Sunday, 19 November 2017

Loan Watch | Rushall's Run Comes to an End as Workington Leave it Late
Sunday, 19 November 2017

Loan Watch | Rushall's Run Comes to an End as Workington Leave it Late

Avatar  by Admin    12:43 pm    Sunday, 19 November 2017
Walsall midfielders Milan Butterfield and Jordon Sangha are on loan to local Evo-Stik Premier Division side Rushall Olympic.
Walsall midfielders Jordon Sangha and Kacy Milan Butterfield are currently on-loan to local Evo-Stik Premier League side Rushall Olympic. You can find out how they got on in their latest outing, below.

The Pics, who had won their last three league games, were back in Evo-Stik Premier League action on Saturday afternoon as Liam McDonald's side looked to build upon their recent upturn in form when they faced Workington at Borough Park.

Bermudian midfielder Milan Butterfield was named in the starting XI while Jordon Sangha had to make do with a place on the bench once again.

Sadly for the Pics three goals in the last fifteen minutes helped Workington to a comfortable 4-1 victory, although the deadlock wasn't broken until thirty-nine minutes had been played when a Conor Tinnion free-kick was turned in at the back post by Matt Douglas to send Workington into the break with a narrow lead.

McDonald's men soon bonced back as their equaliser came  nineteen minutes into the second-half when captain Joe Hull headed the ball over Workington 'keeper Aaran Taylor and into the far corner of the net. Charlie Duke with a well-placed free-kick down the right channel to create the opening.

Sadly for the Pics Workington went ahead again on the 74 minute mark, with Scott Allison on hand to tap home into an empty net after Hill spilled a Sam Joel effort from the edge of the area.

The home side went on to double their lead after eighty-nine minutes when Nathan Waterston cut inside from the right past two Pics defenders and slotted past Hill into the bottom corner. The scoring was completed by Scott Allison in stoppage time, who reached a through ball down the right and dinked an effort in off the post to make it 4-1 at full time.

A disappointing result for McDonald's men as their recent strong spell came to an end. More minutes for Butterfield who continues to make the most of his spell at Dales Lane.

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