It's been a mixed week for Wrexham's players out on loan as the temporary trio picked up a wide range of results over the last seven days.
Midfielder Redmond has had anything but a quiet time since his loan move to Kidderminster Harriers in January. This week proved to be no different.
Last Tuesday the Harriers played host to Hereford at Aggborough as the home side romped home to a 3-0 victory. Sam Austin opened the scoring before an Amari Morgan-Smith brace. Redmond came on after 46 minutes to see out an impressive win.
Looking to follow up the win on the Saturday, as they took on Alfreton Town at home. Redmond earned a start for Harriers but would have just 12 minutes on the field, as his team mate Matt Preston suffered an injury that led to treatment lasting until the 41st minute, before the game had to be abandoned.
We wish Matt the best in his recovery. Kidderminster are next in action tonight as they take on Boston United at Aggborough.
Green and the Saints were due to travel to Concord Rangers last Tuesday only for the game to fall foul to the weather, but they did make the pitch the following Saturday as they took on Dulwich Hamlet.
Green started the game, picking up a yellow card on 23 minutes, as both sides looked to find an all-important opener. It would, however, never come. Both sides played out a 0-0 draw and the Saints move on to take on Hemel Hempstead at Vauxhall Road.
Youth team product Bickerstaff had a happy week in Nantwich Town colours as he got his name on the scoresheet for the Dabbers. Nantwich made their way to Stalybridge Celtic last Tuesday as Bickers found the net in a 5-1 away victory for the sturggling side. Bickerstaff grabbed the second for his side with the scores at 1-1 when he found himself in the right place at the right time to tap home.
The following weekend's game with Grantham Town was postponed due to the weather. Nantwich next face South Shields in the North-East on Saturday.