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Judd enters O's record books

3 September 2015

16-year-old joins list of youngest debutants

First-year scholar Myles Judd became one of the youngest players to make their Leyton Orient debut on Tuesday night.

The full-back replaced Lloyd James on the 83rd minute in the O's Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie away to Luton Town aged 16 years and 189 days old.

Judd's appearance saw him overtake former O John Martin to become the fifth youngest player to have made their competitive debut for the Club.

Paul Went continues to top the list having made his maiden appearance at the age of 15 years and 327 days, with Tommy Taylor in second place on 15 years and 334 days.

A list of the ten youngest players to have made their Orient debuts can be seen below:

Player                                   Age                                       

Paul Went                             15 years and 327 days   

Tommy Taylor                      15 years and 334 days

Chris Bart-Williams               16 years and 131 days

Mark Smith                          16 years and 144 days   

Myles Judd                           16 years and 189 days

John Martin                          16 years and 280 days

Brian Saah                          16 years and 285 days

Gaby Zakuani                      16 years and 291 days

John Chiedozie                    16 years and 324 days

Victor Adeboyejo                 16 years and 337 days


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