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Loan watch: Drama for Mahoney and Blues


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Connor Mahoney was once again in the thick of the action for loan club Birmingham City at the weekend.

The winger played the full 90 minutes in a dramatic 3-3 draw against a Hull City side containing former Cherries skipper Tommy Elphick at St Andrew’s.

Blues forward Che Adams completed his hat-trick late in the piece to secure a dramatic point in the Sky Bet Championship fixture.

Mahoney has now made 12 appearances for Birmingham City in all competitions so far this term.

North of the border Mikael Ndjoli played a key role in Kilmarnock’s winning goal away at Hearts.

The on-loan Cherries frontman held the ball up well down the left touchline before a cross was eventually converted by Ross Millen to secure a 1-0 away win at Tynecastle.

Sam Sherring played the full game for Weymouth, who were held to a 2-2 draw by Street in the FA Trophy.

Jake Scrimshaw, fresh from netting six goals on his Poole Town debut, was once again in action for the Dolphins, appearing as a second half substitute in their 2-2 draw away at Brentwood Town.

Emerson Hyndman, Harry Arter, Brad Smith and Sam Surridge were all absent for their respective loan sides.

Loan watch is sponsored by Westover Group.

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