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James Crawley writes

Posted Monday, August 19th 2019

The City loans report

Keep up to date with the latest performances from the Robins players out on loan.

It was a good weekend for City's shotstoppers with Jojo Wollacott keeping a debut clean sheet in a 1-0 win for Forest Green Rovers. It was the perfect follow-up to his Carabao Cup penalty heroics, after helping Rovers overcome Charlton Athletic in midweek.

Max O'Leary also kept his second clean sheet in a row at the weekend, during Shrewsbury Town's 0-0 draw with Rochdale.

Joe Morrell played his part in a 4-0 win for Lincoln City, while Connor Lemonheigh-Evans and substitute Opi Edwards helped Torquay United to a 2-1 win over Dover.

Harvey Smith helped Bath City to their third clean sheet in a 0-0 draw, while Zak Smith put in a man-of-the-match debut display in Taunton Town's 3-2 win v Chesham United. Bradley Webb also made an appearance from the bench.

However, there were defeats for Cameron Pring and Rory Holden as Walsall slipped to a 1-0 loss against Crewe and Vince Harper's Gloucester City were beaten 4-0 away to Chester.

Loanees through to the Carabao Cup second round following last week's results: Jojo Wollacott (Forest Green Rovers), Jamie Paterson (Derby County) and George Nurse (Newport County)

City players out on loan:

  • Jamie Paterson (Derby County, Championship)
  • Zak Vyner (Aberdeen, Scottish Premiership)
  • Joe Morrell (Lincoln City, League One)
  • Max O'Leary (Shrewsbury Town, League One)
  • Cameron Pring and Rory Holden (Walsall, League Two)
  • George Nurse (Newport County, League Two)
  • James Morton and Jojo Wollacott (Forest Green Rovers, League Two)
  • Robbie Cundy (Exeter City, League Two)
  • Opi Edwards and Connor Lemonheigh-Evans (Torquay United, National League)
  • Harvey Smith (Bath City, National League South)
  • Vince Harper (Gloucester City, National League North)
  • Zak Smith and Bradley Webb (Taunton Town, Southern League Premier South)

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