Date:Saturday March 21 2009
Vital QPR takes a look how the Rangers players out on loan fared this weekend.
There was not a happy return to the Brighton line-up for Gary Borrowdale as the Seagulls went down 2-0 away to Scunthorpe United.
After being a half time substitute as Brighton went down to Walsall (3-0) on Tuesday night, Borrowdale was reinstated to the line-up after shaking off a recent knock.
Goals from Gary Hooper and Grant McCann from the penalty spot condemned the Seagulls to defeat and saw them drop further into the relegation mire - now six points from safety.
The news wasn`t any better for Bradford City loanee Zesh Rehman who played in the Bantams shock 1-0 home defeat to perennial strugglers Port Vale.
Rehman started at full back and all he could muster was blazing a chance over the bar on 68 minutes as Bradford slumped to defeat.
Midfielder David Howland snatched the all-important winner for Vale just after the break as dominant Bradford were left to rue missed chances.
Goalkeeper Jake Cole conceded two goals but still ended up on the winning side as Barnet edged out Lincoln City in a five goal thriller at Underhill.
The Rangers loanee has impressed so far in his time in North London and again today he was a stand out performer making two excellent close range stops for the Bees.
The fixture saw two former R`s Paul Furlong and Aaron Brown go head to head with a double from John O`Flynn sandwiching an Albert Adomah strike to hand the Bees all three points.
Young midfielder Chris Arthur was named as an unused substitute for Rushden & Diamonds in their 1-1 draw away at Salisbury in the Blue Square Premier Division.
Chelsea youth product Rob Wolleaston had his early goal cancelled out by Salisbury defender Djoumin Sangare.
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Date:Saturday March 21 2009
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