Here is our weekly report on how our on-loan Shakers got on this weekend...
Jordan had to settle for a place on the bench as Southport played hosts to Boston United. A five-goal-thriller saw Southport take a nineteenth-minute lead through Bauress, before Boston goals from Wright (sixty-two mins) and Allott (seventy-seven mins) looked to turn the game around.
Jordan came on after fifty-five minutes and looked to be the hero after his eighty-second-minute goal levelled the scores at 2-2. However, it would be heartbreak for the Sandgrounders as Walker scored sixty seconds from time to give Boston United all three points.
Tom played every minute of an impressive Derby Day win for the ‘Well. He kept a clean sheet with his temporary side as they were 3-0 victors at home to Hamilton in the Lanarkshire Derby.
It was a quickfire start for the hosts as Turnbull had a brace inside the opening eleven minutes, the second being from the penalty spot. Hastie was on hand to make it three before the break as the second half saw no goals.
Harry was again involved in the matchday squad for Southend as they travelled to Blackpool to play in front of a bumper Bloomfield Road crowd. The Shrimpers looked to spoil the day for Blackpool as Kiernan and Turner goals either side of Gnanduillet’s strike had Southend 2-1 to the good. There was late drama as Moore scored an own goal in the ninety-sixth minute, ensuring the points were shared.
Harry did make an appearance, coming on in the ninetieth minute as he continues his path back from a lengthy injury.
Scott played the full game this weekend as York suffered a 1-0 defeat at home to Altrincham. Josh Hancock bagged nine minutes from time to end a four-game winning streak for the Minstermen.
Stalybridge Celtic had no game this weekend.
Joe’s temporary side Halifax were not in action this weekend as their fixture at home to Ebbsfleet United was postponed.