There’s only one win in four as Port Vale’s loaned-out players mostly endured a weekend to forget.
Here’s our round-up of how they fared…
Campbell-Gordon’s side coast to win as he sits on bench
He didn’t have much to do with it personally, but promising defender Ryan Campbell-Gordon saw Ilkeston Town coast to a 3-0 win over Market Drayton. Vale youngster Campbell-Gordon was an unused sub during the game having joined the Northern Premier League Division One South East side earlier that weekend.
Trickett-Smith endures nightmare debut
Midfielder Daniel Trickett-Smith had a debut to forget at Curzon Ashton. The home side were already losing 1-0 to Brackley Town when the midfielder was introduced on 55 minutes. Sadly the National League North side conceded three more goals to slump to a poor 4-0 loss.
Late agony for Alex Hurst
Alex Hurst’s former club Bradford Park Avenue have had a rotten season so far but there at least signs of an upturn. The Vale youngster, loaned back to his old National League North club, played ninety minutes of the game against Spennymoor at the weekend. Park Avenue took an early lead only for the visitors to snatch a late equaliser.
Berks gets game time during Stafford draw
Midfielder Joe Berks came on as a sub on the hour mark as his side Stafford Rangers drew 0-0 with FC United of Manchester.