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LOAN WATCH: TOWN YOUNGSTERS IMPRESSING

18 January 2017

Jordy Hiwula helps Bradford City progress in Checkatrade Trophy

- A catch-up on Town's out-on-loan players
- Academy graduates gaining valuable First Team experience
- Jordy Hiwula sends Bradford into the next round of the Checkatrade Trophy

Huddersfield Town's Jordy Hiwula was the cup hero as his goal against Cheltenham secured Bradford City's passage to the quarter-finals of the Checkatrade Trophy as the Club’s six loanees continue to gain experience at their respective sides.

Here's a round-up of Town's out-on-loan players and their activity on the pitch over the last 10 days.

Jordy Hiwula, Bradford City

Hiwula scored his ninth goal of the season in 24 games during Bradford's 1-0 victory over Cheltenham as the League 1 side continues to flourish.

Jordy also scored in Bradford's 2-0 victory against Chesterfield before featuring for 67 minutes in a 1-0 defeat at Shrewsbury.

Bradford's next fixture is this Saturday as the Bantams host fellow Play-Off hopefuls Millwall.

Jason Davidson, FC Groningen

Left back Jason did not feature in FC Groningen's 4-1 victory over Heracles Almelo, but he was an unused substitute.

He will now be aiming to feature in the Dutch sides next fixture against Vitesse Arnhem and add to his current nine appearances.

Kyle Dempsey, Fleetwood Town

Dempsey got a full 90 minutes for Fleetwood Town during an Emirates FA Cup exit to Sky Bet Championship side Bristol City, as the midfielder made his 24th appearance of the season in all competitions.



Kyle also played the full game in the more positive 3-1 victory against Bristol Rovers as he continues to be a regular in Uwe Rosler's side, with three assists to his name Kyle will be hoping to continue his good form.

Flo Bojaj, Newport County

Flo made his debut for new club Newport County at the weekend during the Exiles’ 1-1 draw with Colchester United.

Replacing Craig Reid in the 75th minute, the striker made his Rodney Parade debut and will be looking for more game time in the coming weeks.

George Dorrington, Ashton United

It was an unfortunate debut for George as Town’s Development Squad goalkeeper was forced to withdraw from his debut just minutes into the game with a broken ankle, suffered during the first attack of the game.

Dorrington has now returned to Huddersfield to focus on rehabilitating his injury.

Owen Brooke, Radcliffe Borough

The second year Academy scholar made his debut for Radcliffe Borough in a 5-0 defeat to Farsley Celtic.

Tickets are still available for Town's Sky Bet Championship match against Ipswich Town; from £15 for adults!

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