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Loan Player Round Up

Loan Player Round Up

After the grim defeat today at home to Southend we've had a look at our players out on loan who were fortunate enough to miss the game.

Ryan Lowe

Ryan Lowe was in the starting 11 for his debut at Stockport and had the best clear cut chance of the game, but was unable to beat the Darlington keeper. A couple of minutes later Lowe was challenged in the penalty area where he received a knock to his shoulder. He could play no further part and was substituted after just 13 minutes.

Ryan Lynch

Ryan Lynch was both hero and villain in Altrincham's 1-1 draw against Kidderminster Harriers. Lynch provided a great free-kick from the halfway line which resulted in Altrincham's only goal. Ryan then undid his hard work by conceding a penalty in the 44th minute. He was later substituted in the 74th minute.

Matt Bailey

Matt Bailey played the whole game for Weymouth in their 1-0 defeat at home to Oxford City.

Nick Farquharson

Nick Farquharson came of the bench in Nuneaton Borough's 1-1 draw against Blyth Spartans but couldn't get onto the score sheet.

Colin 'Junior' Daniel

Daniel played the full match in a forward position for Leek Town in their 1-1 away draw against North Ferriby United.





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Writer:pastymaster
Date:Saturday April 5 2008
Time: 10:39PM

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