Read the latest news about the involvement of nine of our young players at non-league clubs...
SAM WILSON (Corby Town)
Our highly rated shot-stopper Sam Wilson is currently on a season-long loan with Evo-Stik side Corby Town. The Steelmen travelled to Belper Town on Saturday - in which Wilson was in goal -- but lost 1-0 to dent Corby’s play-off push. Throughout the season, Wilson has featured heavily in goal for Corby and he will be hoping to help get them back into the play-off hunt.
TEDDY BLOOR (Frickley Athletic)
The attacking minded right-back is having a fairly prosperous time with high-flying Frickley as they maintain a seven-match winning streak, following a 3-2 win over Leek Town. Teddy was brought on at the 70-minute mark and helped Leek to win the game with ten men.
Belper managed to edge-out Corby Town in the Evo-Stik, winning 1-0. Stags’ young centre-half, Kieran Harrison gave an assured performance for the Nailers, playing all 90 minutes helping Belper to consolidate their mid-table place.
KANE BALDWIN (Belper Town)
Defender Kane Baldwin has found himself deprived of first team appearances lately for the Nailers. This past weekend Belper beat Corby Town 1-0 in the Evo-Stik. Baldwin was an unused substitute for the match.
LOUIS DANQUAH (Gresley)
Left-back Louis Danquah is enjoying a full season-loan with Gresley. He has played an important role within the first-team. Danquah has been able to work on his attacking game, featuring mainly as a left winger for the Moatmen. Gresley were scheduled to host Newcastle Town this past weekend. However, the game was postponed.
ALISTAIR SMITH (Loughbrough Dynamo)
The central attacking midfielder Alistair Smith has benefited from his time at Loughborough Dynamo although the Moes haven’t enjoyed the best form of late. Their poor form continued with a 4-0 loss to Romulus this past weekend. Smith played in the loss though looked lively throughout. As the match entered time-added-on Smith saw a fine effort cannon off the upright to safety.
TYLER BLAKE (Frickley Athletic)
Forward Tyler Blake is enjoying his time at Frickley. He is the former Stags’ youth team captain and is in good form for the Blues. He set up Jacob Hazel to score Frickley’s second. The Blues secured a 3-2 win over league rivals Leek Town.
JASON LAW (Gresley)
Pacey frontman Jason Law has been somewhat of an integral part of the Gresley side since joining on loan. He didn’t get the chance to play this past weekend thanks to the postponement of the fixture against Newcastle Town.
JORDAN GRAHAM (Hednesford Town)
Striker Jordan Graham has worked hard for loan club Hednesford Town over the past few months and has impressed for the West Midlands’ club. Jordan missed the chance to play this past weekend as Hednesford’s game against Farsley Celtic was postponed.