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Young Guns: Weekly update -Tuesday 22nd April

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Latest weekly Young Guns update from Owain Jones.

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Jake Charles (Huddersfield - striker) Was once again on the scoresheet as the U18s beat Millwal 4-1 in Professional Development League Two.  Charles also played 72 minutes for the U21s as they drew 2-2 with Coventry, who included George Thomas (Coventry - striker) in the starting XI.

Kyle Copp (Swansea City - defender) Ryan Hedges (Swansea City - striker) & Josh Sheehan (Swansea City - midfielder & Connor Roberts (Swansea City midfielder) Were amongst the goals as the youth team beat The New Saints 6-1 to become FA Youth Cup Final champions on  Wednesday night.  

Cole Dasilva (Chelsea - defender) Made an appearance for the U18's at the tender age of 14 as Chelsea travelled with a squad of 11 schoolboys to the North East.  Dasilva, one of three talented brother snapped up from Luton for an undisclosed fee, qualifies for Wales through his Nan.  

Michael Doughty (QPR/Stevenage - midfielder) Slotted past the keeper to open Stevenage's account in a free scoring game.  His side eventually lost 3-2 to Colchester.  

Paul Dummett (Newcastle - defender) Was back in the starting line up as Newcastle entertained Stoke City.  The left back played 90 minutes as a left midfielder in the 1-0 defeat.

Gwion Edwards (Swansea City/Crawley Town - midfielder) Made his debut and scored his first league goal as Crawley Town beat Tranmere 2-0.  Edwards poked the ball low past Owain Fon Williams in the Tranmere goal.  

Connor Lemonheigh-Evans (Bristol City - striker) Scored in consecutive games as the U18s beat Barnsley and QPR in the professional development league.  Evans has signed a professional contract at the club along with talented midfield duo Tom Fry (Bristol City - midfielder) and Wales U17 captain Joe Morrell (Bristol City - midfielder).

Morgan Fox (Charlton - defender) Is being linked to a new deal at the club after impressing new manager Jose Riga.  The Wales U21 internationals current deal expires in the summer.  Fox started for the Addicks on good Friday and played 90 minutes in the 0-0 draw.  

Dan Gossett (Oldham - defender) Was one of the scorers as the Latics lost 3-2 to Morecambe.  Gosset hasn't been afforded the first team opportunities that came his way last season and will look to regroup over the summer.  

Gethin Jones (Everton - defender) Has been offered a professional contract at Goodison Park after some impressive performances for the U18 and U21 sides.  

Billy O'Brien (Man City - goalkeeper) Kept a clean sheet as the U18s beat West Ham 3-0 at the weekend.  The Wales U19 international made several smart saves as the Blues clinched three points and took the side another step closer to the North Division title.  

Bradley Reid (Wolves/Wrexham - striker) Warmed up for the derby game against Chester with two goals against Tranmere in their reserve team clash on Wednesday afternoon.  

Callum Saunders (Crewe - striker) Notched a brace as the U18s finished the regular season with a 4-1 win against Bristol City.  Saunders also found out this week that he has been offered a professional contract at the club.

Curtis Strong (Stoke - defender) Picked up an assist as the U18s drew 1-1 Blackburn on Tuesday afternoon.  

Louis Thompson (Swindon - midfielder) Continued to make an impression for Swindon with the only goal of the game as the Robins stung Brentford last Saturday.  Thompson scored on the stroke of half time to claim all three points.  

Jordan Williams (Liverpool - defender) Started in the holding role as the U21s battled it out in a mini derby against an Everton side with Gethin Jones (Everton - defender) in the starting XI.  The game finished 1-1.  

Harry Wilson (Liverpool - midfielder) Made a return from injury as the U18s beat WBA 4-2. Wilson has been called into the Wales U19 squad to face Montenegro at the end of the month.
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