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Posted Wednesday, March 7th 2018

Loan Watch: Morrell nets again; Edwards heads to Bath

Joe Morrell made it two goals in as many games for Cheltenham Town on Tuesday evening.

The Wales youth international scored from 25 yards, albeit with the aid of a slight deflection, as the Robins fought back to draw 1-1 with promotion-chasing Notts County at Whaddon Road.

Morrell now has three goals from his 30 appearances for his loan club, with whom he will remain for the rest of the season.

Jake Andrews was handed his first start in the same game, with Taylor Moore also involved. 

Pic: ctfc.com

Meanwhile, Opi Edwards has been recalled from his loan spell at Solihull Moors and rejoined Bath City for the remainder of the season.

Fresh from making his debut for the first team at Watford in January, Edwards joined the National League club, appearing four times as a substitute.

He now links up with Bath once more, having spent nine weeks with the Twerton Park club earlier in the season.

The Romans are just two points outside the National League South play-off zone.

Edwards is joined by Antoine Semenyo and James Morton at Twerton.

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