By Brad Saxton | Image by Ben Cook
Here’s our latest round-up on how some of the squad are getting on within their respective loan deals.
The former youth-team captain started Stockton Town’s win over Winterton Rangers at the weekend, helping the club keep a clean sheet as they ran out 2-0 winners. Haase assisted the opening goal as his cross was headed home by forward Kevin Hayes.
This weekend, Haase and Stockton Town take on Sheffield FC in the Northern Premier League East Division.
The midfielder this week completed a loan move to fellow National League side Hartlepool United on a deal until 6th January 2024.
He won’t be able to play against the Minstermen when both sides meet at the LNER Community Stadium a week on Saturday.
He’ll hope to make his debut this coming weekend when the Pools take on Ebbsfleet United at the Suit Direct Stadium.
After returning to the club following a short-term loan deal at Marske United, the young shot-stopper featured for the Minstermen in our 3-2 defeat at Guisborough Town in midweek.
Last Wednesday, Campbell joined North East Counties Premier side Knaresborough Town on loan, and he went on to make his debut four days later in their 2-2 draw at home to Campion in the league.
This weekend, Campbell and Knaresborough take on make the short trip to the So-Trak Stadium to take on Tadcaster Albion in the 9th tier.
The former Leiston midfielder has missed Scarborough Athletic’s two most recent games; Saturday’s Emirates FA Cup 1st Round proper tie at home to Forest Green Rovers and Tuesday evening’s 1-1 draw at home to Chorley in the National League North.
Barnes has featured in two of their most recent games over the last couple of weeks in the sixth tier, starting both their 1-0 win at Curzon Ashton and 2-0 defeat at league leaders Tamworth.
He’ll hope to return to action this coming Saturday as Scarborough make the trip to Derbyshire to take on Alfreton Town.
The young right winger continues to make regular starts for step-four side Bridlington Town.
Harrison featured in their 4-0 win over Stocksbridge Park Steels on Saturday afternoon where he played 63 minutes, before being substituted.
This coming weekend sees Harrison and Bridlington Town take on Newton Aycliffe away from home in the Northern Premier League East Division.
Main hasn’t featured in either of Blyth Spartan’s two most recent fixtures, which were against Scunthorpe United and Southport in the National League North.
This coming Saturday sees the Spartans travel to Brackley Town, a game in which Main will hope to return for.
After most recently featuring in their 2-1 defeat at home to Tonbridge Angels at the end of October, Truro City returned to action on Tuesday evening when they travelled to Slough Town in the National League South.
It’s a game which Sanders once again featured in, but they fell to a 4-0 defeat on the road.
This coming Saturday, Sanders and Truro take on Dartford at home in the sixth tier at the Manadon Sports Hub.