Jonathan Bond (Watford - goalkeeper) Made
several fine saves as the Hornets stung Wycombe in the FA Youth Cup this week.
In terrible conditions, Bond was called into action regularly as Watford won
Jon Brown (Central
Mariners - striker) Is currently on a trial
period with Central Coast Mariners after being released by Cardiff City last season.
Kayleden Brown (WBA - striker) Struck early and decisively
as the Baggies beat Swansea youth at St Helens in the FA Youth Cup this week.
Brown played a one two before drilling the ball past the keeper in the 3-0 win.
Eliott Chamberlain (Leicester - striker) Scored the
clincher as the Leicester out foxed Coventry in the FA Youth Cup in midweek.
Chamberlain won a race with the defender before clipping the ball past the
keeper to notch the winner in a 3-2 victory.
Josh Dawkin (Norwich - midfielder) Made an appearance off
the bench as the Canaries were dumped out of the FA Cup by Carlisle last
weekend. Dawkin came on after 78 minutes with the game already won, with
Carlisle 3-1 up, but it was another taste of first team action for the Wales U19
Paul Dummett (Newcastle - defender) Played in the defence
that kept a clean sheet against Doncaster in the FA Youth Cup this week. The
Wales U19 international played 90 minutes in the 3-0 win.
Sam Hart (Preston - defender) Played 90 minutes as Preston
beat Man City in the shock win in the FA youth Cup this week. The Lilly whites
beat City 2-1.
Gerwyn Jones (Loyola Greyhounds / DC United -
defender) Has settled in well in the States, after completing an 8
match ban he helped the Greyhounds who had a dismal start to the season to win
the Metro Atlantic Conference Championship. Despite the ban he was voted into
the All Rookie Team. Now fully recovered from last seasons injuries, he joins DC
United in February.
Stephen Powell (Huddersfield - defender) Was another Wales
U19 international to get through to the next round of the FA Youth Cup as
Huddersfield beat Atherstone