In this column, we’ll look back at how the players on loan from the Alex have done this week as well as looking at how they have done during their spell with their loan club.
Shaun Miller – Morecambe
Shaun was not involved for Morecambe in either of their games this week, a 1-1 home draw against Mansfield Town on Saturday and a 2-0 home win against Macclesfield Town last night.
This season – 18 league appearances (21 in all competitions), 2 goals (both league).
Josh Lundstram – Altrincham
Josh played the full game in both games this week, a 1-1 home draw against Kettering on Saturday before 3-2 defeat at Spennymoor Town last night.
This season – 6 league appearances
Billy Sass-Davies – Ashton United
Billy played the full game in their 3-1 home win against Witton Albion on Saturday.
This season – 1 league appearance
Aaron Lomas – Nantwich Town (dual registration)
Aaron was not involved in their 4-1 win at South Shields on Saturday.
This season -3 league appearances
Ethan Hartshorn – Hanley Town
Ethan played the full game in their 4-0 home defeat against 1874 Northwich on Saturday with Hanley playing again tonight.
This season – 4 league appearances (not including tonight’s game)
Daniel Lokko – Whitchurch Alport
There was no game for Whitchurch this week as their game against Longridge was postponed with the opposition involved in the FA Vase instead on Saturday.
This season – 3 league appearances
Jamie Wrench – Alsager Town
Jamie was not involved in their 4-1 home defeat against Cheadle Nomads on Saturday.
This season – 2 league appearances
Connor Heath – Colwyn Bay
Connor was not involved for Colwyn Bay in their 3-2 away win at Llanfair United on Saturday.
This season – no appearances so far
15/2 14:30 – Colwyn Bay vs Penrhyncoch
15/2 15:00 – Grimsby Town vs Morecambe
15/2 15:00 – Blyth Spartans vs Altrincham
15/2 15:00 – Ashton United vs Warrington Town
15/2 15:00 – Nantwich Town vs Basford United
15/2 15:00 – Whitchurch Alport vs Northwich Victoria
15/2 15:00 – Alsager Town vs Barnton FC
18/2 19:45 – Hanley Town vs Irlam