Ryan Hall completed 90 minutes for the development squad and scored his first goal for the club in the win over Coventry City.
Hall, who joined on loan from Southend United earlier this month, doubled Leeds lead after defender Patrick Kisnorbo had opened the scoring in the first half.
The winger is short of match fitness having not started a game for his parent club since August.
Hall scored after being put in behind the Coventry defence, before he rounded the goalkeeper to score.
Leeds boss Neil Warnock indicated at the weekend that Hall would be facing an intense week of training as he attempts to catch up with the fitness of the rest of the first team squad.
Hall can play no part for Leeds in their League Cup tie with Southampton this evening having already played in the competition for Southend.
The development side also gave the opportunity for Paul Green to improve his fitness having made just one appearance since the opening day of the season.
Green also completed 90 minutes in the right back position; with development manager Neil Redfearn, saying Green was outstanding.
The side also included goalkeeper Paul Rachubka, whilst the rest of the side was made up of first and second year professionals.
Billy Daniels scored a late consolation for Coventry who included Kevin Kilbane, Reece Brown and Roy O`Donovan in their side.
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