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Loan Watch: Sam nets second Gulls goal


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Sam Sherring bagged his second goal of the season as National League leaders Torquay United drew 1-1 with Boreham Wood at Plainmoor.

Defender Sherring marked his tenth appearance for the Gulls by opening the scoring with a bullet header in the 16th minute.

The 20-year-old, whose first goal came in a 2-1 defeat at Eastleigh in October, powered his effort past Wood goalkeeper Nathan Ashmore after meeting a free-kick from Connor Lemonheigh-Evans.

A cross from Sorba Thomas deflected off Ben Wynter to deceive Gulls goalkeeper Shaun MacDonald as the visitors levelled on the stroke of half-time.

Torquay were reduced to ten men 18 minutes from time when Adam Randell was dismissed after picking up a second yellow card.

The Non-League Paper named Sherring in their team of the week.


Zeno Ibsen Rossi went close to netting his first goal in Kilmarnock’s 2-0 win over Group E rivals Dumbarton at Rugby Park.

Eamonn Brophy drew first blood for Killie early on before Ibsen Rossi (pictured above) saw his thumping header come back off the crossbar following a corner in the 27th minute.

Mitch Pinnock’s first goal for the club completed the scoring against League One Dumbarton with Killie failing to qualify for the next phase having been forced to forfeit their first group game due to a Covid outbreak.

Ibsen Rossi, who also played in their 2-0 win at Clyde in midweek, has featured in five wins in seven appearances, helping them keep four clean sheets in the process.


Jake Scrimshaw went close to ruining his former Cherries coach Mark Molesley’s day during Walsall’s 1-0 defeat by Southend United at Banks’s Stadium.

Scrimshaw, who made his first start for the Saddlers in their midweek defeat by Oxford in the EFL Trophy, replaced Caolan Lavery in the 64th minute.

And with the score at 0-0, the striker saw his right-footed shot from close range blocked by a defender in the 78th minute.

Scrimshaw then looked on as Elijah Adebayo hit the crossbar from a penalty awarded after Cameron Norman had been fouled eight minutes from time.

Molesley celebrated his first victory as a Football League manager when Emile Acquah popped up with the winner in the 88th minute.

The Saddlers were reduced to ten men in injury time when Alfie Bates was sent off after receiving a second yellow card. Kyle Taylor did not feature for Southend due to injury.

Tyler Cordner and Frank Vincent both missed out as Scunthorpe United ended a run of eight successive defeats in all competitions by triumphing 2-0 against Oldham Athletic.

Cordner, who has featured 12 times for the Iron, served a one-match ban following his dismissal for two yellow cards in their FA Cup defeat by Solihull Moors.

And Vincent, who has made eight appearances for the North Lincolnshire club, was ruled out due to injury.

Second-half goals from Jacob Bedeau and Kevin van Veen at Boundary Park earned the visitors their first away win since they beat the Latics on New Year’s Day.

With thanks to sponsor UPN for their support.

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