Loan round up

Find out how nine West Ham loanees fared in this weekend's action
Stephen Hendrie continued to impress for Southend United as he helped the Shrimpers to a 3-0 win over Coventry City.

The hosts got off to a great start Jack Payne put them ahead before Tyrone Barnett scored twice to seal the convincing win. 

Reece Burke played the full game on his return from injurt as Bradford City came from a goal behind to draw 1-1 away at Port Vale.

The hosts got off to a great start as Ajey Leitch-Smith scored after just two minutes yet the Bantams refused to be cowed and were rewarded when Jamie Proctor equalised on 65 minutes.

Bradford are tenth in League One, five points from the Play Off spots.

Lewis Page played the full game in Cambridge United’s 1-1 home draw with Hartlepool United. Jake Gray fired the visitors into the lead however a 90th minute Ben Williamson equaliser shared the spoils.
The draw leaves the U’s four points off the Play Offs spots in League Two. 

Martin Samuelsen played the full game for Peterborough United as they let a 1-0 lead slip to a 2-1 defeat away at Gillingham.

Former Dulwich Hamlet midfielder Erhun Oztumer gave Posh the lead; however two second half goals for the Gills were enough to seal the points.

Diego Poyet was an unused substitute as Charlton Athletic secured a valuable point at home against Blackburn Rovers.

Harry Lennon’s deflected strike before Jordan Rhodes equalised just before half time.
The Addicks are 23rd in the Championship, four points from safety.

Tim Brown’s Chelmsford City edged a seven goal thriller with Whitehawk 4-3. The Clarets led throughout the match, leading 3-1 at half-time yet they suffered a late scare when the visitors pulled it back to 4-3 in stoppage time.

Clarke Bogard and Ross Elsom both started in Tilbury’s 3-0 away win at Barkingside. The visitors were much the superior the side throughout and came away deserved winners. Elsom was substituted after 73 minutes.

Sam Howes completed his second 90 minutes in consecutive days as Wealdstone slipped to a 3-0 defeat at Eastborne Borough.

On Friday evening Howes impressed during the Development Squad’s 3-1 away win at Fulham.