Ollie Haste in action for Truro City. Picture courtesy of Cameron Weldon/Truro City FC.

Yeovil Town’s on loan duo Ollie Haste and Toby Stephens had very different days as their host side Truro City picked up a 4-1 win over Hendon.

Haste started the match but was replaced with just 24 minutes on the clock due to an injury.

After the game White Tigers’ gaffer – and former Glover – Paul Wotton said: “He (Haste) took a knee to the thigh, so he’s got a bit of a dead leg.”

They, like us, have a game on Monday and Wotton said he had a few nursing knocks so players will be assessed over the next 24 hours, but thankfully it doesn’t seem too serious for Haste.

Toby Stephens in action for Truro City. Picture courtesy of Cameron Weldon/Truro City FC.

Stephens was named on the bench for the second game in succession and came on for just over 30 minutes with the game finely poised.

He too, has had a slight injury concern during his temporary spell at Truro but is making a steady return to action.

Keep up the good work, lads !

 


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