Well, it wasn’t to be for the Glovers this Saturday afternoon, but what of the loanees out and about in Loanee Land.

The first thing to note is that Alex Fisher is back with his parent club after the expiry of his loan stint at Oxford City, the front man did play from the start in midweek for Oxford though, in their county cup game before returning to Yeovil and making a cameo from the bench in the defeat to Maidstone,

Also in the National League Prem, Jordan Maguire-Drew started for Barnet in a 1-1 draw against Wealdstone. He was a threat throughout and was taken off just after the hour mark.

Right, into the NLS and Malachi Linton was in the goals for W*ymouth, the front man bagged the first of their FOUR goals in a seven goal thriller against Hemel Hempstead – we’re not keen on the tweet though, Admin. 


Dorchester were reduced to 10-men after just 10 minutes in their game against Didcot Town (remember them), but the Magpies still got a 1-0 win and Ollie Haste played the full game.

Melksham Town lost 4-1 to Yate Town, Benjani Jr started but was taken off towards the end in the defeat.

It was a good week for Charlie Bateson, he scored in midweek for Shepton and clocked up 71 minutes in their 1-0 win over Ilfracombe on Saturday.

Down at Gillingham, a trio of young Glovers started in their 1-0 loss to Hengrove Athletic; Josh Haskett, Jack Bareham and Harrison Foster all in from the beginning, Harry Lock came on in the second half in some tough and heavy conditions.

Aidan Skiverton started on the bench for Sherborne in their 1-0 win over Cowes Sports, whilst Welton Rovers fought back from 2-0 down to grab a point in their game against Wellington AFC.

Jacob Shore and Max Dyer both played the full 90 in a dramatic fixture.

Jacob Shore (Green) in action for Welton Rovers
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