Whilst Yeovil might not be in action until Sunday, the plethora of loanees were out and about, negotiating the cold, trying to get some minutes under the belt.

Some were more successful than others.

Starting in the National League South and Will Buse was back between the sticks for high flying Bath, who took a 2-0 lead over ten-man Chelmsford, only to throw victory away, two late Freddie Hockey goals taking the three points back with the Clarets.

Over at Taunton, Malachi Linton was named as a sub for their game against Eastbourne – he didn’t get on though as the game was called off at half time with the Peacocks 2-1 up… it was just too foggy.

It was also too foggy for Dorchester to finish their game against Beaconsfield. Ollie Haste started for the Magpies, but trudged off at 66 minutes with the rest of his team – the score at the time was 1-1.

Down at Melksham, Benjani Jr was brought on as a late substitute for their 1-1 draw against Evesham United. The young striker introduced in the 82nd minutes.

Aidan ‘son of’ Skiverton was named on the bench for Sherborne Town in their game against Fareham – to be totally honest, I can find no info on if he came on or now, but the Zebras won 2-0. 

The games involving, Shepton Mallet, Gillingham and Welton all bit the dust… or frost… on a chilly Saturday.


Title Pic: Ollie Haste In action for Dorchester Pic: C/O Becky Handley/Merthyr Town


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