Loan Watch: Three Saints in weekend action

By SFC Media Mon 19 Aug Loan Watch
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Harrison Reed was a late substitute for Fulham as they recorded a 2-1 away success over Huddersfield Town in the Championship on Friday night.

Reed replaced match-winner Ivan Cavaleiro on 84 minutes to help see out the three points, as Scott Parker’s men climbed into third.

Fulham took the lead when Juninho Bacuna’s miscued clearance looped up for Aleksandar Mitrovic to rise highest and head home at the back post, before Town equalised through a powerful Karlan Grant header.

But late on, Cavaleiro produced a moment of magic, curling a right-footed effort into the top corner from just inside the area.

Young winger Tyreke Johnson played a key role as Woking won 4-1 away at AFC Fylde on Saturday. First-half goals from Dave Tarpey and Kane Ferdinand set Alan Dowson’s men on their way to a third successive win on the road, before Lewis Montrose’s header halved the deficit.

Johnson, who played the duration of the contest, teed up substitute Jake Hyde to restore the two-goal advantage and Hyde added another from the penalty spot late on.

The result sees The Cards move into second after a flying start, winning four of their five games.

In the National League South, Harry Hamblin played 51 minutes of Bath City’s 0-0 draw with Tonbridge.

The midfielder was replaced by Ryan Brunt in a tactical switch, as they maintained their unbeaten start to the season, but were left frustrated after Tyler Harvey’s penalty miss.

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