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Find out how the Hornets currently out on loan got on over the Bank Holiday weekend

Loan Lads | Hoban On Target For Rovers

  
    

Tommie Hoban enjoyed a successful Easter Bank Holiday weekend with Blackburn Rovers, scoring and helping his side to earn four points in their two games. 

The centre-back scored a 78th minute winner on Friday afternoon in Rovers’ crucial 1-0 win over fellow relegation strugglers Nottingham Forest, before again playing the full 90 minutes in Monday’s 1-1 home draw with Bristol City.

Those results leave Tony Mowbray’s side one point from safety with just three games left in the Championship season. 

Staying in England and Alex Jakubiak’s Wycombe Wanderers remain in the League Two play-off hunt following a defeat and a win in their two fixtures. 

The 20-year-old came on as a late substitute in Friday’s 1-0 home defeat against Mansfield Town but didn’t feature in yesterday’s important 2-0 win away at Barnet. 

Moving away from England, Steven Berghuis’ Feyenoord kept their noses ahead in the Eredivisie title chase thanks to a 2-0 win over Utrecht.

The wide-man played 83 minutes as Feyenoord earned their 10th consecutive home win and kept themselves one point ahead of second-placed Ajax with just three games left to play. 

Staying in Holland and Obbi Oulare helped Willem II to a 2-0 home win over bottom side Go Ahead Eagles, playing the full 90 minutes and grabbing an assist for his side’s second goal. 

Jerome Sinclair didn’t make it onto the pitch for Championship side Birmingham City in their two games while fellow striker Michael Folivi also didn’t feature for Coventry City as a draw and a defeat sealed their relegation to League Two.

Dennon Lewis (Woking), Adalberto Peñaranda (Malaga), Mario Suárez (Valencia) and Juan Carlos Paredes (Olympiakos) were not involved for their respective loan clubs. 
 

    
  

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