Loan Watch | Six Minstermen out at fellow clubs

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Here is our latest round-up of Loan Watch, looking at how some of our players are doing within their respective loan deals at other clubs.  

Finlay Barnes

Barnes has featured off the bench for Scarbrough Athletic in their last couple of games against Alfreton Town in the National League North and Forest Green Rovers in their Emirates FA Cup 1st Round replay.  

On Tuesday night, Barnes once again came off the bench against Kings Lynn Town, but he went on to double their lead in the 90th minute as he helped them secure a 2-0 win in the sixth tier.  

He’ll hope to return to the starting eleven at the weekend as Scarborough Athletic set to take on Bishop Stortford at home at the Flamingo Land Stadium.  

Cedric Main

The on-loan forward is back amongst the goals for National League North side Blyth Spartans following his return to action in recent weeks.  

Main returned to action and came off the bench to score in Blyth’s 3-1 win at Warrington Town in the 2nd Round of the Isuzu FA Trophy on Saturday with a cleverly-worked back-heel from inside the six-yard area last weekend.  

He also featured in their 1-1 draw at home to Chorley on Tuesday evening and Main will hope to keep his place in the starting eleven as they set to take on Peterborough Sports in the National League North on Saturday afternoon.  

Mitch Hancox

After joining fellow National League side Hartlepool United on a loan deal until January, he made his debut in their 2-2 draw at home to Ebbsfleet United at the Suit Direct Stadium. 

After being unable to play against the Minstermen at the weekend as part of his loan agreement, he returned to the matchday squad for their 1-1 draw at Kidderminster Harriers, but he was an unused substitute.  

Hancox will hope to return to the starting eleven this coming weekend when Hartlepool take on Bromley at home in the fifth tier.  

Maison Campbell

The young goalkeeper continues to make regular starts for North East Counties Premier Division side Knaresborough Town.  

After featuring in their 3-2 defeat at Tadcaster Albion last week, he earned another 90 minutes under his belt as he helped them secure a 4-4 draw away at Frickley Athletic.  

He’ll hope to start once again for Knaresborough this coming Saturday as they face a trip to Pickering Town.  

Sam Sanders

The central defender is still earning regular minutes in the heart of Truro City’s defence in the National League South. 

After becoming a regular feature in their side this season, he’s featured in their most recent two fixtures, both ending in 2-0 defeats against Hungerford Town and Weymouth over recent weeks. 

He’ll look to start once again for Truro this weekend as they face a trip to Essex to take on Chelmsford City.  

Jonny Haase

After helping the club to back-to-back clean sheets in recent games, Stockton went one better last weekend as they beat Belper Town 7-1, a game in which Haase was an unused substitute. 

Haase will hope to return to the starting eleven for their trip to West Yorkshire to take on Brighouse Town on Saturday afternoon.