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Loan Watch

11 October 2016

It was delight for midfielder Ryan Lloyd, as he scored the winning goal for Chester this weekend, as they continued their impressive run.

Chester haven’t conceded a goal in seven matches now and Lloyd helped to ensure their hard work defensively was rewarded with three points.

There was joy in the FA Trophy for players this weekend, with two qualifying for the next round.

James Gibbons and Billy Reeves both played 90 minute as their respective sides went through to the next round.

Witton Albion were 5-2 winners against Brighouse and Leek Town won 2-1 away from home against Loughborough Dynamo.

Elsewhere, Ryan Boot kept another clean sheet as he continued to impress. The goalkeeper kept Boston United at bay as Worcester drew 0-0.

To League One and birthday boy, JJ Hooper gained his first start for Northampton Town since he joined on loan back in August.

JJ, who celebrated his birthday last Sunday, played 87 minutes as the Cobblers drew 1-1 away from home against Scunthorpe United.

In the National League and Nathan Ferguson made his debut for Southport this weekend, playing in 73 minutes of the action before a change.

Also in the fifth tier, Sam Johnson was an unused substitute as Gateshead ran out 4-2 winners at home against Dover Athletic.

Finally, Dan Turner saw his loan spell end with Kidsgrove from the bench as he was an unused substitute.

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