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Loan Watch: Andrews off the mark

Jake Andrews grabbed his first goal of the season as Chippenham Town beat Gloucester City last night.

The youngster, who helped the Blue Army to the Southern League title in 2016/17, is back at Chippenham for another loan spell.

Reported to be a constant menace to the Gloucester defence, Andrews scored the decisive second goal in the 55th minute.

Weston-Super-Mare thumped Wealdstone in a very impressive 5-1 win, in which Aden Baldwin started and Ashley Harper came off the bench early in the second half.

Elsewhere, Jojo Wollacott was an unused substitute for Bath City in their 2-1 victory over Oxford City.

ANDREWS OFF THE MARK

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