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2012-12-09T13:52:00 Updated 2015-02-19T01:35:25

Loanee round-up

Five West Ham United players who are currently out on loan featured on Saturday as Stephen Henderson, Rob Hall, Ravel Morrison, Dan Potts and Blair Turgott all featured.

Henderson was the man of the moment, keeping a clean sheet as Ipswich Town ended Millwall's 13-game unbeaten run in spectacular fashion. Two goals from DJ Campbell either side of half-time and Danny Murphy strike gave the Tractor Boys a 3-0 npower Championship win, ending Millwall's best run in over 41 years. Henderson was a standout performer for Town, denying Andy Keogh, Liam Trotter and James Henry with a string of impressive stops.

Also in the Championship, Hall and Morrison both featured for Birmingham City, with the former starting and the latter coming on as a second half substitute as they lost 1-0 to Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux. Hall, who has been in impressive form throughout the season, started up front alongside Marlon King, who scored the only goal of the game, but unfortunately it was at the wrong end.

The npower League One clash between Colchester United and Oldham Athletic had an extra Hammers' twist as Potts lined up alongside Freddie Sears to take on former Hammers Academy team-mate Cristian Montano. It was Montano who took the glory as the Latics scored either side of half-time to take a 2-0 win.

Turgott came on as a 62nd-minute substitute for Bradford City in their npower League Two clash at home to Torquay United. The winger appeared with the game still goalless as Bradford went on to win 1-0 courtesy of an Alan Connelly goal with eight minutes remaining. Turgott will hope his impressive showing will earn him a starting XI place when the Bantams take on Arsenal in the Capital One Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday night. To hear Turgott's thoughts on that game, click here.

Declan Hunt was an unused substitute for Braintree Town in their 2-0 Blue Square Bet Premier victory at Southport. Paul McCallum missed AFC Wimbledon's 1-1 League Two draw at Barnet through suspension.

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