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Mixed fortunes for Dons duo Jack and Elliott

Two of our loanees are facing differing outcomes this season

14 March 2022

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On loan defender Jack Currie has helped Eastbourne Borough climb into the play-off places in National League South.

Currie (pictured left with Elliott Bolton) made a vital challenge to deny former AFC Wimbledon striker Charlie Sheringham in the second half on Saturday. The Sussex club went on to secure back-to-back wins with a 1-0 victory at Chelmsford City. That put them sixth in the table.

Goalkeeper Zaki Oualah is playing an important role with Billericay Town, who took a big step towards survival, as the basement club won 4-1 at Hungerford Town and closed the gap at the bottom of the table.

Having been a regular in midfield for Corinthian-Casuals this season, Elliott Bolton is expected to miss the rest of the campaign due to a MCL (medial collateral ligament) injury. The Isthmian Premier mid-table side lost 2-1 at home to Leatherhead, but Alfie Bendle was joined by substitute Isaac Olaniyan when he came on for the last thirteen minutes and made his debut for the Tolworth-based club. 

Defender Isaac Ogundere was shown a yellow card, but he and his Potters Bar Town team-mates were celebrating a late winner at the final whistle after a 3-2 victory at Carshalton Athletic. The Hertfordshire club continue to climb to mid-table safety under the guidance of Sammy Moore.

It was a tough afternoon for defender Huseyin Biler and winger Dylan Adjei-Hersey. They were both part of a Merstham side beaten 6-0 at Bishop’s Stortford, for whom former AFC Wimbledon youngster Frankie Merrifield scored a hat-trick and Biler unfortunately registered an own goal.

Welsh midfielder Morgan Williams and young Norwegian forward Aron Sasu gained more experience of men’s football. The Academy duo played for Colliers Wood United, in a 2-1 defeat to Badshot Lea in the Combined Counties League.

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