Jack Payne makes 12 assist of the season as Blackburn Rovers sit top of Sky Bet League 1
- Find out how Town’s 10 loanees have been performing
- Jack Payne and Jordi Hiwula impressing on loan spells
- Isaac Marriott named as Brighouse Town’s Player of the Month
Htafc.com caught up with Huddersfield Town’s loanees to see how they have been performing for their respective clubs.
Town currently has 10 players out on loan at various clubs ranging from Sky Bet League 1 to Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division.
Jack Payne – Blackburn Rovers (Sky Bet League 1)
After completing the loan switch from Oxford United to Blackburn Rovers in the January transfer window, midfielder Jack Payne has so far made nine appearances for the League 1 outfit and has three assists to his name.
Payne (above) has been named in the starting line-up for five of his nine Blackburn appearances, as his tally for assists rises to 12 for the season (nine at Oxford and three at Blackburn).
Rovers currently sit five points clear at the top of the table and ran out 3-0 winners at home to Blackpool at the weekend, with Payne playing 69 minutes.
Jordy Hiwula – Fleetwood Town (Sky Bet League 1)
Enjoying a season-long loan at Fleetwood Town, Hiwula has so far featured 32 times for the League 1 side, being named in the starting XI on 20 of those occasions.
The striker has hit the back of the net for Fleetwood 10 times this season.
Hiwula was a second half substitute at the weekend as Fleetwood earned a 1-1 draw at home to Plymouth.
Fleetwood now sit 21st in League 1 and is in the relegation zone having acquired just 38 points from 35 matches.
Tareiq Holmes-Dennis – Portsmouth FC (Sky Bet League 1)
Holmes-Dennis is still on his season-long loan at League 1 side Portsmouth but remains at the PPG Canalside recovering from his knee injury that he sustained on the opening day of the season.
Portsmouth currently sit 12th in League 1, but just five points outside of the Play-Off places, having racked up 49 points from 36 games.
Dylan Cogill and Jack Boyle – Clyde FC (Scottish League 2)
Dylan Cogill and Jack Boyle have both been starring for Clyde FC ever since completing their deadline day loan moves to the Scottish League 2 side.
Both players have featured in six of Clyde’s games since their January move.
Cogill (above far left), deployed at centre-back, has started all but one of the six games in which he has featured and has kept a clean sheet in two of those games that he has started.
Attacking midfielder Boyle has made three starts and three substitute appearances for Clyde, including being used as an 85th minute substitute in the 3-2 victory over Stenhousemuir at the weekend.
Clyde FC currently sit seventh in the league having claimed 32 points from 26 games.
Isaac Marriott and Oran Thompson – Brighouse Town (Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One North)
Midfielder Isaac Marriott (below second from left), who is undergoing work experience at Brighouse Town, was a half-time substitute for the Club in its 3-2 defeat at Clitheroe at the weekend.
The midfielder has now tallied up two starts and two substitute appearances for Brighouse and was also named as the Club’s Player of the Month for February.
Oran Thompson (above) was the latest young Terriers to go on loan to Brighouse Town.
The centre-back was sent off after 30 minutes on his debut in a 4-0 defeat to Atherton Collieries.
Brighouse Town sit 19th in the 22 team Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One North.
George Danaher, Olly Dyson and Sam Gibson – Liversedge FC (Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division)
George Danaher, Olly Dyson and Sam Gibson are three of Town’s youngsters gaining first-team experience on loan at Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division side Liversedge FC.
Olly Dyson has made an important impact in his three starts for Liversedge, netting last month in Liversedge’s 4-3 victory over Hall Road Rangers.
Sam Gibson has also made one start and one substitution to date for Liversedge, whilst George Danaher has made two appearances off the bench.
Liversedge’s past two games have both been postponed and rearranged due to a waterlogged pitch.