Loan Watch: Saturday, 29th December
 
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Loan Watch: Saturday, 29th December
 
Loan Watch: Saturday, 29th December

Loan Watch: Saturday, 29th 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 remained in the Rushall Olympic starting XI as Liam McDonald's side played host to Coalville Town in their latest Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division Central fixture of the season.

Sadly for Slinn and his Pics, who had veteran defender Asa Charlton amongst their ranks, they were unable to end 2018 with a win as an Andrew Wright double saw the visiting Ravens end the year on a high with their hosts unable to lay a glove on them during a disappointing display.

The result sees the Pics end 2018 with something of a whimper. The Dales Lane side failed to earn a win in any of their last five league games, and won just one of their seven all-competition games in December.

Dan Vann and Callum Cockerill-Mollett and their Chasetown side were not in action on Saturday afternoon, but there was some positive news as Vann was named the Scholars' Player of the Month for December. They will be back in action on New Year's Day as they take on Kidsgrove Athletic.

Tobias Hayles-Docherty was not in action on Saturday, but Halesowen were able to secure a rare win as Banbury United slipped to a two-nil defeat with Daniel Sweeney and Lee Hughes getting on the scoresheet.

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