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Loan Watch: Saturday, 6th October 2018
 
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Loan Watch: Saturday, 6th October 2018

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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 the first-team 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.

Tobias HAYLES-DOCHERTY & Joe SLINN
Halesowen
2 - 0
Rushall
Roberts (54')
Roberts (68')



Walsall stopper Joe Slinn continued his spell between the sticks as Liam McDonald's Pics made the trip to the Grove where they faced Halesowen Town in their latest Evo-Stik South Premier Division Central fixture of the season.

Fellow Saddlers Tobias Hayles-Docherty, who recently joined Halesowen on a short-term deal, was also among the starters as both players got their latest spell of first-team football.

Two goals from Halesowen striker James Roberts was enough to see the Yeltz record a comfortable victory at home to Rushall Olympic, recording their third victory and third clean-sheet of the week.

The Pics, who saw an 84th minute Danny Waldron penalty saved, are now winless in nine league games and will need to get back to winning ways soon if they are to mount any sort of challenge for promotion.

Jordon SANGHA
King's Lynn
0 - 1
Ashton

Howarth (74')

Long-serving Saddlers midfielder Jordon Sangha was named in Ashton United's starting XI as they travelled to the Walks Stadium and faced King's Lynn Town in the Third Qualifying Round of the Emirates FA Cup.

The match was a close-fought affair and was ultimately settled by just one goal as Ramirez Howarth came off the bench to bag a debut goal and send his new side through to the next stage, a superb finish from the former Blackburn Rovers man.

Jordon played for all but six minutes of the match as he was replaced by Luke Ashworth after eighty-four minutes of play, more action for the prospect as he continues to battle for a place in Walsall's heavily-stocked midfield.

Cameron PETERS
Sporting
1 - 0
Dunstable
Dowd (61')


Second-half substitute Charlie Dowd netted the only goal of the game as Bren Kelly's Sporting played host to and defeated Dunstable Town in the Southern League Division 1 Central.

Dowd, who had replaced John Pykett just moments earlier, slotted the ball home with former Walsall scholar Will Shorrock among those to assist him as he broke the deadlock at the Victoria Ground.

Saddlers striker Peters, who had been named on the bench ahead of kick-off, had to bide his time on Saturday afternoon, and was only introduced to the action with thirteen minutes of play remaining, as Richard Gregory made way.

With so little time to make an impact it's bound to go down as a bit of a frustrating afternoon for the young forward as he looks to make a mark with a view to catching the eye of first-team boss, Dean Keates.

*Callum Cockerill-Mollett was not in action on Saturday as AFC Telford United were in Emirates FA Cup action, the Saddlers don't want the young left-back to be cup tied.


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