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Posted Monday, September 9th 2019

The City loans report

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

Coventry City edged Blackpool in a thrilling encounter at the Ricoh Arena. Liam Walsh played the full 90 minutes as Coventry fought from 2-0 down to win 3-2, thanks to an injury-time winner.

Robbie Cundy completed a loan move to Torquay United last week and went straight into Gary Johnson's defence, helping the side to a 4-2 win against Harrogate.

Central midfielder James Morton came off the bench to help Forest Green Rovers secure a 1-0 victory over Cambridge United.

There were further wins for Vince Harper and Tom Harrison who played 90 minutes in Gloucester City's 2 1 win against Darlington, while Zak Smith got an assist in Taunton Town's 3-0 Emirates FA Cup qualifying round win at Winchester. Bradley Webb also played the full 90 minutes in this match.

Winger Owura Edwards was a constant threat in Bath City's 3-0 win over Hampton & Richmond Borough last Tuesday and followed it up in good form against Billericay. He showed good movement to get into the box where he was fouled for City's penalty in the 1-1 draw.

Cameron Pring and Rory Holden played in Walsall's 0-0 draw away to Colchester.

But there was defeat for Evesham United and Lochlan Robertson, who were beaten 2-0 against Dorchester Town.

City players out on loan:

  • Jamie Paterson (Derby County, Championship)
  • Zak Vyner (Aberdeen, Scottish Premiership)
  • Liam Walsh (Coventry City, League One)
  • Joe Morrell (Lincoln City, League One)
  • Max O'Leary (Shrewsbury Town, League One)
  • Matty Taylor (Oxford United, 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 (Torquay United, National League)
  • Opi Edwards and Connor Lemonheigh-Evans (Torquay United, National League)
  • Harvey Smith and Owura Edwards (Bath City, National League South)
  • Vince Harper (Gloucester City, National League North)
  • Zak Smith and Bradley Webb (Taunton Town, Southern League Premier South)
  • Lochlan Robertson (Evesham United, Southern League Division One South)

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