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Young Dons help former Wimbledon favourite to first victory

Loan watch: A round-up of Saturday's action involving our players

7 February 2022

Defender Isaac Ogundere and striker Quaine Bartley got off to a winning start under their new boss Sammy Moore.

Having helped our under 18s to the Youth Alliance South East title in midweek, they were both named in the Potters Bar starting line-up by the former Wimbledon favourite for the Isthmian Premier game away to Kingstonian.

Bartley came off in the second half while Ogundere (pictured) played the full game in a 2-1 victory for the Hertfordshire club – Moore’s first win from his second game in charge.

Alfie Bendle scored twice for Corinthian-Casuals in their 3-3 draw at Bishop’s Stortford. Seventeen-year-old Bendle pulled a goal back in the 18th minute and then equalised three minutes from time to earn a point. There was also more game time for midfield colleague Elliott Bolton.

Striker Corie Andrews made his fifth appearance for Colchester United, coming off 10 minutes before time in their 1-0 victory at Leyton Orient in League Two.

Goalkeeper Zaki Oualah pulled off some impressive saves on his National League South debut for Billericay Town. However, they went on to lose 2-1 at Hemel Hempstead Town after taking the lead.

Defender Luke Jenkins again caught the eye for Tonbridge Angels, despite only appearing for just over 70 minutes. He was substituted in a 3-1 victory at Dorking Wanderers after setting up the visitors' opening goal with a cross.

Defender Jack Currie helped Eastbourne Borough keep a clean sheet in their goalless draw at Braintree Town, but he did receive a yellow card in the process.

Striker David Fisher clocked up his 50th senior appearance recently, but he was unable to help Hampton & Richmond get anything from their match at home to Oxford City. Fellow forward Zach Robinson started the match and Fisher came on as a substitute for the last quarter of the game, but the match ended in a 3-0 defeat.

Winger Dylan Adjei-Hersey earned Merstham’s man-of-the-match accolade for his attacking presence in their 3-0 defeat at Cray Wanderers. Also in the Isthmian League, midfielder Kwaku Frimpong came off early in Carshalton Athletic’s 1-1 draw at Folkestone Invicta. Midfielder Isaac Olaniyan was on the bench for Chipstead’s 2-1 defeat at home to Basingstoke Town.


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