Charlie Gilmour was one of six Norwich City loanees in action over the weekend, and has played the maximum amount of minutes in SC Telstar’s opening four fixtures of Dutch league Eerste Divisie.
The 20-year-old played his part in his side’s first defeat of the season, losing 4-2 to NEC, who sit two places above Telstar having scored four more goals. Seven points from a possible 12 see Gilmour’s side sit eighth in the second tier of Dutch football.
In League One, James Husband played the full 90 minutes in Blackpool’s 1-1 draw at Portsmouth on Saturday. The result sees the Seasiders remain unbeaten after six matches and hold onto third place, only behind Lincoln City and ahead of Coventry City and Wycombe Wanderers through goal difference.
Across the pond, Caleb Richards took part in Tampa Bay Rowdies’ painful 2-1 defeat at home to title rivals Nashville. That result leaves Tampa Bay on third place in the USL Championship - Eastern Conference, but with a game in hand on Nashville in second, while New York Red Bulls Reserves occupy the top spot. Eight matches remain for Richards to play his part in a fight for the title.
Over in the National League North, Alfie Payne featured in Kings Lynn Town’s 2-0 win over a struggling Darlington side, putting the former second in the league and just one point behind York City.
Down in the South division of the National League, Aston Oxborough got a 90-minute run out in Wealdstone’s 2-1 victory against Maidstone United, keeping them at the top of the standings with seven wins and just one defeat in 2018-19.
Last but not least, Daniel Barden was the man between the sticks for Bury Town’s 2-0 win over Canvey Island on Saturday. Those three points keep Bury second in the Non League Division One Isthmian North, two points adrift of Canvey Island.