A look at the Leyton Orient's youngsters out on loan
Harry Lee and Sandro Semedo- Barrow v Wellling United
Leyton Orient midfielder Harry Lee started in the first XI for Welling United as Sandro Semedo was named as a substitute as the Wings drew 1-1 with Barrow in their National League match on Saturday.
Lee remained on the pitch for the full 90 minutes as defender Steve Williams’ own goal gave Welling the lead in the 42nd minute.
Eight minutes after half-time Barrow’s number 10 Andy Cook equalised with a header placed in the bottom right corner. In the dying minutes of the game Lee created a flurry of chances, just missing the target with a left-footed strike from outside the box.
The Wings will hope to progress in the FA Cup this weekend as they travel to Ryman Premier side Grays Athletic.
Montel Agyemang - Grays Athletic v Lewes
The Orient loan player Montel Agyemang didn’t feature in Grays’ 4-0 victory over Lewes in the Ryman Premier Divisionas he was suffering from an injury.
The Blues steamed ahead scoring after just three minutes via Jake Hutchins’ first-ever goal for the club. Soon after a cross found Dumebi GB-Dumaka in the box and he slotted the all into the bottom right corner to make it 2-0.
Dumaka scored in the 35th minute as he buried the ball into the back of the net with a powerful header. To add insult to injury Grays scored their fourth and final goal through James Stevens in the last 10 minutes of the game after a nice bit of football between himself and Joao Carlos.
* Meanwhile, congratulations to two former Leyton Orient Academy youngsters Kaylen Hinds and Kazaiah Sterling, who featured for England Under-17s in their 1-1 World Cup draw against Guines on Saturday.
Hinds, now with Arsenal, scored England's goal in the draw, while Sterling came off the bench in the closing stages of the draw.
England U17s are next in action tomorrow night when they face Brazil.