Loan Watch: Saturday, 20th August 2022 Loan Watch: Saturday, 20th August 2022

Loan Watch: Saturday, 20th 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 starting spot as Hartlepool took on Bradford City in the early kick-off on Saturday afternoon, with the Pools still looking for their first win of the league campaign.

Sadly for Rollin and his temporary teammates, their search will continue as goals from Scott Banks and former Saddler Andy Cook - the forward netting a brace - cancelled out David Ferguson's header to secure the win for the Bantams.

Brendan Kiernan also retained his starting spot as Grimsby played host to Sutton United at Blundell Park with the Mariners looking to complete the game after their midweek weather-related abandonment against Carlisle United.

Though it wasn't a win, the home side did extend their unbeaten run to two games as they and the amber and chocolates played out a goalless draw.

Brendan played for just short of an hour before being replaced by Harry Clifton as his side went in search of a potential match-winner.

Sam Perry was named on the bench as Yeovil made the long trip north to take on Altrincham in the National League on Saturday afternoon.

Sadly for Sam and his teammates, Egli Kaja's late strike denied them their first league win of the season as they played out a two-all draw at the J Davidson Stadium.

Yeovil took the lead via Malachi Linton in the ninth minute but were pegged back some six minutes before the break as Tobias Mullarkey levelled the scores.

Gime Toure put the Glovers back into the lead halfway through the second half, but his first goal for the club wasn't enough o secure the win as Altrincham levelled late on.

Sam came on for Lawson D'Ath with just four minutes of normal time remaining and was unable to prevent the hosts from levelling the scores just a few minutes later.

Joe Foulkes retained his starting spot as he and his Harriers teammates made the trip to the Horsfall Stadium and faced Bradford (Park Avenue) in the National League North.

Kidderminster, whin had failed to win their last two games after opening the season with a win, were rewarded for their patience as Zak Brown grabbed the only goal of the game four minutes into second-half stoppage time to secure all three points.
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