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Loan Watch - Saturday 22nd December

24 December 2018

We take a look at the Shakers currently out on loan, and see how they and their temporary sides got on this weekend...



Jordan Archer

Jordan came on in the 80th minute of Southport's 2-1 away win at Ashton United.

'Port were back in Vanarama National League action after their FA Cup replay against Tranmere earlier in the week. Jack Sampson gave the visitors the lead just 2 minutes into the contest and David Morgan doubled their lead. Within 5 minutes Ashton pulled one back, however it turned out to be no more than a consolation.


Harry Bunn

Harry was absent from Southend's squad as they suffered a 2-1 home defeat to Rochdale.

Jordan Williams gave Dale a 23rd minute lead, but John White's 81st-minute headed looked to have secured a point for the Shrimpers. Three minutes from time, Callum Camps headed home to secure maximum points for the visitors.


Chris Sang

Chris was an unused substitute for Alty for their game against Darlington, after his loan spell at Marine came to an end.

Darlington took an early lead after just 8 minutes, but Josh Hancock levelled matters just 2 minutes later. The visitors re-took the lead after 25 minutes, and further extended their advantage just one minute before the interval.

There was still time for another first-half goal, as former Shaker Max Harrop brought Altrincham back into the contest. It was a quieter second-half goals wise, with just the one scored. Thankfully for the home side, it went their way as Ashley Hemmings equalised to bring it back to 3-3. There were no more goals in the final 25 minutes and both sides had to settle for a point apiece.


Joe Skarz

Joe was left out of the AFC Halifax squad as they lost 1-0 at home to Sutton United.

Craig Eastmond won the game for the visitors in the fourth minute of stoppage time to secure maximum points.


Tom Aldred

Tom played the full 90 minutes for Motherwell as they fell to a home defeat against St Mirren.

Simeon Jackson scored the only goal of the game in the 68th minute, as St Mirren secured their third of the season. They currently sit 11th in the Scottish Premiership, with Motherwell lying 9th.

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