Sheffield Wednesday loan man makes starring debut, another has new manager after surprise dismissal


And it was a hectic weekend for them, each enjoying at least some game time, one making a successful debut and the other facing a manager change.

Here’s a look at what happened.

Cameron Dawson – City of Exeter

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Already a cult hero in Devon where he retained his fine form, Dawson made a handful of decent saves as Exeter drew 1-1 with Hartlepool United. It’s a result that keeps both teams in the playoffs but ends their impressive record of three straight clean sheets.

Dawson has conceded just six goals in 10 games, including three in a 3-0 loss to Leyton Orient. Speaking after the game, manager Matt Taylor once again praised his effort between the sticks.

Ryan Galvin – Gloucester City

It has been a dramatic weekend for the young left-back, whose loan spell with Gloucester will continue under new management following the sacking of Paul Groves.

Sheffield Wednesday youngster Ryan Galvin (right) fights for the ball on loan to Gloucester City.

A 3-0 loss to Gateshead was the last straw and brought a miserable five-game losing form on the spin. Galvin played 90 minutes in the loss and looking for reports acquitted himself well.

Galvin and Wednesday are hoping any new boss arrives and likes the look of old young Wigan.

Liam Waldock – Gainsborough Trinity

Another 90 minutes in the tank in midfield for Waldock, who crashed and reportedly did well in racing from midfield.

Gainsborough drew 1-1 with Radcliffe.

Charles Hagan – Borough of Hampton and Richmond

Coming off the bench again in a 1-1 draw with Oxford City, Hagan fought for 25 minutes but failed to land a very important winner as it was the London team that scored three points.

The point keeps Hampton & Richmond in eighth place in the National League South, just one point off the playoff spots in the early season stakes.

But they’ve only won one in their last five games and Hagan will imagine his chances for a starting spot in the games to come.

Alex Hunt – Town of Grimsby

Hunt’s third-placed Grimsby’s side continued their impressive form in the National League, which they can take top spot if they win their current game.

A 1-1 draw at Maidenhead United was all they could handle, but extended a long unbeaten streak that included five wins on the spin before that clash.

Reports show the small midfielder left in the second half after struggling to pass a throw-in.

Ciaran Brennan – Notts County

The most recent of the brigade on loan on Wednesday, Brennan entered the injury-torn defense of Notts County as they lost 1-0 at Altrincham to abandon their unbeaten National League record this season.

The Republic of Ireland junior international, however, did well, coming out on top of the player rankings and, according to local reports, “showing real maturity”.

Luke Jackson – Guiseley

Guiseley’s top-down form in the Northern National League continued as they lost 2-1 to Boston United.

Jackson wasn’t at fault for any of the goals, made good saves and seems to be building a decent reputation among Lions fans.


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