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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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midastouch added 08:18 - Sep 5
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Linkboy13 added 11:17 - Sep 5
Find it quite sad that our young players end up at clubs like Kings Lynn but the facts don't lie at twenty one he should be playing league two football. The chances of him breaking into the first team are very remote at Ipswich but he's not the only one.
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bluesteal74 added 12:52 - Sep 5
Well done lads 👍
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midastouch added 13:13 - Sep 5
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Sharkey added 15:36 - Sep 5
Pleased for McGavin- it must feel great to score and run to the away fans after the year he’s had.( not just with Cook’s plain disregard for him, but also up in Scotland.) He’s younger now than Bonne was when he asked to leave Colchester so he could go down to the National League to get game time, - so we can only hope Brett’s career can take a similar upturn.

There were three or four attendances around the 6000 mark in that league yesterday, so there will be some big occasions and hopefully he thrives on them. Off to a good start, certainly.
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