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Loan Watch: Saturday, 15th December
Loan Watch: Saturday, 15th December
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Loan Watch: Saturday, 15th December
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Loan Watch: Saturday, 15th December

Walsall goalkeeper Joe Slinn, defenders Dan Vann and Callum Cockerill-Mollett, and winger Tobias Hayles-Docherty, are currently spending time away from Banks's Stadium as they look to force their way into Dean Keates' first-team plans.
Summer signing Slinn is on a season-long spell with Rushall Olympic, whilst academy products Vann, Cockerill-Mollett, and Hayles-Docherty are enjoying short-term stays with Chasetown and Halesowen Town respectively.

Joe Slinn was not in action on Saturday afternoon as on-loan West Brom 'keeper Adam Przybek continued between the sticks for the Pics as they took on King's Lynn Town in their latest Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division Central outing.

As with last weekend's outing Przybek was unable to keep his sheet clean King's Lynn ran out comfortable winners with Ryan Hawkins, Michael Clunan (P), and Rory McAuley netting for the Linnets as Liam McDonald's side continued their poor spell of form.

Dan Vann and Callum Cockerill-Mollett were once again named in Chasetown's starting XI as they returned to Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One West action with Runcorn Linnets serving as their opponents.

As has happened far too often this season the Scholars were once again on the end of a defeat as goals from Kurt Sherlock (37') and Kris Holt (72') cancelled out Tom Hill's thirty-fifth minute opener as Runcorn took the win and all three points on a disappointing afternoon at the Scholars Ground.

Tobias Hayles-Docherty was named on the bench as Halesowen Town travelled to Top Field and faced Hitchin Town in their latest league outing.

The match was another poor one from a Yeltz point of view as, despite Callum Coyle's seventh-minute opener, they would slip to defeat as goals from Ezra Forde (28', 66'), Michael Cain (35'), Isaac Galliford (61') and a Kieran Morris own-goal (78') saw Hitchin ease to victory by five goals to one.

Tobias would go on to get a few minutes of action as he replaced Lee Hughes for the Yeltz but there is no doubt that he and his teammates will be disappointed as their difficult spell continues.

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