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Loan Watch - 2023/24

9 April 2024

Club News

Loan Watch - 2023/24

9 April 2024

A round up of how our loanees have done at their respective clubs in March.

Benny Couto

Ashton have continued keeping pace with the big boys at the top of the Northern Premier League table.

With the title all but wrapped up for Radcliffe, Ashton are looking to break into the top five, qualifying for the play-offs.

As they sit behind Hyde on goal difference, with two games in hand, they have a good chance of doing so.

Benny’s continued to operate down the left for the Robins, notching his second goal for the club in a 5-0 win over Lancaster City.

Ben Tollitt

Chester got back to winning ways at the weekend, as they look to reestablish their play-off push in the National League North.

They’ll have to be quick about it though, as they’re three points behind Curzon Ashton in seventh, with just two games to go.

He was only on the pitch for a few minutes at the weekend, but it didn’t stop Ben adding to his goal tally.

Running down the left, he wrong-footed the defender, placing the ball into the far corner.

Frazer Cookson

Frazer returned to the Barton Stadium just over a month ago, and was quick to work helping the Vics survive the drop.

The youngster picked up the man of the match award for his performance in the club’s 3-2 victory over Atherstone Town, before being promoted to joint-vice captain by manager, Matt Barnes.

An incredible achievement for Frazer, who turned 19 last month, in his first full season of men’s football.

Kofi Moore

Guiseley have slipped down the table in recent weeks, and are now ninth in the Northern Premier League table.

They still have an outside chance of making the top five, but with them sitting six points adrift, it’s a tough task for the managerless-outfit.

Kofi’s continued to play for the Lions however, and has now made 15 appearances for the club.

Llyton Chapman

Having returned to Chadderton in February following an injury, Llyton has continued to help Chaddy climb the table.

Llyton bagged his second goal for the club against FC Isle of Man, bagging a consolation goal in stoppage time at The Bowl.

Chadderton sit 7th in the NWCFL Premier Division table, only outside the play-offs on goal difference.

Joe Nuttall

Joe’s had a successful month with the Robins, bagging a goal and assist as Town battle against the drop.

His clever pass from the left, across the face of goal, was met by Aidan Keena, who fired it home to give Darrell Clarke’s side a crucial victory over relegation rivals, Fleetwood Town.

The 27-year-old got on the scoresheet himself at the weekend, getting his first goal for the club in injury time against Leyton Orient.

Town are now just two points off safety, with a game in hand over Port Vale.

Ollie Kilner

Ollie’s helped Bury maintain their position near the summit of the NWCFL Premier Division table, as they battle Wythenshawe and Wythenshawe Town for the title.

During his time at Gigg Lane, he’s helped Dave McNabb’s side keep four clean sheets from ten games.

Kurt Willoughby

Having scored a brace against Partick Thistle in February, Kurt had to be patient for time on the pitch during March, playing just 105 minutes over three games last month.

Ayr are seventh in the Scottish Championship, and take on Greenock Morton tonight.

Brennan Dickenson

Brennan played his part in all bar one of his first seven Hartlepool matches, but hasn’t featured since the middle of last month after suffering a hamstring injury.

The Pools have secured their place in the National League next season as they currently sit 12th on 56 points.

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