We look out how our on loan Shakers got in this weekend...
Scott played the full ninety minutes for his temporary York side as they were 1-0 victors at Leamington on Saturday.
The victory meant the Minstermen are now four games unbeaten.
It was a good week for the defender as he finished second in the Player of the Month vote, followed by another full match for Stalybridge Celtic.
It wasn’t joy at full time though as Stalybridge suffered a 4-2 defeat on their travels at Nantwich Town. Goals from Kengni and Cockerline were not enough as four second half goals from Nantwich was enough to see them take the victory.
Tom played the full game as his temporary Motherwell side drew 0-0 at Kilmarnock. It was a clean sheet for the defender who was booked with eight minutes of the fixture remaining.
The ‘Well are eighth in the Scottish Premier League.
Southend lost 3-0 at home to Barnsley, despite the Tykes being reduced to ten men early on. Three second half goals for the visitors saw them take all three points.
Despite the result, it was good news for Harry Bunn, he returned to action after a lengthy spell on the sidelines, he came on with just under half an hour remaining.
Jack Sampson’s second half strike was the difference for Southport as they ran away 1-0 winners from Guiseley. Bury’s Jordan Archer started on the bench but was introduced on the eighty-fourth minute.
Joe was not included in the Halifax squad as he had not recovered from an injury in time to be included. It was good news for his temporary side though as James Ferry’s strike saw the Shaymen win 1-0 at Eastleigh.