A look at how Port Vale players out on loan fared this weekend.
- Port Vale Loan Round Up | Saturday 24 September
- Academy product James Plant wins Player of the Match for Nantwich Town on his debut for the Dabbers
- Lucas Covolan (Chesterfield) helps the Spireites to away win at Maidstone, while Reuben Perry (Alsager Town) and Derek Agyakwa (Chorley) not involved this weekend for their respective loan clubs
PHOTO CREDIT: Jonathan White (Nantwich Town FC)
Port Vale’s James Plant was voted as Player of the Match by Nantwich Town supporters on his debut for the South Cheshire side on Saturday afternoon.
Plant started for the Dabbers, who are managed by former Valiants defender Ritchie Sutton, and impressed on the left side of midfield after completing a work experience loan ahead of the match with Whitby Town at the Weaver Stadium.
Nantwich were on the end of a 2-0 defeat and Plant will look to help the Dabbers get back to winning ways when they travel to Hyde United on Tuesday evening.
Defender Derek Agyakwa didn’t feature in Chorley’s National League North win over Gloucester City, having made his Magpies debut last week in a 9-0 Emirates FA Cup Second Qualifying Round win against Liversedge.
Goalkeeper Lucas Covolan played the full game as Chesterfield secured an important 2-1 at Maidstone United, keeping the Spireites at the top of the National League table.
Elsewhere, Academy goalkeeper Reuben Perry wasn’t involved in Alsager Town’s FA Vase defeat at Racing Club Warwick, though the youngster has impressed in league fixtures for the Bullets.
Perry made his debut earlier this month as Alsager defeated Abbey Hulton United in the North West Counties Division One South, before keeping his first clean sheet in a 1-0 win at Maine Road in which he was named as Player of the Match.
Great start for Alsager with the win gaining 3 points for a brilliant club , thank you for the opportunity. https://t.co/r0CmFr4hRo— Reuben Perry (@ReubenP40099743) September 3, 2022