Loan Watch | Barrow back in competitive action & young Hernandez nets three in three

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The latest round-up of how our players are doing out on loan at their respective clubs.

Olly Dyson

The 24-year-old midfielder has made four appearances on loan with Scarborough Athletic, playing a part in two National League North victories for the Seadogs.

Following injury, Dyson has returned to the Minstermen in order to receive treatment.

Quevin Castro

Since joining King’s Lynn Town in January, the 22-year-old has turned out four times for the National League outfit, most recently against Gloucester City in their 2-1 victory.

King’s Lynn Town’s next fixture has been postponed due to their opposition’s progression in the Isuzu FA Trophy.

Maz Kouhyar

The winger has picked up four appearances back at Hereford since returning in January, playing his part in two victories to keep the Bulls’ National League North play-off push ticking.

Having already featured in the Isuzu FA Trophy for the Minstermen, Maz won’t be able to play a part in Hereford’s upcoming home tie against Gateshead.

Maison Campbell

Extended until the end of the season in January, the 20-year-old continues to work alongside the Iron’s number one Ross Fitzsimons.

Scunthorpe travel away to Blyth Spartans on Tuesday night in the hope for three points as they continue to chase down high-flying Tamworth, who turned over the Iron last week to extend their lead at the top.

Scott Barrow

Returning from his extended injury to competitive football, the left-back put in back-to-back-to-back 90-minute games in the National League North for Darlington in January.

Sitting inside the relegation zone, Darlo will be looking to return to winning ways following recent back-to-back losses, with forward Cedric Main also recently acquired from the Minstermen.

Alex Hernandez

The young 17-year-old forward has netted three goals in as many games since joining Winterton Rangers on loan.

North Lincolnshire’s Winterton will travel to Sheffield on Tuesday night in search of valuable points, sitting two shy of jumping out the relegation zone.

Sam Sanders

Defender Sanders continues to rack up the minutes for National League South side Truro City, having extended his loan deal there until the end of the season in January.

With 23 appearances so far, the 22-year-old will be hoping to continue topping up his numbers when Truro travel away to Taunton in a huge six-pointer near the foot of the National League South on Tuesday night.