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Loan update

14 November 2019

Let's take a look at how Stags' loanees have been performing at their respective clubs...

Tyrese Sinclair, Radcliffe FC

The 18-year-old attacking midfielder has been improving steadily at BetVictor Northern Premier League side Radcliffe.

He has become a mainstay in the Boro’s starting XI and won the club's Player of the Month award in September after registering two goals and three assists in his first five matches.

He has since scored once early in October as he struck a penalty in a win over Hyde United.

His side currently sit 12th, just two points off the play-offs, with games in hand on most of those above them. 

 

Tom Fielding, Ilkeston Town

The young midfielder joined Northern Premier League Division One South East side Ilkeston at the last month and made a fantastic impression instantly.

The 20-year-old came off the bench to inspire a brilliant comeback on his debut against Sheffield FC as his side ended up 3-2 victors after being two goals down with little more than 20 minutes to play.

He has since made two further appearances, featuring in a 3-1 defeat to Bedworth United and a 2-2 draw with Frickley Athletic.

 

Jason Law, Leek Town

Versatile forward Law has made four appearances since signing for eighth tier Leek last month, helping his side to two wins.

The 20-year-old opened his goalscoring account on his debut as he headed home from close range, helping his side to a 2-2 draw against Newcastle Town.

His performances led to his loan being extended following its initial ending date of Sunday 03 November.

 

Aiden Walker, Leek Town

Central defender Walker joined Leek alongside Law and like his teammate, has also had a positive impact on his new side.

The youngster prodded home the opener in a 5-2 FA Trophy win at Newcastle Town.

His most recent appearance came on Saturday as he replaced the injured Olly Harrison in a 3-1 FA Trophy loss to Workington.

Leek’s next game sees them host Loughborough Dynamo as they continue their push for promotion.


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