The Glovers might have been enjoying a short winter break with a gap in the fixtures, but the plethora of Loanees we have out and about have still been in action.

Starting with the headline news that Bath City have reported that Goalkeeper Will Buse has suffered a broken finger in training.

The Romans had to get in an emergency loan from Bristol City for their FA Trophy defeat to Coalville, speaking after the game, Jerry Gill said that “late on Thursday night in training, Will Buse breaks his finger and we have until 12 o clock on Friday to get someone in” 

Obviously, we hope it’s not too serious and Will can get back between the sticks as soon as possible.


No game for Oxford City, they had a blank weekend having already dropped out of the FA Trophy, so no action for Alex Fisher.

Nothing for Jordan Maguire-Drew either, Barnet did have an FA Trophy tie, but because of his game time for Yeovil against Torquay earlier in the competition, he was cup tied. – He did however play the full 90 in midweek as the Bees beat Dagenham. 

JM-D’s left footed cross set up Nicke Kabamba for the first Bees goal.


W*ymouth picked a huge three points in the relegation dog fight at the bottom of the National League South, Malachi Linton played for two whole minutes at the end of the 90. 

Dorchester picked up a vital three points away at Harrow Borough, the Magpies won 2-0 with Ollie Haste playing the full 90 ninety – he was influential at both ends.

Benjani Jnr started for Melksham and provided an assist for their solitary goal in a tough 6-1 defeat to Bishops Cleeve.

Shepton Mallet drew 2-2 with Ilfracombe, Charlie Bateson played the full game helping his side come from 2-0 down in a game they could have snatched all three points in at the end.

Over at Gillingham, the Gills went down 2-0 to Hallen FC. Harrison Foster and Josh Haskett started, Harry Lock and Jack Bareham were both named as subs.

Aidan Skiverton was named on the bench for Sherborne in their 1-0 defeat to Brockenhurst.

Two matches for Welton Rovers this week; on Tuesday, Rovers lost 2-0 to Oldland Abbotonians.

Max Dyer and Jacob Shore played the full 90, Mason Alden a second half sub.

Fast forward to Saturday and sadly Street ran out 3-0 winners against a Young Welton side.

Again, starts for Jacob Shore and Max Dyer with Alden used from bench once more.




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