We take a look at how the Shakers out on loan got on this weekend...
Dougie played the full game for Stalybridge this weekend, getting involved in late drama! Scarborough Athletic took the lead after half an hour, and the scoreline remained unchanged until the final minutes. Bakker equalised in the eighty-seventh minute, before Dougie assisted Solomon-Davies to complete the turnaround in sixty seconds, as Celtic picked up a 2-1 win on the road.
Jordan played the full game as Southport travelled to Leamington. Unfortunately, it wasn’t the result Archer’s temporary side wanted as they fell to a 1-0 defeat. Bishop gave the hosts the lead after eight minutes, and they were reduced to ten men late on. They did manage to hold on for all three points.
Like Jordan, Harry played the full ninety minutes for his temporary side, also falling to a 1-0 defeat. Southend entertained Wimbledon on Saturday, and Joe Pigott’s strike with just over twenty minutes remaining was enough for the Dons to claim maximum points.
Halifax made the long trip to Dover Athletic on Saturday, with Joe Skarz playing every minute. Dover scored twice through Pavey and Jeffrey before Kosylo pulled one back for the Shaymen. It was just a consolation, however, as Dover were 2-1 winners.
It wasn’t the best of days for Tom. He gave away a penalty after eighteen minutes, which allowed McNulty to give Hibernian the lead. Gray then doubled the lead for Hibs seven minutes from the break, and that was enough to see the ‘Well lose 2-0 on their travels. Tom played the full game.
Scott and his temporary York side travelled to FC United of Manchester this weekend, however, the game was called off at 2pm.