Paris Lock moved on to the next stage in his development with his first taste of senior football elsewhere at the weekend.
The Academy forward, who starred in last season’s FA Youth Cup run by scoring the goal that knocked out Burnley, made his first appearance on loan with Molesey. Although the Elmbridge side - who are under new management - were beaten 4-0 at AFC Croydon Athletic in the Combined Counties League, it was still another landmark occasion for the talented Wimbledon youngster.
Midfielder Morgan Williams, who was on the bench for our game at Bolton Wanderers, has joined Colliers Wood United along with striker Aron Sasu. Williams started the game while Sasu, who made an appearance in our EFL Trophy game against Crystal Palace, came on as a substitute for their new side - who were beaten 3-0 at Walton and Hersham.
Defender Isaac Ogundere continues to enjoy his football, under the leadership of our former midfielder Sammy Moore with Potters Bar Town. Even though he was shown a late yellow card, he helped keep a clean sheet in a 1-0 win at Bowers & Pitsea in the Isthmian League.
Midfield duo Elliott Bolton and Alfie Bendle were both involved in a goalless, but entertaining draw for Corinthian-Casuals with Lewes. Defender Huseyin Biler and winger Dylan Adjei-Hersey were part of a Merstham side beaten 1-0 at Haringey Borough.
Having made a positive start to the game, defender Jack Currie was shown a yellow in Eastbourne Borough’s 2-0 defeat at Ebbsfleet United in National League South. Former AFC Wimbledon players Craig Tanner and Dom Poleon with the goals.
Zach Robinson played just under three quarters of the game and fellow striker David Fisher came on as a substitute in Hampton & Richmond’s 1-1 draw at Chippenham Town. Goalkeeper Zaki Oualah was beaten twice by former Dons striker Tommy Wood, as Billericay Town lost 2-0 to Tonbridge Angels.