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Loan Round Up: February 2019

18 February 2019

Seven of our players out on loan were in action over the weekend for their respective clubs. Find out how all of the lads on loan got on in our loan round up.

Andy Boyle - Ross County
Boyle helped Ross County reach the final of the Scottish Challenge Cup on Friday night, with the Staggies beating East Fife 2-1 in the semi-finals of the competition.

Ben Pringle - Tranmere Rovers
Pringle played over an hour for Tranmere Rovers in their 0-0 draw away to Cambridge United before being replaced on 66 minutes.

Chris Maxwell - Charlton Athletic
Goalkeeper Chris Maxwell is still waiting for his Addicks debut and was once again amongst the substitutes for their 0-0 draw with Blackpool on Saturday.

Connor Simpson - Carlisle United
Connor was back in the squad for Carlisle's clash with MK Dons at Brunton Park, but was an unused substitute as the hosts lost 3-2.

Graham Burke - Gillingham
Graham Burke made his third start in a row for the Gills as they ran out 1-0 winners over Scunthorpe United. Burke played 85 minutes in a crucial win to move the side out of the bottom four.

Kevin O'Connor - Cork City
O'Connor played an hour of Cork City's 1-0 defeat to St Patrick's Athletic on Friday evening, the first game of the new season. That his second start in a row after scoring on his return to the club the previous week.

Marnick Vermijl - MVV Maastricht
Marnick once again played the full 90 minutes as MVV Maastricht ran out 4-2 winners of Jong FC Utrecht in the Dutch second tier on Friday night.

Michael Howard - Stalybridge Celtic
Michael Howard was a late substitute for Stalybridge Celtic in their 1-0 defeat to Gainsborough Trinity. Howard came on for the final 15 minutes of the game after missing the last game against Witton Albion.

Tom Stead - Kendal Town
After making his debut last weekend, Tom Stead captained Kendal Town in their home game against Glossop North End, but it ended in defeat for the hosts with the Hillmen 3-1 winners.


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