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Take a look at how County's loanees faired this weekend at their respective Clubs...

It was a debut to remember for Ade Azeez as he grabbed the only goal of the game to help Torquay United edge past FC Halifax Town 1-0 in the National League.

The striker was in the right place in the 68th minute to tap in the rebound after Asa Hall’s header was parried by Sam Johnson in the Halifax goal. 

The goalscorer was withdrawn on 81 minutes and the Gulls managed to see out the win. 

Dominic Poleon was also on the scoresheet as he opened his account for Dover Athletic in the 5-1 victory over AFC Fylde.

On his first start for the club Poleon cancelled out Tom Walker’s early penalty before Inih Effiong slotted Dover ahead from the spot.

Poleon was replaced on 71 minutes by Adeoye Yusuff before a quick-fire double saw Effiong complete his hat-trick while Bobby-Joe Taylor completed the scoring.

Earlier in the week, Poleon came on for the final 12 minutes but couldn’t prevent Dover falling to a 1-0 defeat to Barrow with Dior Angus grabbing the winner.

Elsewhere, Marvel Ekpiteta played 78 minutes as Ebbsfleet United were beaten 4-0 at Chesterfield. 

Nathan Tyson was at the double before Ekpiteta was replaced by Gozie Ugwu. Tyson completed his hat-trick minutes later before Curtis Weston added a fourth at the death.

It was a disappointing day for Corey Whitely as Bromley slipped to a 2-0 defeat to Wrexham. 

The attacker tested goalkeeper Rob Lainton on numerous occasions but goals from Davis Keillor-Dunn and Jordan Ponticelli handed all three points to the Red Dragons. 

Meanwhile, just down the M4 Modou Touray notched his third goal of the season for Barry Town United as they drew 1-1 with Caernarfon Town in the JD Cymru Premier. 

The youngster showed quick reactions to latch onto a back pass and knock the ball past Alex Ramsay. Caernarfon Town responded quickly through Darren Thomas.

Elsewhere, Jay Foulston was an unused substitute in Chippenham Town’s 1-0 loss at Welling United in the National League South. Dipo Akinyemi was on the scoresheet while Elis Watts was involved as Bristol Manor Farm were beaten 1-0 by Melksham Town.