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Posted Tuesday, April 3rd 2018

Loan Watch: Pair on target in 5-1 derby victory

Antoine Semenyo scored twice after Opi Edwards' equaliser as Bath City ran out 5-1 winners in their derby clash with Gloucester City.

The Romans fell behind at Twerton Park but hit five without reply with the help of their Bristol City duo.

Their Good Friday tie with Wellington United was postponed because of the poor weather.

Zak Vyner starred for Plymouth Argyle, earning his side a clean sheet as the Pilgrims beat Southend United 4-0 on Good Friday but their following match with Chesterfield was postponed.

It was a similar story for young goalkeeper Max O'Leary as he earned a clean sheet in Solihull Moors' 0-0 draw with Aldershot Town. Their match v Tranmere was called off.

Jonny Smith was on target for AFC Fylde when he opened the scoring in a 2-0 home win v Halifax Town.

Connor Lemonheigh-Evans also netted in Torquay United's 2-1 win v Woking as well as featuring in their 2-0 away win on Good Friday at Chester.

Elsewhere, Taylor Moore and Joe Morrell featured in Cheltenham Town's 1-0 and 2-1 losses against Carlisle and Exeter City respectively, while Shaun McCoulsky was an unused substitute for Newport County as they drew 1-1 v Coventry. Newport County's match against Chesterfield was postponed.

Aaron Parsons was another unused substitute as Weston-super-Mare FC lost 2-0 at Havant & Waterlooville, with their match against Truro City also cancelled due to the bad weather.

And title-chasing Hereford extended their unbeaten run to four games over the Easter weekend with 2-0 wins v Royston Town and Redditch United, although Cameron Pring did not play in either game.

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