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Loan Watch: Saturday 29th September

1 October 2018

Harry Bunn

Harry was left out of the Southend United squad for a second time due to a foot injury. Southend went on to secure a 3-2 victory over Gareth Ainsworth's Wycombe Wanderers at Adams Park, extending Wycombe's winless home run.


Joe Skarz

Joe Skarz was absent from the FC Halifax Town squad due to injury as they drew 2-2 away at Bromley.

The home side led 2-1 going into stoppage-time when Jordan Preston met a deep cross at the back post to grab a point for Halifax and deny Bromley their fourth win of the season.


Jordan Archer

Jordan was an unused substitute for Maidenhead United as they suffered a 3-0 defeat against Salford City.

Salford City went ahead in the 24th minute when Scott Wiseman played a one-two with Gaffney before sliding the ball underneath the 'keeper. Just two minutes later Rooney doubled the advantage. Devante Rodney wrapped it up for Salford in stoppage-time after being set up by Gaffney.


Scott Burgess

Scott was left out of Wrexham's squad as they faced Barnet at the Racecourse Ground.

Wrexham maintained their unbeaten record at the Racecourse this season with a 1-0 win, as Stuart Beavon scored the only goal of the game three minutes before the half-time.


Scott Moloney

Scott was on the bench for Skelmersdale United as they won 2-0 at away to local side Radcliffe FC.

It was a hard-fought win on the road for United, a victory that moved them off the bottom of the table to 18th.

United opened the scoring two minutes after the restart, with Luke Duffy's pass finding Sean Yeldrem who advanced on goal before slotting it past the 'keeper to make it 1-0.

Three minutes into stoppage-time Griffiths gained possession and picked out Edgar who slotted past the goalkeeper and confirmed a 2-0 win for the Yellows.


Tom Aldred

Tom started and finished the game for Motherwell as they lost 3-1 against Kilmarnock.

Kilmarnock came from behind to win, as goals from Chris Burke, Greg Stewart, and Eamonn Brophy fired Steve Clarke's men to a third victory in four matches and moved them up to third in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

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