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Vital QPR rounds up the fortunes of the R`s players out on loan this weekend.

Zesh Rehman started at right back for Bradford City as they slumped to another disappointing result, this time away to perennial relegation strugglers Chester City.

Rehman however did bring the applause of the Bantams faithful when he denied striker Richie Partridge a goalscoring opportunity with an outstanding last ditch block.

That means that Bradford slip further away from a prospective promotion place in League Two and out of the playoff places after their fifth game without a win.

There was another goalless draw at the Withdean Stadium as Gary Borrowdale once again lined up at left back for Brighton & Hove Albion.

The relegation strugglers drew another blank in front of their home crowd with Russell Slade claiming his side were worthy of the points.

They were also denied a spot-kick when Tranmere Rovers defender Ian Goodison appeared to handle in the area, but Mr Hooper thought otherwise.

Borrowdale was eventually substituted with little over five minutes remaining as Kerry Mayo took to the field in his stead.

Barnet remain six points clear of the drop zone despite a home defeat to playoff hopefuls Darlington as it took only one goal to beat stopper Jake Cole.

The R`s loanee was beaten by former Huddersfield man Pawel Abbott as Darlo hit the hosts on the counter attack.

There was no place in the Yeovil Town squad for young midfielder Danny Maguire as they defeated Swindon Town 1-0 at Huish Park.

Likewise Chris Arthur from the Rushden and Diamonds squad who went down 4-2 away to Northwich Victoria, courtesy of a hatrick from midfielder Joel Byrom.

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Date:Monday March 30 2009

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