Loan Watch: Saturday, 3rd December 2022 Loan Watch: Saturday, 3rd December 2022
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Loan Watch: Saturday, 3rd December 2022

Here we take our latest look at how Walsall's loan stars are getting on during their spells away from Poundland Bescot Stadium.
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Walsall defenders Joe Foulkes, Rollin Menayese, and Peter Clarke, midfielders Sam Perry and Brendan Kiernan, strikers Timmy Abraham and Shay Willock, and scholars Dan Baldwin and Marvellous Onabirekhanlen are currently out on loan as they look to force their way into Michael Flynn's first-team plans.

OUT ON LOAN
NAME ON LOAN WITH LOAN ENDS
ROLLIN MENAYESE HARTLEPOOL UNITED 31 MAY 2023
JOE FOULKES KIDDERMINSTER HARRIERS 31 MAY 2023
SAM PERRY YEOVIL TOWN 31 MAY 2023
BRENDAN KIERNAN GRIMSBY TOWN 1 JANUARY 2023
SHAY WILLOCK WORCESTER RAIDERS MONTH TO MONTH
TIMMY ABRAHAM OLDHAM ATHLETIC 1 JANUARY 2023
DAN BALDWIN WORCESTER CITY MONTH TO MONTH
MARVELLOUS ONABIREKHANLEN WORCESTER CITY MONTH TO MONTH
PETER CLARKE OLDHAM ATHLETIC JANUARY 2023

Brendan Kiernan was named in the starting XI as Grimsby Town faced AFC Wimbledon at Plough Lane on Saturday afternoon, the match taking place earlier than the traditional 3.00pm kick-offs.

Kiernan, who didn't complete the full ninety-minutes as he was replaced by Keyendrah Simmonds with eighteen-minutes of the second-half remaining, was unable to guide his side to victory as Ethan Chislett's goal on the hour mark secured the points for the Dons.

Rollin Menayese was also amongst the starters as Hartlepool played host to Stockport County, with the Pools hoping to take advantage of some of their rivals' poor results and possibly move off the foot of the table.

However, that wasn't to be as County forward Kyle Wootton bagged a first-half brace to add to the Pools' recent woes.

The visitors went on to grab their third, fourth, and fifth goals during the second-half as Paddy Madden, Callum Camps, and Will Collar efforts helped cement all three points for the Edgeley Park outfit.

Peter Clarke was among the starters whilst Timmy Abraham started on the bench as Oldham Athletic took on Solihull Moors at the ARMCO Arena in another of the early kick-offs.

Sadly, it was another loss for a team involving loaned-out Saddlers as goals from Joe Sbarra (46') and Andrew Dallas (50') proved to be enough to secure the points for the Moors, despite John Rooney's late goal.

Timmy Abraham had to wait until the hour mark before taking to the field as he replaced midfielder Dan Gardner as the Latics went in search of goals. However, that wasn't to be as the home side ultimately took all three points.

Dan Baldwin and Marvellous Onabirekhanlen were named in the starting line-up as Worcester City took on Whitchurch Alport at Yockings Park, the match proving to be a high-scoring affair.

It was a good game for City as goals from Dylan Hart (16') and Reiss Taylor-Randle (22') gave them a two-goal lead, though James Rowland was able to drag his side back into the game just after the game had reached the thirty-minute mark.

Worcester thought they had put the game beyond their opponents early in the second-half as Dylan Hart grabbed his second mere minutes after kick-off.

However, the home side were soon back to within a goal as Sam Yeardley was able to find the back of the net a couple of minutes later.

The goalscoring didn't end there as the home side were soon able to draw themselves level at three-goals-apiece as Alex Hughes slammed the ball home, the third goal in just five second-half minutes!

City didn't let the disappearance of their lead hold them back as Taylor-Randle was soon back on the scoresheet as his free-kick evaded everyone including the Alport backline as he put his side back into the lead.

There was yet another twist in proceedings as the home side once again got themselves back on level terms when Jordan Evans reacted first to a corner ball as he rounded Baldwin, who would later be replaced by Ethan Moran, before seeing an effort take a slight deflection off Onabirekhanlen before going over the line.

Worcester's pain didn't end there, either, as the home side went on to put themselves into the lead in the dying stages of the game as Alex Huges became the latest player to hit the back of the net.

Meanwhile, Friday evening saw Joe Foulkes named on the bench as Kidderminster Harriers took on Alfreton Town under the lights.

Sadly for Joe and his temporary teammates, Jack Bearne’s second Harriers goal midway through the first-half wasn’t enough to secure all three points thanks to Matt Rhead’s late leveller, the well-travelled striker doing well to follow up a saved spot kick to secure a share of the spoils.
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