LOAN WATCH: Kioso reaches his century in Cobblers draw

Action for Lee, Osho, Neufville and Isted

Tuesday, 16th March 2021, 10:44 am
Updated Tuesday, 16th March 2021, 3:20 pm
Peter Kioso puts in a challenge against Doncaster

Luton defender Peter Kioso made his 100th senior appearance when part of the Northampton Town side who drew 0-0 at Doncaster Rovers in League One on Saturday.

The visitors were indebted to a fine save from ex-Town loanee Jonathan Mitchell early on, before Kioso, who has also played for Hartlepool and Bolton Wanderers, headed Sam Hoskins’ corner wide on the half hour mark, but in a game of few opportunities, the spoils were shared.

Elliot Lee started for Oxford United as they were beaten 2-0 by leaders Hull City at the KCOM Stadium.

The Town attacker went close in the opening five minutes, just failing to convert a cross, but Keane Lewis-Potter broke the deadlock for the Tigers on 22 minutes.

After the break, Lewis-Potter added his second with 20 minutes to go, seeing an effort deflected into the net as Oxford couldn’t fight back.

Defender Gabriel Osho started for Rochdale as they ended a run of nine games without a win by triumphing 2-1 at promotion-chasing Lincoln City.

Ollie Rathbone put the visitors ahead on 36 minutes, firing a left-footed drive into the bottom corner from 20 yards.

Lincoln equalised against the run of play in the second period, Morgan Rogers finding the top corner from the edge of the box.

With 16 minutes to go, Dale had a second though, Stephen Humphrys’ netting net via the post, as Dale gave their survival hopes a real boost.

Josh Neufville was part of the Yeovil side who made it seven National League home wins in a row when they beat Woking 2-1.

Neufville sent an early effort at Craig Ross, before he then had a huge hand in the opener, beating three defenders as the ball ran free for Rhys Murphy to score.

After the break, a sublime finish from Murphy doubled Town’s advantage in the 58th minute, as although Max Kretzschmar quickly pulled one back, Yeovil weren’t breached again.

Keeper Harry Isted couldn’t prevent Wealdstone from going down 1-0 at home to Notts County despite producing an inspired performance.

The Town stopper saved well from Enzio Boldewijn and Michael Doyle in the first half, but was unable to stop Mark Ellis heading home just after the hour mark.

Late on, Isted made a wonderful fingertip save to deny Jim O’Brien and then kept out Calvin Miller’s effort, but the Stones weren't able to equalise.