Loan Watch: Tuesday, 1st January 2019

Walsall goalkeeper Joe Slinn, defenders Dan Vann and Callum Cockerill-Mollett, and striker Dylan Parker, are currently spending time away from Banks's Stadium as they look to force their way into Dean Keates' first-team plans.
Slinn and Parker are with Liam McDonald's Rushall Olympic, whilst academy products Vann and Cockerill-Mollett are enjoying a very successful short-term stay with Scott Dundas' Chasetown.

Joe Slinn was unable to retain his starting spot for the Pics on Tuesday afternoon as on-loan West Brom stopper Adam Przybek was named in the starting XI for thier Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division Central fixture with local-rivals, Stourbridge.

There was better news for Slinn's Saddlers teammate Dylan Parker however as the 19-year-old was named among the starters just hours after his short-term switch to Dales Lane had been confirmed. He would go on to have a superb debut, giving him plenty to build upon as the campaign continues.

The Pics, who ended 2018 with something of a whimper - McDonald's men failed to earn a win in any of their five most recent league games - were able to take a point on the opening day of 2019 as veteran defender Asa Charlton had initially put Rushall ahead before Luke Benbow grabbed a leveller to give each side a share of the spoils.

Dan Vann and Callum Cockerill-Mollett were among the starters as Chasetown took on Kidsgrove Athletic on Tuesday. The Scholars, who hadn't played since their Boxing Day draw with Leek Town, had to settle for a share of the spoils once again as James O'Neill's first-half opener was cancelled out by Anthony Malbon who levelled for Athletic.

Ninety more minutes for Callum and Dan as they continue to make the most of their time with the Scholars.
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