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Loan Watch: Six feature in Premier South finale


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As many as six AFC Bournemouth loanees were in action for various clubs on the final day of the Southern League Premier South campaign over the weekend.

Two were in position at Poole Town’s BlackGold Stadium, where the Dolphins triumphed 5-2 over Metropolitan Police with a trio of late goals to see them finish tenth in the division.

Marcus Daws started for Poole, while Jack Seddon began the game on the bench, with neither player finding the back of the net for one of their team's five goals.

Tom Killick’s side had gone behind following a Harry Hutchinson glancing header, however, Will Fletcher and Declan Rose bagged within 20 minutes of the restart to turn the tide.

That teed up a thrilling end to the game which saw Met Police equalise in the final minutes of normal time before an almost immediate Tony Lee strike put Poole back in front.

Further goals from Luke Pardoe and Lee in injury time completed the route and ensured a winning end to the season for the Dolphins.

Elsewhere, Owen Bevan and Matt Burgess played their part in a final day 2-1 victory for Truro City over Beaconsfield Town.

The former of the two played the full 90 for the White Tigers while the latter was introduced for the final 25 minutes.

Rocky Neal and Alex Battle were on target for Truro, sealing their side eighth spot in the Premier South.

Jack Wadham and his loan side Dorchester Town picked up a point on the final day of the season, drawing 1-1 with Walton Casuals.

The Magpies took the lead early in the game through Olaf Konszela before a late equaliser from Gabriel Odunaike meant the spoils were shared.

Completing the six loanees in action in the division, Aaron Roberts started in relegated Wimborne Town’s 5-0 loss away to Chesham United.


Making his 17th League One appearance of the season for Burton Albion, Christian Saydee played 28 minutes in a 2-0 defeat to Doncaster Rovers.

With the Brewers already a goal down, the Cherries loanee was introduced in the second half before a Josh Martin goal sealed three points for Donny.


Brennan Camp played the full 90 for Eastleigh in a thrilling game at the Silverlake Stadium, with the Spitfires losing out 3-2 to Barnet.

After a dominant opening period, Sam Smart gave the home side the advantage after applying the finish to a squared pass from Vincent Harper.

The lead lasted until shortly after the half-time break as Adam Marriott restored parity with an early penalty before giving Barnet the lead with another goal two minutes on.

Danny Whitehall later headed Eastleigh back level and Bournemouth’s loanee, Camp, almost added a third after the hour mark but his headed effort was cleared off the line.

It wasn’t to be for the Spitfires though, as despite being awarded a penalty which was missed and Barnet being reduced to 10 men, Ryan De Havilland sealed three points for the visitors in injury time.

There was another 90 minutes elsewhere in the National League for Ben Greenwood, playing throughout their 3-1 away defeat to Notts County.

Goals from Kyle Wootton and Aaron Nemane gave County an early 2-0 lead at Meadow Lane before Ruben Rodrigues added the third shortly after half-time.

With 35 minutes left to play, Tom Bearwish slotted a finish home from inside the area to pull one back for the Terras and that ended the afternoon’s scoring.

Ryan Glover completes the list of Cherries loanees that were in action over the weekend, coming on following half-time in Aldershot Town’s 2-1 loss at home to Solihull Moors.

Goals from Joe Sbarra and Danny Newton either side of the break put the Moors in pole position before Lewis Kinsella pulled one back in injury time.

With thanks to UPN for their support.  

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