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Loan Watch: 16th February

18 February 2019

Scott Burgess

Scott played the full game for York, scoring a truly sensational winner seven minutes from time. His temporary side took the lead thanks to Kallum Griffiths, before Joe Ironside pulled one back for Kidderminster Harriers. However, it wasn’t enough, as thanks to Burgess, York returned home with all three points after a 2-1 victory.

Here is how York City’s Twitter described the winner “Pick that one out!!! Burgess has just scored a wonder goal - flicking ball over defender outside area and volleying into the top corner.” Click HERE to watch the goal over on Twitter.

Tom Aldred

Motherwell were 2-1 winners thanks to goals from Jake Hastie and David Turnbull either side of a Steven Naismith strike for Hearts. The game was deadlocked at 1-1 in second half stoppage time, before Ben Garuccio saw red in the second minute of added time. A minute later David Turnbull scored a last gasp winner for the ‘Well.   

Tom played the full ninety minutes in the win.

Dougie Nyaupembe

Dougie was present for the entirety of Stalybridge Celtic’s game at Gainsborough Trinity, where his temporary side left empty handed after a 1-0 loss. The only goal of the game came after seventy-seven minutes, leaving Stalybridge Celtic in twelfth place in the league table.

Jordan Archer

Bury forward Jordan Archer had to settle for a place on the bench on Saturday. He was introduced with fourteen minutes remaining, the game deadlocked at the time, with the score being 0-0. Unfortunately, he was unable to make the desired impact, meaning Southport had to settle for the point in a goalless draw at Darlington.

The point does see Liam Watson’s side just the seven points from the Play-Off places as they enter the crunch end of the campaign.

Harry Bunn

Harry was absent from the matchday squad for Southend’s entertaining home tie with Portsmouth on Saturday, as the forward is still recovering from an injury.

It was a real humdinger of a game at Roots Hall. Bury’s Checkatrade Trophy Semi-Final opponents raced into a 3-0 lead after just thirty-one minutes. Southend needed a hero, and up stepped Simon Cox, his hat-trick led to the points being shared with the game ending three all.

Joe Skarz

Another absentee through injury was Joe Skarz, his quad injury ruled him out of Halifax Town’s home game with Aldershot.

The game finished goalless as Halifax Town ended the weekend eighteenth in the league table.  

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