Loan Watch: Saturday, 29th April 2023 Loan Watch: Saturday, 29th April 2023
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Loan Watch: Saturday, 29th April 2023

Here is 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 and Peter Clarke, midfielder Sam Perry, and striker Timmy Abraham are currently out on loan as they look to force their way into the first-team.

OUT ON LOAN
NAME ON LOAN WITH LOAN ENDS
JOE FOULKES KIDDERMINSTER HARRIERS 31 MAY 2023
PETER CLARKE OLDHAM ATHLETIC 31 MAY 2023
SAM PERRY LEAMINGTON 31 MAY 2023
TIMMY ABRAHAM OLDHAM ATHLETIC 31 MAY 2023

Peter Clarke was a second-half substitute as Oldham Athletic and Bromley played out a one-all draw at Boundary Park on Saturday afternoon with Joe Nuttall bagging his sixteenth goal of the season just before the break.

Heading into his final appearance for the club, Latics legend Clarke came on with around fifteen minutes of the game remaining but was unable to help his team retain their clean sheet as James Vennings put the visitors back on level terms just a couple of minutes later.

Joe Foulkes started and scored as Kidderminster Harriers made it six wins in as many games to secure their place alongside Alfreton Town in the National League North Play-Off eliminator with a three-nil win over Kettering Town.

Opening the scoring early in the second-half, Joe was joined on the scoresheet by Joe Leesley (65), and Ashley Hennings (77') with the Harriers capping off a tremendous month of April to take their place in the end-of-season knockout.

Sam Perry started as already relegated Leamington narrowly defeated Southport in the National League North, with the visitors needing results elsewhere to go their way as they looked to avoid joining the Brakes in dropping to a new league.

Goals from Dan Turner (16') and Devon Kelly-Evans (87') were enough to cancel out Connor Heath's 23rd minute leveller to see the Brakes end the season with a win.
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