19-year-old midfielder scores his first National League goal, whilst Development Squad team mate Callum Lang claims an assist for Oldham Athletic.
- Loan Round-Up: Seven Latics players involved in action on Saturday 6 October.
- Luke Burgess on target for Barrow AFC in 2-1 win against Sutton United.
- Callum Lang claims assist in Oldham Athletic's 3-1 defeat to Carlisle United.
Luke Burgess - Barrow AFC
19-year-old midfielder Luke Burgess continued his development and enjoyment out on loan at Barrow AFC this weekend by scoring his first National League goal for the club in their 2-1 home victory against Sutton United.
Burgess turned in Dan Jones' cross in the 42nd minute to double Barrow's lead, before being replaced early on in the second half.
The win sees Ian Evatt's side 12th in the league table on 21 points, just five points from the play-off places.
GOALLLLLLL!!!! 🔵⚪️— Barrow A.F.C. (@BarrowAFC) October 6, 2018
Dan Jones superb tackle is rewarded as Barrow break down the left, the ball is put across the box and Burgess finds the back of the net!
42 minutes played.
Barrow 2-0 Sutton United #BarrowAFC pic.twitter.com/Jf1c0xMNoN
Callum Lang - Oldham Athletic
Whilst Oldham Athletic fell to a 3-1 defeat at home to Carlisle United on Saturday, forward Callum Lang can take positives away from his performance, teeing up Ishmael Miller for the Latics' goal just nine minutes after coming off the bench. The 20-year-old forward was introduced on the hour mark.
The loss leaves Oldham in 12th place in Sky Bet League Two on 17 points, just three from the play-off places.
69' Lang slides it through to Miller who finishes well, Latics have hope— Oldham Athletic AFC (@OfficialOAFC) October 6, 2018
Max Power - Sunderland
It was an interesting day in Sky Bet League One for Latics' loan players, starting with Max Power who was sent off in Sunderland's 2-1 away victory at Bradford City, his second red card of the season.
The Black Cats claimed their win despite going down to 10 men, seeing them third in the table, four points behind leaders Portsmouth.
Jamie Walker - Peterborough United
After a superb start to the season, Peterborough United suffered a heavy 4-0 defeat at home to Barnsley on Saturday afternoon, with attacking midfielder Jamie Walker unable to make an impact on the game after he was substituted on 27 minutes.
Despite defeat, the Posh remain in second place on 24 points, three behind leaders Portsmouth.
Devante Cole - Burton Albion
Elsewhere in League One, Wycombe Wanderers won 2-1 at home against Devante Cole's Burton Albion, with the striker unable to help his side avoid defeat after coming on as a 66th minute substitute.
The Brewers are 18th in League One on 11 points, just one point above the relegation zone.
Joe Piggott - Morecambe
Development Squad goal-machine Joe Piggott was a stoppage time substitute in Morecambe's 4-3 home defeat to Tranmere Rovers on Saturday, with the Shrimps now 20th in the Sky Bet League Two table on 10 points, two above the drop zone.
Jordan Perrin - FC United of Manchester
After completing his loan move to FC United on Tuesday evening, Development Squad goalkeeper Jordan Perrin made his debut in the FA Cup this Saturday.
The 19-year-old was a half time substitute in a 2-1 defeat to Witton Albion in the third qualifying round.
Tuesday 9 October - All fixtures in the Checkatrade Trophy
Morecambe v Stoke City U21
Sunderland v Carlisle United
Port Vale v Burton Albion
Bradford City v Oldham Athletic
Peterborough United v Brighton & Hove Albion U21