It was a positive weekend for the Chesterfield loanees after their respective clubs were victorious at the weekend.
Ricky German started in Matlock Town’s 3-0 away win against Whitby Town on Saturday afternoon. It was Matlock’s third successive victory since appointing David Hoole as interim manager.
German was unfortunate not to open the scoring after six minutes. A swift counter-attack saw the ball land at the feet of the striker inside the six-yard box, but he sliced his attempt wide.
A brace from Harry Limb and an individual strike from Michael Williams saw the Gladiators leapfrog their opponents in the Evo-Stik Premier division. Marshall Willock was an unused substitute.
Scott Wiseman came off the bench during Rochdale’s 1-0 away win against play-off chasing Peterborough United on Saturday.
It was an eventful afternoon for former England U20 international Ian Henderson. Dale’s captain scored his fourth goal in five games after pouncing on a loose ball inside 16 minutes.
But the forward’s 20th goal of the campaign was followed by a sending off eight minutes after half-time, after a reckless challenge on Peterborough’s Gwion Edwards.
Rochdale survived a late Peterborough onslaught which moved them within one-point of safety.
On-loan forward Delial Brewster was named amongst the Chorley Town substitutes on Saturday, after Josh Wilson pulled up injured in the warm-up.
Chorley won the game 2-0 against Blyth Spartans however, Brewster remained an unused substitute and will be hoping to make an appearance when Chorley host Stockport County on Tuesday night.
Like Matlock Town, it was the Magpies’ third successive victory which keeps them sixth in the National League North table.