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    Young Guns: Weekly update - Friday 6th December.

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    Latest weekly Young Guns update from Owain Jones.

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    Wes Burns (Bristol City - striker)
    Won a penalty and scored it but eventually finished on the losing side as the U21 side lost 2-1 to West Ham.  Joe Morrell (Bristol City - midfielder) played 90 minutes and Tom Fry (Bristol City - midfielder) was an unused sub.


    Jake Charles (Huddersfield - striker)
    Turned provider for his team mate but unfortunately his side lost 2-1 to Sheffield Utd U18's.


    Christian Dibble (Barnsley - goalkeeper) Was on the bench for the first team as they travelled to Brighton.  The young keeper was an unused sub in the 2-1 defeat.


    Paul Dummett (Newcastle - defender)
    Played his first 90 minutes for the U21's as they defeated Chelsea 2-1 on Monday afternoon.  Dummett was making his first appearance since injuring his hamstring in November.


    Morgan Fox (Charlton/Notts County - defender) Made his debut for Notts County last weekend - coming on as a second half sub in the 1- defeat to Brentford.


    Declan John (Cardiff City - defender) Started for Cardiff as they faced Stoke at the Britannia Stadium.  The young full back played 90 minutes in the 0-0 draw.


    Tom Lawrence (Man Utd/Carlisle - midfielder)
    Picked up his first minutes for Carlisle away at Swindon.  Lawrence played just over half an hour in the 3-1 defeat.  Louis Thompson (Swindon - midfielder) started for the Robins.


    Sam Molyneux (Shrewsbury - striker) Scored the only goal of the game as the youth team beat Morecambe 1-0.  He also played 90 minutes for the reserves against Port Vale.


    George Williams (Fulham - striker) Started for the U21's as they welcomed Everton earlier in the week.  Williams was a threat in his sides 2-1 win.

    Harry Wilson (Liverpool - midfielder) Was back on the scoresheet as the U18's drew a pulsating game with Newcastle.  Wilson burst clear of the defence before chipping the ball over the keeper - the game finished 3-3.  

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