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Loan Watch: Dennis makes Wealdstone debut


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AFC Bournemouth goalkeeper Will Dennis made his debut for Wealdstone in a narrow defeat to FC Halifax Town on Saturday.

The shot-stopper joined the National League side on a short-term loan just before kick-off on Saturday and was immediately given a start.

The pivotal moment in the match came in the 33rd minute as Kieran Green was fouled by Craig Fasanmade inside the area and Matty Warburton tucked home from the spot, putting the effort just out of reach of Dennis, who’d dived the right way.

Dennis did make a series of good saves throughout the encounter, stopping from Kian Spence in the first half before making an excellent reaction save from Elliot Newby in the final ten minutes.

Meanwhile, Ryan Glover appeared for Aldershot Town as Mark Molesley’s side made it five matches unbeaten in the National League with a win over Eastleigh.

It took 63 minutes for the deadlock to be broken in the Hampshire derby, but Glover was heavily involved. His shot was saved by Joe McDonnell but Corie Andrews was alert in the scramble that followed to fire home.

Glover continued to cause problems and his final action of the game was to win a free-kick at the edge of the box. While he was replaced by the experienced Scott Wagstaff before the set-piece was taken, Lewis Kinsella duly stepped up and curled home.

The Shots secured the win with a third goal in the final five minutes as Andrews slotted past McDonnell to complete his brace.   

Connor Kurran-Browne watched on as his new side King’s Lynn Town saw off fellow National League strugglers Dover Athletic.

Former Southampton midfielder Tommy Widdrington was appointed manager of the Linnets on Friday and immediately brought in the Cherries man on a month's loan ahead of kick-off.

Kurran-Browne was named on the bench as Josh Barrett netted a brace either side of Alfie Pavey’s strike.

The midfielder could have the opportunity to make his debut tomorrow night when they make the trip to FC Halifax Town.


Euan Pollock continued his fine form for Truro City and netted in a 2-2 draw with Farnborough, although a last-gasp equaliser prevented it being three points for the Cherries man.

Tyler Harvey opened the scoring for the White Tigers, heading home in the tenth minute from Will Dean’s cross.

Pollock doubled their advantage in the 23rd minute, receiving the ball from Harvey and rounding the goalkeeper before slotting home.

Farnborough are flying high at the top of the Southern League Premier South division and started their fightback from the penalty spot, Paul Hodges tucking home on the hour mark.

The league leaders were rewarded for their pressure in the 94th minute as a late header deflected off Zac Hartley to share the spoils.


Sam Sherring returned to the Accrington Stanley squad for the first time in three games but wasn't required as they secured a narrow victory over Bolton Wanderers.

John Coleman's side took the leader after 20 minutes when Tommy Leigh bundled home from inside the six-yard box.

Sherring has made 14 appearances for his loan club this season, his most recent appearance coming in the win over Lincoln City on 27th November.


Jake Scrimshaw was an unused substitute as Scunthorpe United battled out a point with Hartlepool United in League Two. 

Keith Hill’s side have had a difficult season but made it four matches unbeaten on Saturday with a goalless draw at Victoria Park.

In a match where there were a combined 23 shots on goal, Alfie Beestin and Dan Gallimore went close for Scunthorpe before Jamie Sterry and Gavin Holohan almost grabbed the points for Hartlepool in the final minutes.

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