McGavin and Osbourne on Target For Loan Clubs
Saturday, 4th Sep 2021 20:06
On-loan duo Brett McGavin and Tyrese Osbourne netted goals for King’s Lynn and AFC Sudbury respectively this afternoon.
Midfielder McGavin scored an 86th-minute free-kick to secure a 3-3 draw for the Linnets at Eastleigh in the Vanarama National League.
U18s forward Osbourne scored a final-minute winner for Sudbury as they beat Potton in the FA Cup having come on as a sub in the 78th minute.
Elsewhere, Tyreece Simpson played the full 90 minutes for Swindon as they drew 1-1 at Stevenage in League Two, while Corrie Ndaba was similarly on the field for the whole match as Salford were beaten 2-1 at Carlisle.
Ross Crane was in the the Concord Rangers side which beat Hemel Hempstead 1-0 at home, while Callum Page helped Needham Market to a 1-0 FA Cup home victory over St Ives Town.
Tommy Smith and Colin Oppong were in the Lowestoft Town team which was beaten 3-0 at Bishop’s Stortford, also in the FA Cup.
Keeper Bert White was in the Gosport Borough team which beat Plymouth Parkway 2-1 at home in the FA Cup.
Armando Dobra’s Colchester debut was scuppered due to their opponents, Sutton United, recording a number of positive Covid tests.
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