Loan Watch: Tuesday, 27th September 2022 Loan Watch: Tuesday, 27th September 2022
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Loan Watch: Tuesday, 27th September 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 and young striker Shay Willock 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 National League North with Kidderminster Harriers, whilst Menayese and Kiernan remained in League Two with season-long stays at Hartlepool United and Grimsby Town respectively.

Sam Perry is with National League outfit Yeovil Town, whilst Willock is on work experience with Hellenic League Premier Division side Worcester Raiders.
 
Joe Foulkes retained his place in the starting line-up as Russ Penn's Kidderminster made the trip to the Tarmac Silverlands Stadium, where they took on Buxton on Tuesday evening.

The spoils were ultimately shared as Connor Kirby opened the scoring for the hosts shortly after the second-half had got underway, with Yusifu Ceesay levelling for Kidderminster twenty-one minutes later.

Joe didn't enjoy a great game as, after being somewhat harshly booked for a foul, he was subbed off at half-time after receiving treatment during the latter stages of the first forty-five.

The first-half as a whole was a disastrous one for Kidderminster, as both Nathaniel Knight-Percival and former Walsallscholar Ethan Freemantle had to be subbed for injuries before Joe joined them on the sidelines.

Brendan Kiernan was a second-half substitute as Grimsby Town took on Carlisle United at the Blundell Park on Tuesday evening.
 
The match saw the Mariners lose for the second time in as many games as Owen Moxon (7') and former Town loanee Kristian Dennis (44') put their side two up before Michee Efete halved the deficit twenty minutes into the second half.

Brendan took the place of Danny Amos with six minutes of normal time remaining, but was unable to either score or create a goal as Grimsby failed to bounce back from last weekend;s defeat to Swindon Town.
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