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Young Guns: Weekly update - Saturday 8th March.

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Arlen Birch (Everton - defender) On as a second half sub, curled a sublime left footed strike saw the Toffees come from behind to beat Man City U18's 2-1.  Gethin Jones (Everton - defender) started for Everton and Billy O'Brien (Man City - goalkeeper) was in goal for the visitors.  

Jake Cassidy (Wolves/Tranmere - striker) Continued his confidence rehabilitation with an assist as Tranmere drew 2-2 with Oldham.  Tomos Clarke (Oldham - defender) was an unused sub for the Latics.

Paul Dummett (Newcastle - defender) Once against started for the Magpies as they travelled to Hull.  Dummett played 90 minutes in the 4-1 win.  

Daniel James (Hull - midfielder) Picked up game time for the reserves as they beat Hartlepool 5-2.  James was introduced into the action after 70 minutes.  

Sam Jones (Leicester - defender) And his fellow defenders kept Chelsea at bay as the U18's outfoxed Chelsea 2-0 at Cobham last weekend.  Jones played 90 minutes.  

Tom Lockyer (Bristol Rovers - midfielder) was once again in the starting line and played 90 minutes in his sides 0-0 draw away at Northampton.  The young midfielder has made 36 appearances for the Gas men this season.  

Joe Morrell (Bristol City - midfielder) Impressed once again for the U21's as they beat Brighton 5-2.  Morrell also had the added bonus of two goals to his name.  Tom Fry (Bristol City - midfielder) was a second half sub.  

Bradley Reid (Wolves - striker) Scored the only goal of the game as the U21's beat WBA in a mini derby on Monday night.  Reid headed home a Jordan Cranston (Wolves - defender) cross to secure the win. 

George Thomas (Coventry - striker) Was once again on the scoresheet as the U18's beat Crystal Palace 4-2.  The Wales U17 international lobbed the keeper from 30 yards and also picked up an assist in the win.  

Billy Waters (Crewe - midfielder) Made another sub appearance as the Railwaymen came from 1-0 down to claim a point against Swindon.  Waters stepped off the bench after 61 minutes in the 1-1 draw.  Louis Thompson (Swindon - midfielder) played 90 minutes for Swindon.  Waters continued his fine week with two goals for the U21's as they cruised past Sheffield Utd 4-0. George Ray (Crewe - defender) also started for the Railwaymen as he continued his return from injury.  

Harry Wilson (Liverpool - midfielder) Scored twice and picked up an assist as the U18's cruised past Newcastle.  Wilson was a constant thorn in the 4-1 win.  The video bellow may highlight why the hopes are so high for the winger.
http://youth.lfc.vn  05'30" Wilson assist & 06'23" 1st goal & 07'40".

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