Another Saturday in the books for the Glovers out on loan and a familiar theme is starting to unfold with results not going the way of their adopted sides.

Still, plenty of match day minutes to talk about…

Let’s start at Leamington where striker Ollie Hulbert played the full 90 in a 3-1 defeat at Bradford (Park Avenue), his side were reduced to ten men just before the hour mark and couldn’t recover. Sam Perry and Ted Cann, both formerly on the books at Yeovil, were also in the Leamington side.

To those who missed out, Ollie Haste was back on the Truro bench after his successful return to the Glovers’ Under-18s side in the National League Cup in midweek, but it was the bench where he stayed as Paul Wotton’s men picked up a 1-0 away win at Gosport Borough. The White Tigers are second in the Southern League Premier Division table, two points behind Weston-super-Mare.

Will Dawes didn’t play for that Claret and Blue lot either. He was, once again, one of the unlucky extra loanees with only five named in the match day squad… W*ymouth lost 2-1 at Hemel Hempstead (maybe try picking your Green and White striker next time, just saying). The seagull bothering lot remain second from bottom of the National League South table.

Sherborne Town were without a fixture, so Benjani Junior and Jake Graziano were both left thumb twiddling this Saturday afternoon. Both played for the Yeovil Under-18s in midweek with Benji on the scoresheet.

However, goalkeeper Rob Hollard and Sam Hodges were both back in the Gillingham side, but ended up on the wrong side of a 4-1 loss away at Bristol Telephones.

Finally, Toby Stephens clocked up an hour for Plymouth Parkway as they drew 0-0 with Hartley Whitney.

Most of these sides have games this coming Tuesday, but with Yeovil in Somerset Men’s Premier Cup action at Paulton Rovers on Tuesday night, it remains to be seen how many of the dual registration lads are with their parent club rather than the first team.


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