Loan round up

Find out how six West Ham loanees fared over the weekend
Diego Poyet came on in the 35th minute to replace Alou Diarra as Charlton Athletic secured a crucial 2-1 away win at London rivals Brentford. Callum Harriot’s opened the scoring after just 19 seconds before Joann Barbet’s debut goal levelled the proceedings.

Harriot netted his second of the game with twenty minutes to go to lift the Addicks off the bottom of the Championship.

Reece Burke and Josh Cullen’s quest to get Bradford City into the play off positions continued with a valuable away point at Bury.

In a 0-0 stalemate it was defender Burke who went closest to breaking the deadlock with a header in the second half.

The Bantams, currently eighth, are just three points off the much coveted play off spots with 12 games to go.  

Clarke Bogard kept a clean sheet as Tilbury routed Aveley 4-0 away. Daniel Glozier broke the deadlock with a penalty mid-way through the first-half before substitute Tony Martin scored a hat-trick inside the last 15 minutes.

Elliot Lee replaced former Hammer George Moncur in the 54th minute as Colchester United slipped to a 2-0 defeat away at Port Vale. Goals from Theo Robinson and Sam Foley sealed the three points. Colchester are bottom of League One.

Kyle Knoyle was an unsued substitute as Dundee United slipped to a 1-0 home defeat to Aberdeen.