Over the past few weeks, six Slough Town players have featured for other clubs, either on loan or on a dual registration basis.
It’s fair to say Francis Amartey’s loan spell at Hendon has been a success. The striker has scored 7 goals in as many games for the Southern League Premier Division South side since joining last month, including two braces, both against Hayes & Yeading United.
In those games, Francis came up against winger Joe Grant, who has been playing for the west London side on a dual registration basis. He opened the scoring as they beat Poole Town 3-2 on Tuesday night in the FA Cup, setting up a televised First Round tie against Oxford United. It was Grant’s third goal since joining the club, his first also coming in the FA Cup against Hendon, while the second was in a 6-0 League Cup win over Metropolitan Police.
Sean Fraser has also been in action, playing three games for struggling Beaconsfield Town in Southern League Premier Division South over the last couple of weeks. His first game was a 2-1 home defeat against Hartley Wintney, but Sean has helped the Rams shore up defensively of late, with their next two games finishing 0-0.
16-year-old goalkeeper Nojus Trinovas made his senior debut for Badshot Lea last month in the FA Vase – a 4-2 win over Cobham – and has starred for Windsor of late. He has played the last four games for the Stag Meadow side, keeping a clean sheet against Lydney Town in the Hellenic League Premier Division and most notably saving three spot-kicks in a shootout victory over tenants Virginia Water in the Hellenic League Floodlit Cup.
Finally, Manny Williams and Guy Hollis have both had match time for Southern League Premier Division South clubs. Manny has played two games for Harrow Borough, a 1-1 draw at Chesham United and a 2-1 home defeat against Metropolitan Police, whilst Guy played 90 minutes for Farnborough on Saturday.
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