Loan Watch: Saturday, 23rd April 2022 Loan Watch: Saturday, 23rd April 2022
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Loan Watch: Saturday, 23rd April 2022

Here is our Latest look at how the loaned-out Saddlers 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 a late second-half substitute as Kidderminster made the long trip to Croft Park and took on Blyth Spartans in National League North on Saturday afternoon.

Despite their best efforts, the two sides had to settle for a share of the spoils as Amari Morgan-Smith's tenth-minute goal was canceled out by Toby Lees' 30th-minute leveller with the hosts probably being the happier of the two as they now sit four points above bottom-placed Guiseley.

Defender Foulkes, who had enjoyed a welcome run in the starting eleven,  remained on the bench until the 81-st minute when he replaced Alex Penney but was unable to help his team secure the win as the game finished one-all.

Joe Willis retained his place in the starting eleven as Bromsgrove Sporting made the trip to Top Field and took on Hitchin Town for their final game of the 2021/22 campaign.

Sadly for the Rouslers, who saw former Saddler Gary Birch take charge after manager Gavin Hurren produced a positive COVID test, didn't end the season with a win as Jake Hutchinson's 79th-minute goal proved to be enough to secure the win for the Canaries.

Willis played for the full ninety minutes but, like teammate Foulkes, was unable to lead his team to victory as they end the season in 18th position.
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