QPR under-23s maintained their winning run by securing a comfortable 3-0 win over Brentford's B team at Griffin Park last night.
The young Hoops have looked impressive so far this season, with several players being tipped to break into the first team over the course of this season.
We take a look at three of the team's stand-out performers from a memorable night against the Bees.
The forward looks set for a bright future in the game. Darbyshire opened the scoring last night against the Bees with a far-post header to set the Hoops on their way.
The 19-year-old signed a one-year professional contract back in March after scoring five goals in 20 appearances for Paul Hall's under-23s side last season, and looks set to pick up where he left off after an impressive pre-season and beginning of the new campaign.
The all-action midfielder scored twice for QPR against Brentford last night after coming off the bench. After being fouled 22 yards out, the 18-year-old fired a vicious free-kick into the bottom corner of the net, before wrapping up the win with another low effort from the edge of the area five minutes from time. The midfielder featured nine times throughout the 2016/17 season and will be hoping to kick on this term.
The defender has looked strong and capable since arriving at Loftus Road over the summmer. The 19-year-old made his debut for the Hoops in their pre-season victory over Peterborough United, and has cemented himself in Paul Hall's lineup for the forthcoming season. Phillips will be hopeful that a consistent season in the under-23s may lead to first team opportunities at the club or out on loan, as the defender looks more than capable of forging a career in the English game.