Jake Cassidy (Wolves - striker) Started
as Wolves travelled to The Reebok to face Bolton last Saturday. The
Wales U21 international played 46 minutes before being replaced in the
2-0 defeat. He missed the 3-1 defeat to Huddersfield through illness.
Jake Eyre (Sheffield Utd
- midfielder) Made an appearance for the U21's from the bench on Tuesday afternoon. Eyre came on after 77
minutes as the development side beat Leeds 1-0.
Jordan Evans (Fulham - midfielder) Picked up a goal and an assist as the U18's beat Bolton 4-1. The Cottagers strengthened their position at the top of Barclays Under-18 Premier League Elite Group.
Kieron Freeman (Derby - defender)
Started and played 90 minutes for the Rams as they welcomed Ipswich to
Pride Park last weekend. The Wales U21 international also signed a new
contract last week.
Lloyd Isgrove (Southampton - midfielder) Picked up another 90 minutes as the U21's managed to gun down Arsenal. The win made it back to back wins for the U21's.
Gethin Jones (Everton - midfielder) Picked up an assist as
the U18's thrashed Crystal Palace 5-1 last weekend.
Alex Nicholson (Newcastle - defender) Continued his return from injury with 90 minutes for the U21's as they beat Norwich 2-0 on Tuesday. Nicholson has been a
regular for the development side this season.
George Ray (Crewe - defender) Made
his first senior start for the Railwaymen as they welcomed high flying
Doncaster to Gresty Road. Ray who made his debut in the St Johnstone's
Paint final last weekend, played 90
minutes in the 2-1 defeat.
Mason Spence (MK Dons - defender) Has been told that he will not be offered a new contract when his existing one expires this summer.
(Fulham - striker) Bagged a hat-trick as the U18's beat Southampton
4-2 on Saturday morning. The Cottagers showed no signs of jet lag after
winning the Dallas Cup last week. The other Welshman in the starting
XI was Jordan Evans (Fulham - midfielder).
Harry Wilson (Liverpool - striker) Made another appearance for the U18's as they thumped Wolves 4-0 at the weekend.