Loan Watch: More Minutes For Walsall's Loan Stars Loan Watch: More Minutes For Walsall's Loan Stars
Loan Watch: More Minutes For Walsall's Loan Stars

Loan Watch: More Minutes For Walsall's Loan Stars

Walsall goalkeeper Joe Slinn, defender Callum Cockerill-Mollett, midfielder Jordon Sangha, winger Tobias Hayles-Docherty, and striker Cameron Peters are currently spending time away from Banks's Stadium in search of some all-important first-team football as they look to force their way into Dean Keates' matchday squad.
Slinn is on season-long spell with Rushall Olympic, whilst academy products Cockerill-Mollett, Sangha, Hayles-Docherty, and Peters are enjoying short-term stays with AFC Telford United, Ashton United, Halesowen Town, and Bromsgrove Sporting respectively.

Joe Slinn
Stopper Slinn continued his spell between the sticks at Dales Lane as The Pics faced Stratford Town on Saturday afternoon.

Sadly for Slinn he was unable to keep his sheet clean as both sides took a share of the goals and spoils as they played out a two-all draw with Michael Taylor, (2') and Lewis Wilson, (47') scoring for Stratford, whilst Danny Waldron, (8') and Ash Sammons, (71') netted for the home side.

More minutes for Slinn but he will be disappointed with the second goal as he flapped at a cross which ultimately saw Wilson head home to put his side into a temporary lead.

Callum Cockerill-Mollett
Young left-back Callum was named in the starting XI as AFC Telford United made the trip to Croft Park, where they took on Blyth Spartans in the National League North.

The trip was ultimately a disappointing one for the Bucks as one goal separated the sides and saw Telford suffer their second defeat of the season.

Blyth grabbed the opening, and ultimately winning goal on the stroke of half-time as Daniel Maguire headed home to send Gavin Cowan's side in at the break for something of a dressing down.

Telford were unlucky not to grab at least an equalising goal and saw a series of efforts drift wide of goal as the blustery conditions took their toll. A disappointing result.

More match minutes for Callum, who continues his football education in the rough and tough, National League.

Jordon Sangha
Jordon was named in the starting XI as Aston United took on Leamington in the National League North. The midfielder, who has been on the Saddlers' books for over a decade, would go on to play the full ninety minutes as Ashton left it late to secure all three points.

Leamington started the match in fine fettle and took the lead within a minute of kick-off as Ahmed Obeng headed the ball past Luke Pilling in the Ashton goal. The Robins were able to regain their composure and would go on to secure the win as Bradley Jackson, (18') and Liam Martin, (90+2') scored to send the Brakes home disappointed.

More all-important minutes for Jordon, who continues to look for football with a place in Dean Keates' side his ultimate target.

Tobias Hayles-Docherty
Winger Hayles-Docherty, who spent a brief spell on trial with local side Rushall Olympic in the summer, joined the Yeltz on a short-term deal on Saturday morning and was immediately named among the substitutes as his new side took on Bedworth United in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division Central.

Tobias was introduced into the action during the first-half as goalkeeper Daniel Platt collided with United striker Iyseden Christie and was unable to continue. Veteran striker Lee Hughes went in goal as Yeltz boss - hadn't named a 'keeper on the bench.

Despite their lack of recognised stopper, Halesowen were able to withstand the pressure and eventually went on to secure all three points as veteran defender Asa Charlton rose above the Bedworth defence to head home with just two-minutes of normal time remaining.

Cameron Peters
Cameron was named among the starters as Sporting took on Corby Town in the FA Trophy Extra Preliminary Round.

Sadly for Bren Kelly's side they were knocked out of the tournament at the first time of asking as goals from Elliot Sandy, (20'), Joel Carta PEN, (40'), and Connor Kennedy (50') were enough to see Corby through, despite John Pykett's twenty-eighth minute strike.

A full ninety minutes for Peters but no doubt a disappointing result as he is unable to find the back of the net with his temporary side slipping to defeat.
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