A look at how Grecians are getting on away from St James ParkCITY FAN Exiled Grecian delivers an update on the Grecians on loan away from St James Park.
Truro City, National League South (Joined in July, six-month loan extended until the end of the season)
Truro were back in action after the weather treated all of Exeter City's loanees to a fortnight's rest. They travelled to top of the league Ebbsfleet United and came away with a respectable 0-0 draw. Former Grecian and academy graduate Martin Rice was the star man for Steve Tully's men, making four good saves as the Cornish outfit put on a battling defensive display. Connor, who last week renewed his loan deal until the end of the season, was once again involved from the start and kept his ninth clean sheet of the season (and fourth on the spin).
League: 21 starts, 2 goals, 1846 minutes.
FA Cup: 3 starts, 252 minutes.
FA Trophy: 3 starts, 168 minutes.
9th January: Ebbsfleet United 0-0 Truro, played 90 mins.
Truro City, National League South (Joined in December, one-month loan)
Cameron, who was on the Big Bank on Friday, once again came off the bench, in the sixty-fourth minute, as Truro went looking for a winner. He is yet to start a game but has featured in every game since he joined on loan. Truro are currently on a run of just one defeat in fifteen and sit in seventh place, one point behind the play-offs.
League: 0 starts, 3 games, 58 minutes.
9th January: Ebbsfleet United 0-0 Truro, played 26 mins.
Weston-super-Mare, National League South (Joined in July, six-month loan extended until the end of the season)
Weston-Super-Mare's FA trophy match was postponed for a fourth time now and they are hoping to complete the fixture on Wednesday 13th January. The Somerset outfit were in action again on Saturday as they travelled to Chelmsford. The game started off well for Weston, as former Grecian Jacob Jagger Cane gave them the lead on twenty-six minutes. However, the home side rallied and went into the break 2-1 up. With top scorer Bradley Ash joining League One Barnsley last week for an undisclosed fee, Dayle Grubb was the man who stepped into his goalscoring boots, doubling his season's tally with a twelve-minute brace. The game finished 3-2 to the visitors, who are now three points clear of the drop zone with two game in hand. Alex Byrne, who recently renewed his loan until the end of the season, was once again involved from the start, with Weston now unbeaten in seven games (a run that stretches back to November).
League: 17 appearances, 13 starts, 1196 minutes.
FA Cup: 2 starts.
FA Trophy: 1 start.
9th November: Chelmsford City 2-3 W-s-M, played 90 minutes.
Weston-super-Mare, National League South (Joined in July, six-month loan renewed until the end of January)
It's been a good week for Jason, as he extended his loan deal until the end of January and managed a first appearance since the 3rd of October. He came off the bench on seventy-nine minutes as Weston held on to a valuable win against relegation rivals. The Somerset outfit have won both games in which Pope has played.
League: 2 appearances, 1 start, 76 minutes
9th November: Chelmsford City 2-3 W-s-M, played 11 minutes.
Hayes & Yeading - National League South (Joined in November, one-month loan)
Hayes & Yeading's game against Dartford was postponed last Saturday, which means they have not played in over a fortnight.
League: 6 starts, 2 goals, 540 minutes.
FA Trophy: 1 start, 90 minutes.
28th December: Basingstoke Town 1-0 Hayes & Yeading, played 90 minutes.