He said: "The A League is the shop window for finding young talent. Dean Ryan and all the coaches come to watch, so it is an opportunity for these young guys to perform well and get noticed and break their way into the first team."
Cavaliers lost to Gloucester United on Monday evening but Vesty felt that there were a number of positives to take from the game.
"It was a tough game but some of the younger guys did well tonight," continued Vesty.
"There were some very positive aspects from the game including some flowing moves from the backs."
"We made some changes at the break and we came out and played a lot better.
"In the first-half we weren't decisive enough and didn't impose ourselves on them, but in the second period we showed glimmers of what we are capable of," added Vesty.
Cavaliers travel to Northampton next Monday for their second A League game of the season.
And Vesty is hoping the younger players will build on their Gloucester performance.
He concluded: "We've got matches on most Monday nights over the next couple of months for some of the young guys to demonstrate what they can do.
"It is a chance for these guys to show what they've got and fans should definitely come and watch if they get the chance as there will always be some quality players in action."