A look at how our players were getting on away from the club
Zak Jules made his Port Vale debut this weekend as they drew two-all with Colchester United. Jules started at on the left of a back three as Vale twice came from behind to earn a point. Former Shrewsbury Town loanee David Worrall got both of Vale’s goals, including an 87th minute equaliser. That point means that Vale remain in 18th place in Sky Bet League Two, seven points clear of the drop.
AJ Leitch-Smith scored a 98th minute winner for Dundee as they beat Hamilton Academical 2-1 on Saturday. Hamilton had taken a second minute lead and were still leading until they had David Templeton sent off in the 74th minute. Matthew Henvey then levelled three minutes after Templeton’s dismissal and Leitch-Smith bagged all three points late on with a poachers finish from eight yards. The result meant that Dundee leapfrogged Hamilton in the Scottish Premiership table.
Meanwhile, George Hughes and Chris Gallagher both came out on the wrong side of 1-0 score lines on Saturday. Hughes’ Clitheroe side were beaten by Tadcaster Albion, although Hughes was singled out for special praise by Clitheroe Manager and former Shrewsbury Town Coach Simon Haworth. Whilst, Gallagher played 65 minutes in Stalybridge Celtic’s defeat to Barwell.