LOAN WATCH | 2018/19 Season (8 & 9)
Oct 19, 2018 895 Views

LOAN WATCH | 2018/19 Season (8 & 9)

After a week away, the regular feature covers the last two weeks.

Droylsden Duo

Droylsden only had one match last week after their weekend game against Kidsgrove was rearranged due to cup commitments.

The Bloods were in action midweek though as they took on West Didsbury and Chorlton in the Manchester Premier Cup.

Andy Hollins was apart of the side that won 3-2, whilst Lewis Doyle missed out completely.

 

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The pair at Droylsden were in FA Trophy action on Saturday, with Hollins starting and Doyle having a place on the bench, as the Bloods drew 1-1 with Tadcaster Albion meaning the match needed to be replayed on Wednesday.

Hollins was in the side again as Droylsden were victorious in the second attempt, winning 2-0.

Dan Cockerline

At Hednesford, Dan Cockerline was on the bench for both of last weeks matches.

The first was a heavy 4-0 defeat to Kettering in the FA Cup, before losing again 2-1 against Nantwich, with the forward unable to get on the scoresheet off the bench.

Hednesford’s Dan Cockerline was then handed two starts by the Pitmen this week.

It was a mixed week for the side with a win over South Shields on Saturday before losing to the ten men of Lancaster on Wednesday.

Liam Davies

Liam Davies was on the bench for both of Marines matches last week.

The first game saw the Lilywhites take on Brackley in the FA Cup, as they upset their higher opposition by snatching a 3-2 win.

They failed to follow this up with a league win, with Matlock coming from behind to get a 3-1 win.

Liam Davies hard work recently in training has appeared to have paid off, as he was in Marine’s starting line up against Whitby at the weekend.

It was a tough game against the visitors but the Mariners secured a point as the game ended goalless.

Josh Dobie

Josh Dobie and Runcorn Linnets only had one game last week, ending in a victory 2-1 away win over Kendal Town.

In the next fixture he found himself on the bench for Runcorn’s visit to Colne.

It proved to be a fantastic trip for visiting Linnets fans, as they saw their side dominate with a 6-1 win.

Billy Priestley

Billy Priestley was involved in neither of FC United’s two matches last week.

In his absence, United lost 2-1 to Witton Albion but got a 2-0 win over Glossop North End in the Manchester Premier Cup.

The towering defender was once again not involved in the FCUM side at the weekend, as the Manchester club stumbled to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Darlington.

Elliot Osborne

At Stockport, Osborne was a part of a solid 3-0 win over Corby Town in the FA Cup.

He was then in the starting line up once again.

Despite going behind, County salvaged a point after Mulhern finished from the penalty spot to share the points.

Written by Amos Wynn 

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