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Jamie Young is a goalkeeper who has established himself as first choice at the Recreation Ground since signing for Aldershot Town in March 2010. After making his debut from the bench against Bury, he has since gone on to create a run of 60 consecutive first-team games for the Shots. Jamie was born in Australia but after attending the Queensland Academy of Sport he earned a place as a scholar at Reading. Jamie went on to represent England at U18, U19 and U20 levels but his first-team experience with the Royals was restricted to a single appearance as a substitute. He moved on to Wycombe Wanderers but after a spell in the team lost his place and left the club in January 2010.
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