Loan Watch: Tuesday, 16th August 2022 Loan Watch: Tuesday, 16th August 2022

Loan Watch: Tuesday, 16th 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 played host to Tranmere Rovers on Tuesday evening, with Pools boss Paul Hartley still searching for his first win of the season.

Joined in the line-up by former Saddler Wes McDonald, Rollin and his teammates were forced to settle for a point as neither they nor Rovers could find a match-winning goal.

Brendan Kiernan also stayed in the starting XI as Grimsby played host to Carlisle United at a wet and windy Blundell Park, however, Brendan didn't manage to finish the match as the weather forced the match officials ultimately abandoned the contest midway through the first-half.

Sam Perry also played from the start as Yeovil laid host to Barnet and, although their game survived the weather, they were unable to secure any points as a Nicke Kabamba brace ultimately secured the points for the Bees, this despite Jamie Reckford's deficit-halving goal.

The result leaves Yeovil in the relegation zone, winless in the league so far this season and in dire need of a better performance this weekend.

Last, but by no means least, Joe Foulkes maintained the trend of starts as his Kidderminster side played host to Curzon Ashton at Aggborough.

Joe, who has been one of the league's stand-out performers so far this season, was also on the losing side as goals from Will Hayhurst and Devon Matthews were enough to turn Ethan Freemantle's late strike into a mere consolation.
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