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Posted Monday, March 26th 2018

Loan Watch: Duo involved in eight goal thriller

Taylor Moore and Jake Andrews helped Cheltenham Town complete the league double over Crawley Town on Saturday in an entertaining 5-3 win.

The City pair were both named in the starting XI at the Checkatrade.com Stadium, while Joe Morrell was unavailable due to his involvement with Wales Under-21s.

The Robins are now undefeated in their last five league games and the defeat was just the third home loss the Sussex-based club have experienced since mid-October.

Zak Vyner’s eight-match unbeaten run with Plymouth Argyle came to an end at Charlton Athletic.

Two goals inside 17 minutes saw the 3,000-plus travelling Pilgrims depart The Valley empty handed as their side slipped out of the League One play-off places.

Shawn McCoulsky played the last half-an-hour in Newport County’s 2-1 home defeat to Crewe Alexandra.

Max O’Leary was awarded Man of the Match after his heroics secured a point for Solihull Moors in their goalless draw at FC Halifax Town.

Jonny Smith completed 69 minutes for AFC Fylde in their 2-0 defeat at mid-table Dagenham & Redbridge.

However, there was no action for Connor Lemonheigh-Evans as Torquay United’s National League match with Guiseley was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Opi Edwards featured for Bath City in their 2-1 loss to Havant & Waterloovile and the attacker was replaced by fellow City loanee Antoine Semenyo 15 minutes from the full time whistle.

Elsewhere, there were victories for Cameron Pring (Hereford FC, 5-1 against Gosport Borough) and Aaron Parsons (Weston-super-Mare, 1-0 over Bognor Regis).

Pic: ctfc.com

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