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Loan Watch: Saturday, 20th October

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Walsall goalkeeper Joe Slinn, 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 the first-team squad.
Summer signing Slinn is on season-long spell with Rushall Olympic, whilst academy products Sangha, Hayles-Docherty, and Peters are enjoying short-term stays with Ashton United, Halesowen Town, and Bromsgrove Sporting respectively.

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Joe SLINN


Rushall Olympic


St. Ives Town


90'


Goals from Joe Hull, Ben Lund, Sam Whittall, and Justin Richards (Pen.) saw Liam McDonald's Pics bounce back from their midweek defeat to Redditch United as they ran out deserved winners against St. Ives Town in their latest Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division Central outing.

It wasn't all good news for the home side as the visitors did pull a goal back late on when substitute George Bailey slotted home from an acute angle, but it was little more than a consolation as the Dales Lane side made it back-to-back home wins.

The result, which was Olympic's second home league win of the season, sees the side sit twelfth in the table, and given their pre-match form - one win in eleven all-competition games - will come as a massive boost to Liam and his side as they prepare for their Birmingham Senior Cup clash with West Bromwich Albion.

Joe Slinn, who as mentioned in previous loan reports is set to stay at Dales Lane for the whole of the season, played for the full ninety minutes and was on the road to keeping a clean sheet until Bailey slipped the ball home late in the second-half. More welcome minutes but no doubt a frustrating last few minutes.

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Jordon SANGHA


Ashton United


Southport


83'


Another disappointing result for Jordon Sangha and his Ashton United teammates as goals from Bradley Bauress (3'), and  Devarn Green (82') saw Southport secure victory and claim a place in Monday evening's Emirates FA Cup First Round (Proper) draw.

Sam Sheridan did level the scores shortly after the hour mark, and the Robins went close during the final stages of the match, but it wasn't to be as Sandgrounders stood firm to secure the win.

Jordon played for 83' minutes before being replaced by Dominic McHale. A disappointing afternoon for the midfielder and his teammates as they fail to rebound from last weekend's league defeat to Spennymoor Town.

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Tobias HAYLES-DOCHERTY


Halesowen Town


Needham Market


45'


Sadly for the Yeltz, Lee Hughes' second-half goal was not enough to secure all three points as Reece Dobson levelled the scores twelve minutes from time, with both sides taking a share of the spoils.

The result, which many Yeltz pundits see as a disappointing one, will give Halesowen boss John Hill something to build upon after previously suffering a brace of defeats, although there are plenty of tough fixtures coming up so his side will need to be at their best if they are to secure any points.

Winger Tobias Hayles-Docherty played for the whole of the second-half as he replaced Ivor Lawton out wide. More all-important minutes for the prospect as he continues to earn both first-team football and some confidence with his temporary team.

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Cameron PETERS


Bromsgrove Sporting


Bedford Town


21'


A disappointing afternoon for Bren Kelly and his Bromsgrove Sporting side as goals from Paul Benson, (39'), Dean Dummett, (42') Jermaine Osei, (61', 79'), and Nathan Frater (76') saw Bedford Town secure comfortable victory and take three all-important points in the race win the Evo-Stik League South - Division One Central.

Sporting's Jason Cowley grabbed a goal twelve-minutes from time but it wasn't enough to make an impact on the match as the Rouslers slipped to a dismal defeat.

Cameron Peters, who has been struggling to find the back of the net as of late started Saturday's match on the bench and wasn't introduced into the action until midway through the second-half.

The Hereford-born striker continued his goalless spell as he and his teammates failed to build upon last weekend's victory over Barton Rovers.


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