After a period of ceasation the Cymru Premier got back underway this weekend with three Wrexham loanees all in action for their respective clubs.
Max Cleworth and Jake Bickerstaff made a deadline day switch to Caernarfon Town whilst goalkeeper Dawid Szczepaniak made his way back to the Rock to join up with Cefn Druids.
The 19-year old striker started on the bench for Caernarfon at the weekend as they played host to Aberystwyth Town at the Oval. Bickerstaff came off the bench after 68 minutes replacing Jack Kenny and made a real impact, with a fine strike to level the scores with less than five minutes to play.
Young defender Max Cleworth also started the game on the bench but was introduced just before the break as Joe Williams was forced off. The Cofi's were a goal down as Cleworth was introduced but remained strong with the Wrexham loanee at the back. His Wrexham team-mate scored the equaliser before Caernarfon turned it around via Sion Bradley with just minutes to go. However, one final twist saw Aber grab a second on 95 minutes to end a pulsating debut match for Max and Jake at 2-2.
Polish goalkeeper Szczepaniak re-joined Druids last month and was given the nod on Saturday to start their Cymru Premier matchup with Barry Town United at the Rock. The keeper had a quiet game and was rarely called into action, but just before half-time Barry won a penalty and though Szczepaniak dived the right way, former Wales international David Cotterill converted. Druids lost the match 1-0.
Pictures: Colin Ewart