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Loan watch: Six Cherries feature over weekend

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AFC Bournemouth had six players feature for their respective loan clubs over the course of the weekend.

Here's a closer look at how they got on. 

Aaron Ramsdale

Ramsdale’s Chesterfield side enjoyed a particularly successful weekend, as they hit three past fourth place Notts County.  

Sid Nelson, Zavon Hines and Kristian Dennis were on target for the hosts. 

Ryan Allsop

The Cherries shot-stopper kept a clean sheet for Lincoln, who played out a 0-0 draw against fellow League Two outfit Morecambe.

Allsop played all 90 minutes between the sticks, as the Imps remain eighth in the league, just two points off the play-offs.

Ben Whitfield

Whitfield played a full 90 minutes for Port Vale, as they earned a point against high-flying Wycombe Wanderers.

The Valiants lie 21st in the league, eight points clear of safety.

Sam Matthews

Matthews continued his run in the Eastleigh side, but the Spitfires couldn’t overcome Tranmere 3-1 in the National League.  

Will Dennis

Dennis’ Weymouth side recorded an excellent victory against Chesham United, winning 6-0 away from home.

A clean sheet for the young shot-stopper topped off a great afternoon for the Terras

Patrick O’Flaherty

O’Flaherty got more minutes in the tank for Gosport, but a strong Hereford side came away 5-1 winners.   

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