Loanees in action

Tony Stokes completed his second full 90 minutes for Hungarian club Ujpest FC in their 3-2 Magyar Cup quarter-final defeat by MTK Hungaria FC on Tuesday evening.

The 21-year-old midfielder lined up in front of a crowd of 2,373 at the Szusza Ferenc Stadion, where Ujpest raced into a 2-0 first half lead through two goals from Atila Simon.

However, MTK hit back with goals from Laszlo Lencse, Adam Hrepka and Adam Szabo to complete a stunning comeback and win through to the semi-finals on the away goals rule.

Stokes has now played three times for the Soproni League title-chases, having earlier appeared in the league fixture against BFC Siofok and the first-leg against MTK. He will hope to keep his place for Saturday's vital visit of league leaders Debrecen.

Debrecen, who also crashed out of the Magyar Cup on Tuesday, are ahead of Ujpest at the top of the Soproni League table only on goal difference and Stokes and his team-mates will be eager to secure the victory they need to take over in first place.

Elsewhere, left-back Joe Widdowson played for Grimsby in their 2-1 League Two defeat at Luton Town. The defender, who turns 20 on 29 March, has now made 13 first-team appearances for the Mariners, who occupy the second relegation place at present and are in grave danger of dropping out of the Football League.

Finally, striker Jack Jeffery appeared as a 73rd-minute substitute for Eastbourne Borough in their goalless home draw with Salisbury City in the Blue Square Premier.