Second-year students Brandon Watts and Callum O'Reilly are joined by Imran
Uche from the first year.
All three have been regulars in the Beavers` under-18 side that currently
top the Ryman Youth League West Division, Watts and O'Reilly have also played a
major role in Middlesex FA reaching the Final of the FA County Youth Cup.
Seventeen-year-old Watts is comfortable at both centre-back and right-back
and reads the game very well for a young player.
O'Reilly, 18m is a technically gifted wide player, with a knack scoring
crucial goals and Uche, who was on the books of Southend United, can operate
both as a centre-back or holding midfielder who is very composed on the ball
and only 16 years old stands 6' 4" and is still growing.
They join fellow academy student Tom Peel who registered earlier in the
season, making his debut against Dunstable Town in the Emirates FA Cup.
Dowson said: "The under-18s are enjoying an excellent season, and it
is always pleasing to be able to give youngsters the opportunity to step up,
credit must go to Koo Dumbuya, Steve Bates and the academy staff for the work
they have carried out in the players` development".