Loan Watch: Sunday, 1st January 2023 Loan Watch: Sunday, 1st January 2023

Loan Watch: Sunday, 1st January 2023

Here is our latest look at how Walsall's loan stars are getting on during their spells away from Poundland Bescot Stadium.
Bescot Banter - Walsall FC News
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 a second-half substitute as Grimsby Town squeezed past Stockport County by a-goal-to-nil on New Year's Day.

Taking the lead via former Saddler Otis Khan six-minutes into the second half, the Mariners put themselves fifteen points clear of the relegation zone as they begin to ponder a move toward the top half of the table.

Brendan had to remain patient as he eventually took to the field after seventy-five minutes as he replaced John McAtee in attack.

Rollin Menayese played for the full ninety-minutes as Hartlepool and Harrogate Town and played out a three-all draw at the Suit Direct Stadium.

Harrogate opened the scoring via Alex Pattison with just four-minutes on the clock, but the sides went into the break level thanks to Josh Umerah's toe poke on the stroke of half-time.

Hartlepool took the lead almost as soon as the match got back underway as Mo Sylla tapped home from a Mark Shelton cross, but their lead was short-lived as Sam Folarin restored parity just minutes later.

Pools regained the lead with 63-minutes on the clock as Shelton crashed the ball home from the edge of the area but Town were soon back on level terms as George Thomson scored with a well-taken effort.

Peter Clarke started and Timmy Abraham was named on the bench as Oldham Athletic and Notts County played out a two-all draw at Boundary Park.

Despite only taking a point, the result was enough to see the Latics move out of the relegation zone, as they look to get themselves out of trouble and move up the National League Table.

After playing out a goalless first forty-five, County opened the scoring five-minutes into the second half as Macaulay Langstaff found the back of the net.

Former Walsall loanee Nathan Sheron brought things level two minutes later, only for Cedwyn Scott to put County back in front just four minutes later.

Joe Nuttall was able to put his side back on level terms from the spot some eleven-minutes from full-time, with that being the end of the scoring.

Timmy would eventually be given an opportunity to make his mark as he took the place of Mike Fondop after sixty-seven minutes, but he wasn't able to get among the goals as it ended all-square.

Joe Foulkes started as Kidderminster Harriers and Hereford met for the second time in as many games.

There was little to separate the sides as goals from Harriers man Amari Morgan-Smith and the Bulls' Levi Andoh saw the spoils shared at Aggborough.

Foulkes didn't complete the full ninety-minutes as he was replaced by Kai Lissimore with five minutes of normal time remaining.
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