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LOAN WATCH | AFC Telford United 2 Worcester City 0

Young Walsall striker Jordan Murphy is currently enjoying an extended loan spell with local Vanarama National League North side Worcester City.
Young Walsall striker Jordan Murphy is currently enjoying an extended loan spell with local Vanarama National League North side Worcester City.

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Jordan was again named in the starting XI as Worcester City retained their status in Vanarama National League North despite suffering a 2-0 defeat at the hands of AFC Telford United.

Telford, who have also secured their league status for at least another season, were in control of much of the play in the opening period, but neither side created any meaningful chances in front of goal as they reached the brake on level terms.

The first goal of the game came with fourteen minutes of normal time remaining as Worcester's Tom Sharpe scored an own goal as he diverted Connor McCarthy's driven cross past goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan.

The Bucks doubled their lead with just moments remaining as Sean Clancy fired home from 10 yards out.

Following the final whistle both sides were relieved to hear that Brackley Town's one-all draw with Curzon Ashton meant that City and Telford would retain their National North status for another term.

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