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Loan Watch: August 26th-28th

29 August 2023

Club News

Loan Watch: August 26th-28th

29 August 2023

A look at how the Iron loanees have performed during the Bank Holiday weekend fixtures.

Ross Barrows

Summer signing Barrows, who is currently on loan at Ilkeston Town, featured in both fixtures this weekend for the Robins and accumulated 180 minutes of football in the process. His side faced off against Bradford Park Avenue on Saturday suffering a 4-1 defeat. During Monday's fixture against Whitby Town, Ilkeston were dispatched 4-2 to seal a disappointing weekend for Barrows’ side.

Josh Robertson

First year Professional Josh Robertson has been gaining valuable minutes for Northern Premier League strugglers Marske United. Robertson played in both of the Seasiders' fixtures this weekend. On Saturday, his side faced high-flyers Radcliffe and were comfortably beaten 5-2 at Mount Pleasant. Following that, Robertson’s team was beaten 4-2 on Monday by Morpeth Town away from home.

Harrison Pouter

Promising striker Poulter has been plying his trade at Gainsborough Trinity. He’s been a crucial attacking threat so far for the Holy Blues and he started both of Trinity’s Bank Holiday weekend fixtures. The first of which was a 1-1 draw with Bamber Bridge, but despite this promising result Neal Bishop's Gainsborough side were pumped 4-0 by local rivals Worksop Town on Monday.

Habib Makanjoula

In other news, talented midfielder Habib Makanjoula was stretchered off the field, while playing in Gainsborough Trinity’s 1-1 draw with Bamber Bridge. Upon receiving an x-ray there has been positive developments, as it is only a sprain and there is no break.

Marcus Carver

Lastly Carver, who is on a season long loan at fellow National League North side Southport, played full games in both of the Bank Holiday fixtures. He firstly helped his side gain their first points of the campaign against Brackley as the sides drew 0-0. On Monday, Southport were unable to turn their first point into a first win as they were defeated 2-0 by play-off hopefuls Chorley.

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