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Loan Watch: Travs tastes defeat with Robins


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Mark Travers was powerless to prevent Swindon Town from slipping to a 2-0 defeat against League One high-fliers Portsmouth on Tuesday.

Goalkeeper Travers made his eighth appearance for the Robins at Fratton Park, the visitors failing to muster a shot on target throughout the 90 minutes.

Travers was beaten by his Republic of Ireland team-mate Ronan Curtis after eight minutes, the midfielder applying the finishing touch to a free-kick from former Cherries star Charlie Daniels.

As Pompey pressed for a second, Travers made a top-drawer save to tip Andy Cannon’s dipping 20-yard volley over the crossbar in the 20th minute.

Travers also thwarted Daniels in the first half, the stopper clutching the defender’s effort from the edge of the box ten minutes before the break.

However, there was nothing he could do to prevent the hosts from doubling their lead with Ellis Harrison coming off the bench to convert a penalty midway through the second half.


Tyler Cordner and Kyle Taylor were celebrating after Southend United’s 1-0 victory at Newport County gave them the bragging rights over Cherries team-mate Jake Scrimshaw.

Tom Clifford’s 74th-minute free-kick earned the Shrimpers a second away win of the season and hauled Mark Molesley’s team off the foot of the table.

Scrimshaw replaced Luke Gambin in the 71st minute and Cordner came on for Reeco Hackett-Fairchild in the closing stages while Taylor was an unused substitute.

Frank Vincent made his second appearance off the bench in Walsall’s 1-1 draw with Mansfield at the Banks’s Stadium.

The Saddlers drew first blood through Max Melbourne’s clever flick after 23 minutes before Ollie Clarke levelled for the visitors seven minutes later.

Vincent replaced Alfie Bates 13 minutes from time as the two teams drew for a league-high 12th time this season.


Sam Sherring went close to scoring during Torquay United’s 1-1 draw with Wealdstone at Plainmoor.

Sherring fired narrowly wide after Stones goalkeeper Harry Isted had parried a shot from Jake Andrews into his path on the stroke of half-time.

The 20-year-old made his 24th appearance for the Gulls as Billy Waters’s injury-time goal earned them a point after Jacob Mendy had opened the scoring in the 36th minute.


Zeno Ibsen Rossi was an unused substitute in Kilmarnock's 1-0 defeat by Motherwell on Wednesday.

Allan Campbell netted the only goal in the 71st minute as Tommy Wright's first game as Killie manager ended in defeat at Rugby Park.

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