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Posted Monday, April 23rd 2018

Loan Watch: O'Leary keeping Solihull in the National League

Max O’Leary produced another Man of the Match display to take Solihull Moors within a point of National League survival.

The City stopper’s loan club have now gone nine games unbeaten, including five clean sheets along the way.

On Saturday O’Leary produced a string of fine saves as the Moors drew 1-1 at AFC Fylde, with Jonny Smith featuring for the hosts.

Cameron Pring’s title-winning Hereford FC celebrated their success by thrashing Kettering Town 4-1 at Edgar Street.

Connor Lemonheigh-Evans and George Dowling played their part as Torquay United held Hartlepool United to a 1-1 draw.

Meanwhile, Aaron Parsons’ Weston-super-Mare suffered a 3-1 defeat at Welling United.

There was also disappointment for Antoine Semenyo and Opi Edwards as Bath City lost 2-0 at Dartford.

Zak Vyner suffered only his second defeat whilst on loan at Plymouth Argyle, slipping to a 2-0 reverse at Northampton Town.

Taylor Moore and Joe Morrell were involved in a seven-goal thriller, losing by the odd goal at Cambridge United.

Finally, in Sweden, Gustav Engvall's Gothenburg were beaten 2-0 at AIK in the Allsvenskan.

Meanwhile, Gustav Engvall has scored for the first time since rejoining Gothenburg on loan.

Making his first start, the City striker netted the only goal of the game against Dalkurd on the stroke of half-time to claim all three points in the Allsvenskan.

Last month Engvall agreed a loan switch back to his former club, having previously spent two separate spells with Djurgardens.

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