Bournemouth defender Baily Cargill, the Cherries' first Development Squad Player of the Year winner, signs a new contract at the Goldsands Stadium until 2017.
Bournemouth defender Baily Cargill has signed a new contract at the Goldsands Stadium, which is to run until 2017.
The 17-year-old made his competitive debut for the Cherries in the League Cup first-round win at Exeter City, with manager Eddie Howe describing his performance as 'faultless'.
Cargill is quoted by the official Bournemouth website as saying: "It's not come easy. I've had to work hard for it and I think I deserve it."
The Winchester-born youngster, who also played for Leicester City and Southampton's academies, is the Cherries' first Development Squad Player of the Year winner.
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