Another week goes by, for some of our Glovers loanees it was a double match week, let’s wrap things up.
We start, as ever in the National League where Barnet played on both Tuesday and Saturday and lost them both.
Jordan Maguire-Drew started in the 2-0 loss to Oldham and was introduced into the game after 70 minutes of their 2-1 defeat to Gateshead on Saturday.
Alex Fisher had two games for Oxford and played even less time, he started in Oxford’s 2-1 defeat to York City, but was taken off at half time, he was introduced from the bench in the 89th minute as his side recorded a much needed win over Ebbsfleet on Saturday.
Into the National League South and Malachi Linton started both of W*ymouth’s two games this week, completing 81 minutes against Taunton, which they won 2-0 and the full 90 in their 1-0 win over lowly Dartford too.
Mal settling in nicely ? pic.twitter.com/oVmpJtTI3V
— Weymouth FC (@theterras) January 27, 2024
There was a cleano and 90 minutes more for Ollie Haste as Dorchester drew 0-0 with Plymouth Parkway.
Melksham lost 5-1 to Larkhall, but that one strike did come from Glovers loanee Benjani Jr
90’ A consolation goal for Benjani
— Melksham Town FC (@MELKSHAMTOWNFC) January 27, 2024
Sherborne beat Cowes Sports FC 4-2, Aidan Skiverton was named on the bench, no evidence as to if he came off the bench though… there is evidence though that Charlie Bateson did.
He came on in the 66th minute against Nailsea and Tickenham. The Mallet won 3-1, Bateson nearly added a fourth in the dying stages.
— Shepton Mallet AFC (@Mallet_AFC) January 27, 2024
Welton Rovers put out a rather young side against Falmouth and were beaten resoundingly 6-0. Max Dyer, Mason Alden and Jacob Shore all started.
Gillingham won 1-0 against Chedder too, Harrison Foster started with Jack Bareham, Harry Lock and Josh Haskett all named on the bench… I assume at least one of them got on to the pitch, but the Social Media coverage of the game is somewhat lacking.
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