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LOAN REPORT: RYAN COLCLOUGH NETS FIRST MK DONS GOAL

12 September 2016

Colclough off the mark against Bolton Wanderers.

  • Ryan Colclough scores first goal at MK Dons against Andrew Taylor's Bolton Wanderers.
  • Owen Evans and Rhyl FC move fourth with a 3-1 win.
  • Billy Mckay features in 0-0 draw for Oldham Athletic.
  • Sanmi Odelusi unused sub, Jack Hendry and Danny Whitehead not involved.

SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER

Bolton Wanderers 1 MK Dons 1 - Andrew Taylor v Ryan Colclough



It was all square as two Latics players faced off against each other at the Macron Stadium, with Ryan Colclough earning MK Dons a 1-1 draw after his equaliser in the 54th minute cancelled out Mark Beevers' seventh minute opener.

Both Andrew Taylor and Colclough featured for 90 minutes, before the winger was replaced for stoppage time.  Fellow Dons loanee Jack Hendry didn't feature in the match day squad.

In truth the Dons almost won it, but for Kieran Agard being denied from the penalty spot by Mark Howard.

A point apiece means Bolton hang onto to top spot in Sky Bet League One with 15 points from their unbeaten start, whilst MK sit 15th with eight points.

Rhyl FC 3 Airbus UK 1 - Owen Evans

It's three in a row now for Owen Evans and Rhyl FC after a strong 3-1 victory at home to Airbus UK moved them up to fourth in the Welsh Premier League.

They still sit a long way off league leaders TNS, eight points in fact, but goalkeeper Evans and his team mates are making sound progress.

Oldham Athletic 0 Chesterfield 0 - Billy Mckay

Billy Mckay featured for 72 minutes in a stalemate 0-0 draw against Chesterfield at SportsDirect.com Park, with the Latics now in 17th place in Sky Bet League One on seven points.

Bristol Rovers 2 Rochdale 2 - Sanmi Odelusi

Sanmi Odelusi was an unused substitute as his Rochdale team mates failed to get off the mark away to Bristol Rovers, but earned themselves a hard-fought 2-2 draw with 10 men.

Dale may remain without a win in their opening seven games, but the point could prove crucial in the long run.  They sit bottom of the division on three points.

Newport County 2 Cheltenham Town 2 - Danny Whitehead

Cheltenham Town's steady return to the EFL continued on Saturday with a 2-2 away draw at Newport County.  Danny Whitehead wasn't involved in the match day squad, but the point for his side has them in 19th place on seven points.

UPCOMING FIXTURES

Saturday 17th September - Coventry City v Oldham Athletic (Sky Bet League One) / MK Dons v Oxford United (Sky Bet League One) / Rochdale v Fleetwood Town (Sky Bet League One) / Walsall v Bolton Wanderers (Sky Bet League One) / Cheltenham Town v Notts County (Sky Bet League Two) / Newtown v Rhyl FC (Welsh Premier League)


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