AFC Bournemouth had nine players in action over the course of the weekend, with both Lewis Grabban and Sam Surridge on target for Sunderland and Yeovil respectively.
Here’s a detailed look at how the Cherries loanees got on across the weekend.
Despite a 2-1 loss to Bristol City, Grabban netted Sunderland’s only goal of the game to draw them level just before half-time. However, a Milan Duric strike 20 minutes from time ensured that the Robins came away with all three points.
Surridge, however, was on the winning side, as he netted twice in Yeovil’s 3-0 romp over Stevenage. Additionally, the youngster played all 90 minutes, which saw the Glovers move up to 17th place.
Matt Worthington also put in a good performance for Darren Way’s side, also playing 90 minutes and keeping a clean sheet.
Baily Cargill was also back in action for Fleetwood and was another loanee to keep a clean sheet, as the Codarmy beat Oxford 2-0.
Max Gradel was another who got significant game time, playing the full 90 minutes of Toulouse’s 0-0 draw with St. Etienne.
Ryan Allsop played a full game between the sticks to Blackpool, continuing his run in the side. However, the Tangerines couldn’t find a route back into the game after Sam Hoskins netted the only goal of the game.
Fellow ‘keeper Mark Travers faced a similar outcome, as Weymouth lost at Hereford. The Welsh outfit ran out 4-1 winners at Edgar Street.
Ollie Harfield was the final Cherries man to bag 90 minutes, but 10-man Poole Town couldn’t overcome Gloucester, as they lost 3-0 to the Tigers.