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Loan Watch: Tyrer Shines In POTM Display

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... 


Harry Tyrer - Chesterfield  
 
Opponent: Maidenhead United (A) 
Competition: National League    
Date: Saturday 30 September    
Result: 1-1 draw   
Overview: Tyrer picked up Chesterfield’s Player of the Match award as the Spireites earned a point on the road. Chesterfield, who sit top of the National League, had won seven in a row ahead of Saturday’s fixture. Tyrer’s second-half saves in the 74th and 77th minute kept his side in the game at 1-1, and they’ll be hoping to successfully defend their unbeaten run when they welcome fellow high-flyers Bromley on Tuesday evening.

 

Reece Welch - Forest Green   
Opponent: Morecambe (A)     
Competition: League Two    
Date: Saturday 30 September     
Result: 1-1 draw    
Overview: Defender Welch played the full 90 minutes as Forest Green took a point away from home at Morecambe. Welch, who has now started back-to-back games for the Green, showed a strong display on Saturday, winning all of his ground duels, as well as all but one of his aerial duels.

 

Stanley Mills - Oxford United   
Opponent: Stevenage (A)    
Competition: League One   
Date: Saturday 30 September    
Result: 1-3 win 
Overview: Mills was an unused substitute for Oxford, who took all three points at Stevenage on Saturday. The U’s are now second in League One, with a game in hand over league-leaders Portsmouth. Everton’s Mills could be set for more minutes on Tuesday evening, when Oxford take on Shrewsbury at the Kassam Stadium.


Neal Maupay - Brentford
 
Opponent: Nottingham Forest (A) 
Competition: 
Premier League
Date: 
Saturday 30 September    
Result: 
1-1 draw 
Overview: 
Maupay made his second Brentford appearance of the season on Sunday, after missing out last week due to the Bees facing Everton - his parent club. Against Forest, Maupay came on in the 75th minute as Brentford searched for a winner against 10 the men of Forest, who had seen Moussa Niakhate dismissed early in the second half. Despite their dominance, Thomas Frank's side couldn’t find the three points in a game that went well beyond the 100-minute mark.


Lewis Warrington - Plymouth Argyle
  
Opponent: 
Hull City (A)   
Competition:
 Championship   
Date:
 Saturday 30 September   
Result: 
1-1 draw  
Overview:
Warrington was an unused substitute as Plymouth earned a 1-1 draw at Hull. He’ll be hoping for minutes when the Pilgrims welcome Millwall for a Championship fixture on Tuesday evening.