LOAN WATCH: Walsall Duo Start as The Pics Are Held to a Draw
 
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LOAN WATCH: Walsall Duo Start as The Pics Are Held to a Draw
 
LOAN WATCH: Walsall Duo Start as The Pics Are Held to a Draw

LOAN WATCH: Walsall Duo Start as The Pics Are Held to a Draw

Walsall midfielders Jordon Sangha and Kacy Milan Butterfield are currently on loan to local Evo-Stik Northern Premier League side Rushall Olympic.
Walsall midfielders Jordon Sangha and Kacy-Milan Butterfield are currently enjoying an extended loan spell with local Evo-Stik Northern Premier League side Rushall Olympic. You can find out how they got on in their latest outing, below.

Jordon and Kacy-Milan were named in the starting eleven as Liam McDonald's Rushall played host to Farsley Celtic at Dales Lane, the Pics looking to bounce back from their midweek derby defeat to Hednesford Town.

Both sides had made a bright start to the game but it was the home side who took a thirteenth minute lead when Danny Waldren's left foot shot found the back of the net much to the surprise of Celtic keeper` Grahame McKibbin, who could do little but watch the ball nestle in the back of the net.

Farsley had the better goal-scoring opportunites throughout the second-half and grabbed a deserved equaliser just a minute before the ninety when Jahquill Hill failed to keep hold of the ball and Danny Ellis was left with the simple task of sidefooting the ball into an empty net to snatch the point for his travelling side.

More minutes for Jordon and Kacy-Milan, the former playing for almost eighty minutes whilst Butterfield completed the ninety. The dou are currently scheduled to return to Walsall towards the end of January but given the amount of football they are getting could be in line for another loan extension.

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