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Loan Watch: Pair helping Truro clean up


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Owen Bevan and Matt Burgess both featured as Truro City maintained their strong finish to the season with a 2-0 win over Southern Premier South rivals Walton Casuals at Bolitho Park.

AFC Bournemouth under-18 captain Bevan made his 16th start for the Cornish club – with the White Tigers having kept no fewer than ten clean sheets with him in the team.

Defender Bevan and midfielder Burgess both played their part as Paul Wotton’s side made it seven games unbeaten with just one goal conceded in the run.   

The pair kept their places having impressed as the White Tigers toppled leaders Taunton Town in midweek, Bevan making a crucial goal-line clearance.

Goals from Will Dean and Rio Garside ensured victory over Walton Casuals, leaving Truro five points shy of the play-off places with three games remaining.

Aaron Roberts played 90 minutes and Owen Palmer made a late substitute appearance in Wimborne Town’s 1-0 win over Hartley Wintney at New Cuthbury.

Lewis Beale’s early goal settled the contest in favour of the hosts with defender Palmer replacing Dan Bartlett in the final minute.

Jack Wadham made a brief substitute appearance in Dorchester Town’s 3-0 win over Hendon at the Avenue Stadium.

Wadham replaced Ash Wells two minutes from time and as the Magpies lead 2-0 thanks to Alfie Stanley’s second-half double.

Olaf Koszela added a third after Wadham had taken to the pitch, while Dorchester goalkeeper Jack Bycroft saved Eren Kinali’s first-half penalty.

Marcus Daws started and Noa Boutin came off the bench in Poole Town’s 2-0 defeat by Farnborough at the Easy As HGV Stadium.

The Dolphins were beaten by goals from Reggie Young and Elliott Buchanan with Daws playing 90 minutes and Boutin replacing Tyler Forbes nine minutes from time.


Sam Sherring played his part as Cambridge United triumphed 2-1 against Morecambe at the Abbey Stadium.

Sherring made his 15th appearance and was replaced by Jubril Okedina immediately after Joe Ironside had netted a 71st-minute penalty to make it 2-1.

Sam Smith’s opener for Cambridge was cancelled out by Cole Stockton, his effort coming three minutes before the hosts were awarded the spot kick which saw them triumph.

Christian Saydee came off the bench to play his part in Burton Albion’s 0-0 draw with high-flying Plymouth Argyle at the Pirelli Stadium.

The teenage striker replaced injured midfielder Jonny Smith at the interval to make his 13th appearance for the Brewers.


Zeno Ibsen Rossi looked on from the bench as Dundee fought back to claim a share of the spoils from a 2-2 draw with city rivals Dundee United at Tannadice.

The hosts forged into a 2-0 lead thanks to goals from Nicky Clark and Charlie Mulgrew before Danny Mullen and Charlie Adam netted in quick succession to earn the Dark Blues a point.


Ben Greenwood went close to marking his second appearance for Weymouth with a goal during their 0-0 draw with Grimsby Town at the Bob Lucas Stadium.

The 19-year-old was denied what would have been a stunning finish when his sweetly-struck free kick, which he expertly clipped over the wall, hit the post.

Defender Greenwood played his part as the Terras ended a six-game losing streak and kept just a fourth clean sheet in the league this season.

Brennan Camp featured as Eastleigh gave high-flying Wrexham a scare, the Welsh club triumphing 3-2 with virtually the last kick of the game at the Racecourse Ground.

A crowd of 9,163 saw the Spitfires twice take the lead before Paul Mullin’s penalty deep in added time earned the Dragons all three points.

Danny Whitehall’s deft finish from a Harry Pritchard corner gave Eastleigh the lead, only for Aaron Hayden to level just a minute later.

Whitehall struck again midway through the second half before Mullin equalised and then netted emphatically from the spot to seal a dramatic victory.

Connor Kurran-Browne came off the bench during King’s Lynn Town’s incident-packed 2-2 draw with Yeovil Town at The Walks.

Michael Clunan cancelled out Dale Gorman’s sixth-minute penalty opener for Yeovil before the Glovers were reduced to ten men when former Cherries midfielder Matt Worthington saw red for a foul three minutes before the break.

Kurran-Browne made his ninth substitute appearance when he replaced the injured Josh Barrett midway through the second half before Gold Omotayo fired the Linnets in front.

The hosts were reduced to ten men when Munashe Sundire collected a second yellow card in the 70th minute before Charlie Wakefield netted in the fourth minute of added time to rescue a point for the visitors.


Luke Nippard was an unused substitute as Eastbourne Borough shared the points from a 2-2 draw with Slough Town at Arbour Park.

Chris Whelpdale and Charley Kendall were on target for the Sports with Alfie Anderson and Kurtis Cumberbatch replying for the hosts.


Ferdinand Okoh came off the bench ten minutes into the second half of Haringey Borough’s 3-0 defeat by Horsham.

The Hornets triumphed thanks to goals from Jack Brivio, Shamir Fenelon and Tom Kavanagh with Okoh coming on as Boro trailed 2-0.

With thanks to sponsor UPN for their support.

Owen Bevan picture courtesy of Tom Finnie.

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