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Loan watch: Town players in action over the weekend

26 February 2018

Several Fleetwood Town players were in action for their respective loan clubs over the weekend, here's how they fared...

Ashley Nadesan featured as a 64th minute substitute in Carlisle United’s 1-0 victory away at Yeovil Town. Keith Curle’s side – who now sit 10th in League Two – have won their last three matches in a row.

Alex Reid came on as a second-half substitute in Solihull Moors’ 0-0 stalemate at home to 6th placed Wrexham last Tuesday. The point means that Reid and his teammates move one point closer to safety in the National League, with Moors now sitting in 21st, just two points behind Barrow.

Victor Nirennold missed Guiseley’s crushing 4-0 away defeat away to high-flying Sutton United through injury. The result sees Guiseley remain rooted to the bottom of the league table.

Matt Urwin was denied a third successive clean sheet late on as Nuneaton’s Ashley Chambers scored the equaliser for the home side six minutes before time to rescue a point. The draw at Liberty Way means Chorley have only won one of their last six, but sit just three points off the playoffs in the National League North after the 1-1 draw.

Luke Higham started in FC United of Manchester’s 1-0 away defeat to AFC Telford. The away side went down to John McAtee’s 34th minute strike and were unable to rescue anything from the game. FC United will be looking worryingly over their shoulders in the National League North, languishing just three points above the drop zone.

Ricardo Kip remained an unused substitute as SC Cambuur were held at home with FC Emmen in a 1-1 draw. The Dutchman’s side sit 13th in the Ereste Divisie, the second tier of football in the Netherlands.

Dan Mooney and Lewis Baines both started for Ashton United in an enthralling encounter with Evo-Stick Premier table-toppers Altrincham. United were trailing 3-1 at the hour mark before two late goals rescued them a point as they continue their push for a play-off place.

Mama Djabi featured as a substitute in Lancaster City’s 2-0 home defeat to Rushall Olympic. The result sees visitors close the gap to City to just one point in the Northern Premier League.

Harrison Holgate came off the bench in the 83rd minute but couldn’t help Stalybridge Celtic as they suffered a 2-0 defeat in the hands of Stafford Rangers. Celtic sit in 21st in the Evo-Stik Premier, six points behind Matlock Town.

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