Loan Watch: Tyrer's Chesterfield March On

It was another busy weekend of football with many of our Everton loanees in action for their temporary clubs. Here is an overview of how some of our players performed in this week’s Loan Watch... 

Lewis Warrington - Plymouth Argyle  
Opponent: Norwich (H)   
Competition: Championship   
Date: Saturday 23 September   
Result: 6-2 win  
Overview: Warrington was an unused substitute for Saturday's dominant win over Norwich, but did get valuable minutes when he came on as a half-time substitute in his side's 4-1 defeat at Bristol City four days earlier. 

Stanley Mills - Oxford United   
Opponent: Exeter (H)    
Competition: League One   
Date: Saturday 23 September    
Result: 3-0 win 
Overview: After being rested for the 1-0 EFL Trophy defeat at MK Dons in midweek, Mills returned to Oxford's starting XI for league action on Saturday, playing 68 minutes in the U's comfortable 3-0 victory over Exeter which moved them up to second in League One, with a game in hand on leaders Portsmouth.

Reece Welch - Forest Green
Opponent: Notts County (A)     
Competition: League Two    
Date: Saturday 23 September     
Result: 4-3 defeat    
Overview: Welch was an unused substitute in the 2-1 home defeat to Doncaster seven days earlier but returned to the starting line-up for Forest Green's enthralling and slender defeat to Notts County, playing a full 90 minutes in the heart of their defence.  

Harry Tyrer - Chesterfield    
Opponent: Wealdstone (H) 
Competition: National League    
Date: Saturday 23 September    
Result: 3-2 win   
Overview: It was another successful afternoon for Tyrer and Chesterfield. The young keeper started and played the full game as his team made it six successive wins. They currently sit top of the National League, five points clear of second-placed Solihull Moors.  

Zan-Luk Leban - Farsley Celtic
Opponent: Banbury United (H) 
Competition: National League North 
Date: Saturday 23 September    
Result: 1-0 defeat 
Overview: After falling to a 3-0 defeat in their FA Cup second qualifying round replay at Scarborough Athletic three days prior, it was another disappointing afternoon for Leban and his Farsley Celtic teammates as they suffered their first home defeat of the season. The 20-year-old played 90 minutes in both contests.