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Loan Round Up

27 October 2015


Eagles winger Sullay Kaikai made it four goals in four games for Shrewsbury Town when he arrowed a low shot into the bottom corner at home against Bury on Saturday.

Kaikai's strike put the Shrews ahead on 28 minutes at the New Meadow, before Abu Ogogo - the creator of the opener - fired in a second after half time to secure the home side were back to winning ways after consecutive defeats in League One.

Despite his bright first half, Kaikai was substituted at the break, having contributed enough in the opening 45 minutes.

Jerome Binnom-Williams played the full 90 minutes for Burton Albion, as Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's side secured a 2-0 home win over Port Vale. The Brewers left it late, scoring in the 84th and 90th minutes, but managed to take the three points to remain third in League One.

In the Championship, Jack Hunt played the full 90 of Sheffield Wednesday's away win against Rotherham United - a club he has previously spent time on loan at. The right-back received a booking during the victory.

Jonny Williams played close to 70 minutes for Nottingham Forest as they drew 1-1 with Ipswich Town at the City Ground. The creative midfielder had left the action before the scoring started, with former Palace man Jonathan Parr putting the visitors ahead on 74 minutes before Liam Trotter's 95th minute debut strike earned Dougie Freedman's Forest a point.

Hiram Boateng continued to prove himself to be an important player in the heart of midfield for Plymouth Argyle, playing nearly an hour of their 2-1 win at Luton Town. The victory keeps the League Two side four points clear at the top of the table.

Goalkeeper Chris Kettings was in Emirates FA Cup action for Bromley, as they fell to a 2-1 home defeat against Eastleigh on Saturday - one day before his 23rd birthday!

Christian Scales was an unused substitute in Crawley Town's away win at Hartlepool, whilst striker Keshi Anderson did not feature in Doncaster Rovers' 4-0 away defeat to Peterborough United.

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