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Loan round-up: Lewis Johnson returns

All the action from MK Dons' loanees over the previous weekend of fixtures…

24 October 2022

At the end of his loan spell with Concord Rangers, MK Dons loanee Lewis Johnson returned to the club. Brooklyn Ilunga, Ronnie Sandford and Jack Davies all represented their respective teams.

Lewis Johnson transferred to Concord Rangers on a loan deal within the summer transfer window. Since joining the Beach Boys in August, Johnson had amounted a total of three goal contributions within eight appearances. The winger had grabbed two assists, as well as scoring the first senior goal of his career.

The winger transferred to Concord Rangers alongside MK Dons teammate, Jack Davies. Davies continues to represent the club, but Johnson has recently returned to Stadium MK following the end of his loan deal.

Jack Davies represented Concord Rangers for a full 90 minutes over the previous weekend, the defender made his way back into the starting line-up having missed the Beach Boys’ last match against Bath City.

Davies travelled with the team to face Hampton & Richmond Borough in a South Conference League clash - the match resulted in a 3-0 defeat. The MK Dons loanee has the possibility to feature again tomorrow, as the team look for redemption in their mid-week fixture against Dover Athletic.

Brooklyn Ilunga played a full Conference League North fixture against Chelmsford City, which resulted in a 2-1 loss. Ilunga caused trouble for Chelmsford’s back-line, this allowed the number eleven to craft multiple crosses into the area, as well as having the opposition booked in their efforts to stop him throughout the match.

Ilunga, alongside Hemel Hempstead will look to bounce-back as they prepare to face Chippenham Town in mid-week action. A positive result could see the Tudors rise three places within the league table.

Ronnie Sandford has been named in the starting eleven on multiple occasions, an effective start to his loan spell, which will allow the young goalkeeper to gain experience within senior football.

The shot-stopper played for 90 minutes, but despite multiple saves, he couldn’t prevent a 2-0 shortcoming to Berkhamstead. Sandford will likely feature in Hertford Town’s mid-week league clash against FC Romania.

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