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Loan watch: An away day victory for Elliott

How Wimbledon players are getting on elsewhere

17 January 2022

Elliott Bolton enjoyed that away day winning feeling at the weekend.

Bolton (pictured) helped a Corinthian-Casuals side come back from a goal down to snatch a late, 2-1 victory at Cray Wanderers in the Isthmian League on Saturday.

Defender Luke Jenkins continues to make real progress at Tonbridge Angels. The Kent club knocked National League King’s Lynn Town out of the FA Trophy to reach the fifth round. Jenkins held his nerve to slot home from the spot at Longmead, when he scored the winning penalty for Angels to go through 4-3 from a shoot-out, after the tie had finished one-all.

Having made his debut for Colchester United in a 2-0 defeat at Forest Green in League Two in midweek, striker Corie Andrews played for 82 minutes on Saturday. However, his first home game for his new side also ended in a 2-0 defeat to visitors Barrow. Closer to home, Colchester visit Sutton United tomorrow night.

Defender Jack Currie continues to clock up the minutes with Eastbourne Borough in National League South. He played the full game, as the Sussex club beat Hungerford Town 5-2.

Strike pairing David Fisher and Zach Robinson started the game for Hampton & Richmond against Dorking Wanderers at the Beveree. Fisher was shown a yellow card and substituted eight minutes from time in a 2-1 defeat, to a side that included former Dons Barry Fuller, Dan Gallagher and Jason Prior.

Defender Josh Hallard bounced back with second place Met Police in Southern League South. Having been beaten by top of the table Farnborough in midweek, Hallard and his new teammates won 3-1 at Salisbury City.

Midfielder Kwaku Frimpong has made a successful start to his stay with Carshalton Athletic, figuring in their third successive victory after they won 1-0 at Bowers & Pitsea also in the Isthmian League.

Defender Huseyin Biler returned to action and made his debut for Merstham, in the game at Lewes. Both he and winger Dylan Adjei-Hersey played the full 90 minutes of a 3-0 defeat, although both caught the eye with Biler particularly impressive on his first appearance.

Midfielder Isaac Olaniyan has made a couple of substitute appearances since his loan move to Chipstead - the latest in a 2-1 defeat at Marlow. Defender Isaac Ogundere was named as a substitute for Leatherhead, for their 4-0 defeat away to Worthing.

Pic credit: Andy Nunn.

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