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24 September 2018

Scott Moloney

Scott was on the bench for Skelmersdale United as they drew 0-0 at home to Newcastle Town.

United were chasing their first win of the season, and the task was made easier after Town were reduced to 10 men in the 83rd minute.

Despite twice hitting the post, Skem were unable to find the crucial finish and the game finished all-square.


Harry Bunn

Harry was left out of the Southend United squad due to a foot injury that he picked up in training. Southend went on to secure a 1-0 victory over Joey Barton's Fleetwood Town at Roots Hall.

Harry has so far made four appearances for the Shrimpers since joining them in August.


Jordan Archer

Jordan was an unused substitute for Maidenhead United as they fell 2-0 to Barrow in Cumbria.

Former Shaker John Rooney gave the home side the lead in the 25th minute, and Tyler Smith sealed the win 16 minutes from time.

Joe Skarz

Joe Skarz was absent from the FC Halifax Town squad as they suffered their first home loss of the season, as they went down 2-1 against Hartlepool United.

Captain Matty Brown was shown a red card early in the second half, and Hartlepool took the lead from a penalty kick from the same incident.

Things got worse soon after, as Matty Kosylo also received his marching orders. With just 9-man on the field, Halifax conceded a second through Nicky Featherstone, as he fired home following a short corner.

Jacob Hanson pulled one back for the Shaymen with just 2 minutes of regular time remaining, but it proved to be a mere consolation.

Tom Aldred

Tom started and finished the game for Motherwell as they lost 1-0 against Aberdeen.

James Wilson's 6th minute strike was enough to claim maximum points for the Dons.


Scott Burgess

Scott was left out of Wrexham's squad as they faced Sutton United at the Knights Community Stadium.

First-half goals from Jamie Collins and Kieron Cadogan had given Sutton a two-goal advantage, and the dismissal of Wrexham's Luke Summerfield on the stroke of half-time made their task even harder.

Craig Eastmond secured three goals and three points early in the second half, as they ran out 3-0 victors.

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