Find out how the Shakers currently on loan fared over the Easter period...
Southend travelled to Walsall, where Harry played seventy-eight minutes in a 1-1 draw. They then hosted Burton Albion, winning 3-2. Harry played seventy-three minutes and scored the second goal for his temporary side.
Joe played the full match in both of Halifax’s Easter fixtures. First, they travelled to Hartlepool, falling to a 2-1 defeat. They then hosted Wrexham, winning 2-1 themselves. The results leave the Shaymen sixteenth in the Conference Premier.
York City kicked off their Easter weekend with a home defeat against Spennymoor Town; Scott was replaced after 60 minutes in the tie. The Minstermen then travelled to Bradford Park Avenue, where Scott featured in the full game. He helped his temporary side to a 3-1 victory!
Dougie played seventy-eight minutes of Stalybridge Celtic’s first game of the weekend, unfortunately, they fell to a 2-1 defeat when hosting Warrington Town. Celtic then travelled to Hyde United, but again fell to a defeat, with Dougie playing the full game. Hyde were 1-0 winners thanks to a strike from Deane Smalley after twenty-four minutes.
Tom and Motherwell had just one game this weekend, as the Scottish season entered the second phase. The ‘Well travelled to Hamilton, where Tom played the full game. They did take the lead through Turnbull after half an hour, but they conceded late on to Ogkmpoe as the points were shared in a 1-1 draw.
Jordan didn’t feature in either of Southport’s fixtures over the Easter weekend, however his temporary side did collect four points! First they were 3-0 victors on the road at Curzon Ashton, before playing out an entertaining 2-2 draw when they hosted Kidderminster Harriers.