Another week another Loan Watch and there’s finally some good news to talk about.

We start in Scunthorpe where Ben Richards-Everton scored and was awarded Man of the Match on his debut for the Iron as they won 3-2 against Dagenham to move within four points of safety in the National League

Elsewhere, there was a first win in over 100 days for Leamington and Ollie Hulbert, Hulbert might not have scored but he played the full match as former Glover Ted Cann saved a penalty with two late goals ensuring a win over Darlington.

On to Truro, where Ollie Haste played the full 90 minutes in a 1-1 draw against Hartley Witney.

Gillingham Town also picked up a 1-0 win. Their game against Hallen FC was decided on the hour with both Rob Hollard and Sam Hodges involved, the win means Hollard keeps a well earned clean sheet, with Hodges praised for his relentless work and ball retention after coming off the bench.

Charlie Bateson was on the bench for Tiverton, but to our knowledge didn’t make the pitch in a tightly contest game against Chesham. Tivvy winning 2-1 with their keeper saving a 96th minute penalty!

Finally, Toby Stephens wasn’t in the Plymouth Parkway squad, whilst Sherborne didn’t have a game.

That didn’t stop Benjani and Jake Graziano though, they were both on the scoresheet for the Glovers Under 18s in a 3-2 victory.


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1 year ago

Sam was very surprised to be on the bench but just showed what he is made of when being asked to play on the left wing and not in the middle.