Defender Josh Martin was on target for Hungerford Town on his debut for the Crusaders against Hampton at the weekend.BCFC
Defender Josh Martin was on target for Hungerford Town on his debut for the Crusaders against Hampton at the weekend.
The 20-year-old headed home a free-kick after 68 minutes as Hungerford ran out 2-0 winners and moved out of the bottom three in the Vanarama National League South. Goalkeeper Jake Weaver, who is also on loan at Hungerford played the full 90 minutes.
Another Blues goalkeeper enjoying success at the weekend was Adam Siviter who helped AFC Totton to a 2-1 victory away at Gosport Borough in the FA Trophy.
In League Two, Steve Seddon was on target for Stevenage on Saturday in their 2-0 win at Cheltenham. Seddon struck just before half-time when he curled the ball beyond the beyond the reach of the Cheltenham goalkeeper.
Two Blues players were in action for Solihull Moors on Saturday. Luke Maxwell played the full 90 minutes for Moors in their 3-1 win away at Maidstone in the National League, with Corey O'Keeffe coming on as an 84th minute substitute in the match.
In the National League, Dom Bernard has been with Aldershot Town since the start of the season. Bernard has made 12 appearances and scored one goal so far for the Shots but has not figured in their last three games.
Jonathan Grounds is on a season-long loan with Bolton Wanderers in the Championship. The left-back is up to nine appearances for the Trotters this season, but the last game he was involved in was their 1-0 home defeat against Blackburn Rovers on 6 October.
Meanwhile striker Ronan Hale will return to Blues next week following the end of his international loan with Derry City. During his time with the League of Ireland side Hale made 31 appearances in total, scoring eight goals.
Further afield, Cheick Keita has been a regular for KAS Eupen in Belgian Division 1. Keita has made eight appearances so far this season and scored two goals.
In French Ligue 1, Cheikh Ndoye played his tenth game for Angers at the weekend.
North of the border in Scotland, Greg Stewart has been figuring regularly for Kilmarnock in the SPL. The Blues midfielder has scored three goals in his seven appearances for Kilmarnock so far this term.