WE take our latest look at the Pilgrims out on loan from Home Park and how they fared over the past week of football.
New manager Dino Maamria took charge of Oldham Athletic for the first time on Saturday and recorded a 3-1 victory at home to Morecambe. While it was a great result for the Latics, Ash was an unused substitute in the game and still waiting for this first outing since the end of August.
It has been a mixed few days for Fletch and his loan-club, Aldershot Town, as they have recorded one win and one defeat in the past four days. Fletch played 73 minutes of the weekend victory over Wrexham, as the Shots scored a last-minute winner, and the young Pilgrim striker was named as a substitute in the midweek defeat to Yeovil, playing the last 21 minutes against the Glovers.
Ryan enjoyed the ideal start to Truro’s FA Cup game with Hereford on Saturday, scoring the opening goal after an assist from fellow-Pilgrim Luke Jephcott. The White Tigers actually led the game 2-0 after 15 minutes but went on to lose 5-2 to the side from a tier above in the National League North.
Like Law, Jephcott played the full 90 minutes against Hereford but it was ultimately a disappointing day for Truro, and their manager, former Argyle assistant boss Paul Wotton.
Cameron came on as a first-half substitute for Dorchester in their 1-0 FA Cup exit to Blackfield and Langley, and a disappointing week continued for the Magpies, as they lost 3-2 at home to Hayes & Yeading in the Southern League on Tuesday night, with Cam playing 71 minutes.
A frustrating period for Tom, as he continues to recover from injury and unavailable for selection at Dorchester.