Check out how the boys out on loan got on this weekend...
- Dipo Akinyemi (Bishop Stortford)
It was important that Bishop Stortford got back to winning ways on Saturday after two defeats in a row going into the weekend.
The Blues welcomed 10th place Frome Town to the ProKit UK Stadium and it was Stevenage loanee Dipo Akinyemi who inspired the home team to an emphatic win.
The striker was responsible for three goals, scoring twice and assisting another. Bishop Stortford won the game in remarkable style, coming out on top 4-0.
Stevenage’s Dipo Akinyemi scores a brace yesterday whilst on loan at Bishop’s Stortford.— Ollie Bayliss (@Ollie_Bayliss) February 25, 2018
The Blues beat @frometownfc 4-0 in the @SouthernLeague1.
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- Ryan Johnson & James Ferry (Nuneaton Town)
In-form Nuneaton continued their unbeaten run with a hard earned point away against 8th place Chorley Town.
Dino Maamria's side were a goal down for the majority of the game, but late drama resulted in an 85th minute equaliser for Nuneaton.
Ryan Johnson played the full 90 minutes whilst James Ferry was substituted in the 72nd minute.
The play-offs are not out of reach for Nuneaton, just 10 points off 5th place and still plenty of football to be played.
- Kevin Lokko (Dover Athletic)
Dover welcomed AFC Fylde to the Crabble Athletic stadium in a game where both teams were desperate to win in order to progress into a play-off position.
Kevin Lokko is yet to make the starting XI for the Whites but he did come on in the 77th minute as Dover were downed 3-1.
- Tom Conlon (Billericay Town)
Tom Conlon did not feature in the Billericay squad that faced Wealdstone in the FA Trophy Quarter Final tie at the weekend.
The Blues’ Wembley dreams came to an abrupt end as they were outdone by a dominant Wealdstone side that won the game 5-2.
- Jamie Gray (Royston Town)
The Crows were scheduled to play Welsh side Merthyr Town at home on Saturday, however the game was called off due to a frozen pitch.