Loan Watch: Saturday, 26th March 2022 Loan Watch: Saturday, 26th March 2022
By: Bescot Banter •

Loan Watch: Saturday, 26th March 2022

Here is our latest look at how the loaned-out Saddlers prospects are getting on.
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Walsall defender Joe Foulkes and midfielder Joe Willis are currently away on short-term loan deals as they look to force their way into Michael Flynn's first-team plans.

Defender Foulkes is plying his trade in the Vanarama National League North with Kidderminster Harriers, whilst midfielder Willis is with Southern League Premier Division Central side Bromsgrove Sporting.

Joe Foulkes was named in the starting eleven as Russ Penn's Kidderminster played host to Curzon Ashton on Saturday afternoon, with the Aggborough side looking to halt a winless run which had already stretched to some six league games.

Thankfully for Penn, and his assistant James O'Connor, his side were not only able to avoid defeat but put also put their opponents to the sword as they netted five goals without reply on a superb afternoon in the National League North.

An own goal from Curzon's Jordan Lussey (22') was the only thing separating the two sides at the break, but goals from Amari Morgan-Smith (59' & 70'), Keziah Martin (85'), and Sam Austin (90'+4) saw the Harriers take full control, securing three welcome points for the title-chasing Harriers.

Foulkes completed the full ninety minutes and contributed to a much-needed win for his side who sit fourth in the table heading into the final stages of the 2021/22 campaign.

Joe Willis also made the starting eleven as his Bromsgrove Sporting side made the trip to the Kirkby Road Sports Ground where they faced Barwell with a view to moving away from their place near the foot of the table.

The match was a competitive affair with five goals scored as the Rouslers grabbed three much-needed points against mid-table opposition, taking them to 18th position as they look to ease their relegation worries.

Taking the lead via Josh Quaynor with just two minutes on the clock the visitors were eventually pegged back via Ben Stephens' seventeenth-minute penalty before Callum Ebanks (59') pur his side back into the lead.

Brady Hickey (70') put the game back on level terms before Ebanks grabbed his sidecond of the game to ultimately seal the points just two-minutes later. A superb victory for Gavin Hurren's side.
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