Check out how the boys out on loan got on this week...
- Kevin Lokko (Dover Athletic)
On Tuesday night the Whites took on relegation fighters Chester, in what was a must-win game for Dover if they wanted to push their way into the National League play-off picture.
Now three weeks into his time at the club, Lokko looks to have settled in under Chris Kinnear, as Dover convincingly won the game 2-0.
Along with the clean sheet, Lokko also got on the scoresheet, climbing the highest from a corner to score the first goal of the game in the 64th minute.
Dover’s scheduled game at the weekened against Eastleigh was called off due to a waterlogged pitch and a new date is yet to be arranged. Dover’s play-off hopes are certainly alive as they sit in 6th place, just 1 point behind Boreham Wood.
- Ryan Johnson & James Ferry (Nuneaton Town)
Both loanees started for Nuneaton as they played bottom of the league North Ferriby United. Manager of the Month, Dino Maamira’s side were looking to increase their unbeaten run to nine games against the struggling Villagers.
Disaspointingly, the game ended 2-2 as North Ferriby rallied to equalise from the spot with less than 20 minutes to go.
Ryan Johnson played the full 90 minutes, whilst James Ferry made his way off the field in the 75th minute.
- Jamie Gray (Royston Town)
Royston played King’s Langley this weekend, who also featured Stevenage U18 player, Claudio Ofosu on-loan.
Jamie Gray started the game for Royston, however he only played 66 minutes before making his way off the pitch.
Royston won the game 4-0, featuring two goals from former Stevenage striker Adam Marriott.
- Tom Conlon (Billericay Town)
Billericay’s game against Staines Town was called off due to a water-logged pitch.