean Geddes (Walsall - midfielder) 2-0.
(Norwich - defender/midfielder) Was another U19 international to get on
the score sheet for his U18 side as they came from behind to draw 2-2 with
Arsenal at the weekend. Stephens turned his man before firing past the keeper
for the equaliser.
Jake Taylor (Reading - striker) Crossed
for his team mate to score the first as the Royals beat the Swans in a second
string encounter 4-0 on Wednesday afternoon.