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Posted Tuesday, January 30th 2018

Loan Watch: Smith extends deal and Akpobire heads out

Jonny Smith will spend the rest of the season at AFC Fylde.

The former Wrexham winger, 20, has made 32 appearances for the North West club this season, scoring six times.

He now has the chance to continue his encouraging progress with the National League side, who are just three points off the play-offs.

Meanwhile, Kel Akpobire has joined Guernsey FC for a one-month loan spell.

It will be the young striker’s first loan move and he is set to make his debut against Chipstead tonight.

Also in action tonight are Weston-super-Mare and Bath City, who meet at Woodspring Stadium (7.45pm).

Both teams have two players on loan from Ashton Gate; Ash Harper and Aaron Parsons with Weston, with Antoine Semenyo and James Morton at Bath.

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