Loan Watch | Barrow hits Team of the Week and Siziba nets a brace

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

Scott Barrow

Returning from his extended injury to competitive football in 2024, the left-back has now put up 13 appearances for Darlington since joining the side in the tier below on loan at the start of the year.

The 35-year-old recently made the Vanarama National League Team of the Week too for his performance against Peterborough Sports on March 16th – a 1-0 win for Darlo.

Barrow has contributed to eight victories when playing, lifting the Quakers out of the relegation zone thanks to the uptick in form.

Darlington are next in action against Rushall Olympic on the road in the Vanarama National League North on Saturday, March 23rd.

Zanda Siziba

After joining on loan in February this year, Siziba has gone on to make six appearances already for National League North side Blyth Spartans.

The 20-year-old also has three goals to his name, most recently netting a brace at home against Buxton on Tuesday, March 19th, lifting the Spartans eight points clear of the relegation spots.

Blyth are next in action on the road against Peterborough Sports on Saturday, March 23rd

Sam Sanders

The defender has now picked up 25 appearances so far this season with National League South’s Truro City.

Games have been hard to come by for Truro City as a club, following several switches of venues this season to try and facilitate action.

Having only played 33 times this season, a flurry of games could be heading Sanders’ way as they look to wrap up survival in the tier below.

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.

Campbell did pick up a further 90 minutes in the Lincolnshire Senior Cup against Cleethorpes Town towards the back end of February, aiding the Iron towards a second final appearance in three years with a 2-1 win.

Jimmy Dean’s side travel to Lincoln City’s LNER Stadium on Wednesday, April 17th to play the final against Spalding United.

Olly Dyson

The 24-year-old midfielder has now made ten appearances for the Seadogs in the Vanarama National League North, since his initial loan spell began in January.

Scarborough are next up against Bishop’s Stortford on Saturday, March 23rd.