Loan Watch: Weir Nets In Champions League

From Champions League strikes to dramatic wins in the National League, it's been another packed week for Everton's loanees. Here is an overview of their progress in this week's Loan Watch.

Kenzie Weir - Glasgow City
Opponent: FC Ginta (Neutral Venue)
Competition: UEFA Women's Champions League Round 1 Final
 Saturday 9 September
3-0 win
Everton Academy graduate Kenzie Weir scored her first senior goal as she helped Glasgow City progress into the next round of qualifying for the UEFA Women's Champions League. The Blues defender headed in City's second on 29 minutes against their Lithuanian opponents. An impressive outing for the 19-year-old, who was voted Player of the Match by the Glasgow City supporters.  

Reece Welch - Forest Green  
Opponent: Crewe Alexandra (H)    
Competition: League Two   
Date: Saturday 9 September    
Result: 1-4 loss   
Overview: Welch provided an assist as Forest Green took the lead against sixth-placed Crewe Alexandra, but the visitors came back to win convincingly and condemn the Green Devils to their fourth defeat of the campaign.

Harry Tyrer - Chesterfield   
Opponent: Dagenham & Redbridge (H) 
Competition: National League   
Date: Saturday 9 September   
Result: 3-1 win  
Overview: The dramatic games continued for young goalkeeper Tyrer, as Chesterfield scored twice late one to secure another three points. Tyrer started for Chesterfield and was called into action early on to deny Dagenham's Ryan Hill with a smart save. Chesterfield sit second in the National League, only behind Barnet only on goal difference. 

Zan-Luk Leban - Slovenia U21s     
Bosnia and Herzegovinia U21s    
Under-21s European Championship qualifier
Thursday 7 September    
2-1 win   
Goalkeeper Zan-Luk Leban was on the bench as Slovenia U21s came from behind to beat Bosnia and Herzegovinia 2-1 in their Under-21 European Championship qualifier.