Loan Watch: Saturday, 13th August 2022 Loan Watch: Saturday, 13th August 2022
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Loan Watch: Saturday, 13th August 2022

Here we take our latest look at how Walsall's loan stars are getting on.
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Walsall defenders Joe Foulkes and Rollin Menayese and midfielders Sam Perry and Brendan Kiernan are currently away on loan as they look to force their way into Michael Flynn's first-team plans.

Foulkes is enjoying a second spell with Vanarama National League North with Kidderminster Harriers, whilst Menayese is with the Saddlers' League Two rivals Hartlepool United.

Sam Perry recently made the move to National League outfit Yeovil Town, as Brendan Kiernan joined newly-promoted League Two side Grimsby Town.
 
Rollin Menayese retained his place in the Hartlepool XI as they looked to bounce back from their midweek Carabao Cup thrashing at the hands of Blackburn Rovers, the former Premiership champions netting four goals on the way to a place in the Second Round.

Sadly for Rollin, he and his Pools colleagues remain winless so far this season as they made a fruitless trip to Sixfields on Saturday afternoon as they would ultimately suffer a frustrating 2-1 defeat in sweltering conditions.

The Cobblers, however, were able to maintain their unbeaten start to the league season as goals from Tyler Magloire and Louis Appere either side of Josh Umerah's leveller were enough to frustrate Paul Hartley's side.

Brendan Kiernan was named on the bench as his Grimsby side made the trip to Greater Manchester as they were to face Rochdale in their third League Two outing of the new season.

Brendan, who has to wait until the 75th minute before getting a taste of the action, did play a part in a victory as Luke Waterfall grabbed the match-winning goal deep into second-half stoppage time, a first win of the league campaign for the Magpies.

Midfielder Sam Perry was named in the starting XI as Yeovil played host to much-fancied Wrexham on Saturday afternoon.

After falling behind to Paul Mullin's first goal of the season just six-minutes into the game, the Glovers were able to battle back and take a well-deserved point as Malachi Linton's fine half-volley proved to be the game's second and final goal.

Sam played for the full ninety-minutes but was unable to help his side secure a win, though they did register their first point of the campaign.

Joe Foulkes retained his starting spot as Russ Penn's Kidderminster played host to Leamington at Aggborough.

Looking to build upon their opening day triumph over Blyth Spartans, the Harriers huffed and puffed but were frustratingly unable to blow the Brakes' wall down as the spoils were shared.
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