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Hutton on target as loanees star

Remeao Hutton celebrates scoring his first professional goal
Remeao Hutton celebrates scoring his first professional goal (pic courtesy of PPAUK)

Jeacock was in sparkling form as he saved an 85th minute penalty and also produced a superb save thereafter

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Blues youngsters have been making waves out on loan this week.

Remeao Hutton came off the substitutes' bench last night to find the back of the net for Yeovil Town in their 3-1 away win at Ebbsfleet United in the National League.

It was his first professional goal.

Hutton was introduced to the action in place of injured forward Rhys Murphy just after the half-hour mark and scored after 47 minutes with a quality finish.

It was Hutton's fourth appearance for the Somerset-based club, who have won two, drawn one and lost one of their opening four league games.

Olly McCoy, who is also on loan with Yeovil, has made just one late substitute appearance for the Glovers, which came in their 1-1 home draw against Stockport at the weekend.

Young German goalkeeper Michael Luyambula was in impressive form with Crawley Town last night.

The stopper who was making his first full appearance for the League Two outfit helped them to a 3-2 away success at Walsall in their Carabao Cup first round tie.

In a dramatic contest, Luyambula made a fantastic save at the death to help see Crawley progress.

Fellow Blues loanee Josh Dacres-Cogley has yet to appear for Crawley

Corey O'Keeffe made his debut for his Macclesfield Town on Tuesday.

O'Keefe played the first half for Macclesfield as they travelled to League One Blackpool for their Carabao Cup tie.

After finishing all-square at 2-2 at the end of standard playing time the tie went to penalties, where The Silkmen triumphed 4-2.

In the National League South, teenage Blues goalkeeper Zach Jeacock helped Gloucester City to a 3-2 league win away at Kidderminster Harriers.

Jeacock was in sparkling form as he saved an 85th minute penalty and also produced a superb stop thereafter.

Elsewhere, goalkeeper Jake Weaver was in action for Leamington yesterday.

But Weaver was unable to prevent The Brakes suffering a narrow 1-0 loss away at Boston United in their National League North fixture.

Another Blues goalkeeper, Adam Siviter played the whole game for Hungerford Town on Tuesday as they lost 2-1 away at Bath City in the National League South.

Blues have the third largest group of players in the league out on loan, gaining valuable experience and playing time.

 

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