Four on-loan Rovers players were in action over the weekend for their respective clubs. Find out how they did below.
Lucas played 83 minutes in Lee Mansell's Gloucester City sides 2-2 draw at home against AFC Telford United in the National League North. Gloucester had been leading 2-1 going into the final moments of the match until Kai Samuel Williams equalised for the visitors in the 5th minute of injury time. Lucas joined Mansell's Gloucester City at the beginning of October and had previously spent time on loan at Bath City and Torquay United. Lucas has currently made three appearances for Gloucester City who are currently 21st in the National League North. Lucas and Gloucester City travel to Chester FC tomorrow evening (7:45PM KO.)
(Credit: Neil Phelps)
Ollie, who is also out on loan with Gloucester City alongside Lucas Tomlinson, played 94 minutes on his debut for the club in the draw against AFC Telford United. Ollie joined Gloucester City earlier this month on a youth loan and has made one appearance for The Tigers, registering an assist in the game against AFC Telford United.
(Credit: Neil Phelps)
Ben came on in the 67th minute in Queen of the South's 0-0 home draw against Greenock Morton in the Scottish Championship. Ben joined the Scottish outfit at the start of the season on a year's long loan deal. The midfielder has made five appearances in the Scottish Championship so far this season where Queen of the South currently sit in 7th place with 10 points from 10 games. Next up for Ben and The Doonhamers is a midweek trip to 8th placed Hamilton on Tuesday evening. Ben and Queen of the South also have a quarter-final in a few weeks time, as they prepare to face Greenock Morton again in the Scottish Challenge Cup.
Joe played the full 90 minutes as his side, Hendon FC beat Taunton Town 2-0 at the Silver Jubilee Park. Joe joined Hendon at the start of October on a one-month loan deal. He has since made three appearances for Hendon. Joe and Hendon are currently in 13th place in the Southern League Premier Division South with 16 points from 13 games so far this season. Next up for Joe and Hendon is a visit to Kent where they face Folkestone Invicta FC in the FA Trophy Third Qualifying Round.