A number of Fleetwood Town players were in action for their respective loan clubs last weekend, and here is how they got on…
Ashley Nadesan scored once again for Carlisle United, as they recorded a 2-1 victory over Port Vale in Keith Curle’s penultimate game in charge. The attacker featured for 77 minutes, grabbing his fourth goal of his successful loan spell.
Striker Alex Reid has also found himself on the scoresheet in the last week at Solihull Moors, as he scored the winning goal in a 2-1 victory over Tranmere Rovers on Tuesday. Reid also played a full 90 minutes on Saturday against Eastleigh but couldn’t add to his strike earlier in the week.
Victor Nirennold played twice for Guiseley this week, recently in the 3-1 defeat against Boreham Wood on Saturday. The Lions have been relegated to the National League North.
Midfielder Michael Donohue created quite a few attacking opportunities for Tamworth, in their game against National League North side Gainsborough Trinity but was subbed off just after the hour mark. The side end up losing the game 3-0 at The Northolme.
Goalkeeper Matt Urwin has started two games in the last seven days for Chorley as the side secured their place in the National League North play-offs. The first game was a 2-1 win away to Brackley Town, with the second being a 1-0 home win against Alfreton Town.
Luke Higham had similar success on Tuesday as FC United of Manchester beat Trafford in the Manchester Premier Cup final on penalties, with Higham playing throughout the match. Unfortunately, the defender missed out on the sides National League North game against North Ferriby United on Saturday, as he was left out of the squad alongside injured forward Ged Garner. Garner is still recovering from an injury he sustained in Town’s LFA Senior Cup final against Bury in early April.
Dutchman Ricardo Kip was left on the bench on Saturday for SC Cambuur’s 1-0 win over Telstar in Eerste Divisie, even after grabbing a goal in the sides 4-1 win over Helmond Sport last week.
Both Dan Mooney and Lewis Baines received some game time for Ashton United as they earned six points from their last two games. The Robins beat Matlock Town 2-1 at Causeway Lane on Tuesday before they travelled to Workington four days later, where they won 2-1. Mooney created chances in both games but finished neither one of them.
No player was busier than Harrison Holgate last week as Stalybridge Celtic have played five games since 21 April. The full-back started and finished four of the five games in the right-back position. A stand out moment for Holgate was when he thought he had put his side ahead in the game against Coalville Town as he cut inside from the right, fired low but his effort was saved by keeper Elliott Taylor.
Mamadou Djabi was unable to feature for Lancaster City in a 1-1 draw against Buxton on Tuesday and their 2-0 loss to Witton Albion on Saturday as he is side-lined with an injury.