Loan Watch: Saturday, 29th October 2022 Loan Watch: Saturday, 29th October 2022

Loan Watch: Saturday, 29th October 2022

Here we take our latest look at how Walsall's loan stars are getting on.
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Walsall defender Rollin Menayese, midfielders Sam Perry and Brendan Kiernan, and strikers Timmy Abraham and Shay Willock are currently out on loan as they look to force their way into Michael Flynn's first-team plans.

Menayese and Kiernan remained in League Two with season-long stays at Hartlepool United and Grimsby Town respectively, whilst Perry joined National League outfit Yeovil Town.

Striker Abraham recently joined Oldham Athletic, whilst second-year scholar Willock is on a short-term work experience loan with Hellenic League Premier Division side Worcester Raiders, as well as forming part of the Saddlers' youth team.

Timmy Abraham made his Oldham debut on Saturday evening as the Latics made the trip to the MBi Shay Stadium and took on FC Halifax Town in the late kick-off.

Abraham, who was named in the starting eleven, couldn't get his name on the scoresheet but was part of one of the game's three goals as his deft flick into the path of Ben Tollitt saw the Latics briefly draw level following Emmanuel Dieseruvwe's opener

Sadly, their parity was short-lived as Rob Harker put Halifax back into the lead with five-minutes of normal time remaining, a disappointing result for Timmy and his new temporary team as their opponents leapfrogged them in the table.

Sam Perry was also named among the starters as Yeovil, who had seen Mark Cooper take charge following Chris Hargreaves' departure in midweek, were held to a one-all draw by Maidstone United at the Gallagher Stadium,

The Glovers had put themselves into a first-half lead as Alex Fisher's looping effort got the better of Maidstone stopper Ryan Stanford, but were pegged back by Regan Booty's late penalty, the home side only too happy to secure a share of the spoils.

The result was a little harder to swallow as Yeovil had seen a goal chalked off midway through the first-half as Morgan Williams judged to have been offside.

Neither Rollin Menayese nor Brendan Kiernan were involved as Niall Maher's own goal saw Hartlepool record an all-too-rare win against Grimsby Town.

The Pools had fallen behind to Gavan Holohan' sixth-minute goal but were able to get themselves back on level terms via Alex Lacey's seventy-sixth-minute goals ahead of the unfortunate match-winning own goal.

Shay Willock was also absent as Worcester Raiders made the trip to the Recreation Ground and faced off against Shrivenham.

The match was a comfortable affair for the Raiders as goals from former Saddler Jordan Murphy, a brace from Louis Monaghan, along with efforts from Jay Sauntson and Harry Stratford ensured a five-nil win.
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