The Loan Rangers

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De’Reece Vanderhyde
The 18-year-old right back is on a one month loan at Welling United, following an impressive loan spell last season for the Wings.  He was part of the team that lifted the Conference South Title last season, with a string of solid performances and one man of the match award. Vanderhyde has played two games for Welling United this season with his debut coming against Braintree Town in the FA trophy in a 3-0 defeat. He played the whole game and received a yellow card. He also started in their 3-1 defeat to Plymouth in the FA cup on Saturday. Welling Utd are currently in 13th place on 29 points in the Skrill Premier. 
Harry Lee 
The centre midfielder was playing at Farnborough FC, following his loan transfer at the end of October. The 18 year old made a total of seven appearances this season, five in the league and two in the cup, with only one of those being off the bench. Lee scored two goals in the league this season, against Maidenhead United and Chelmsford City and has picked up one yellow card. 
In light of his impressive performances for Boro, the Conference South side had agreed to extend the loan deal. However, Orient recalled Lee and he featured in the victory over Walsall in the FA Cup on Saturday.  
Jack Sherratt
Since being loaned out to Isthmian League Premier Division side Cray Wanderers at the end of October, Sherratt has played eight games, scoring three goals and getting three assists. The 20 year old has picked up one yellow card and a man of the match award. Sherratt is due to stay with the Wands until January 4.
Charlie Grainger
Fellow teammate Grainger has also played a good number of games for Cray Wanderers since joining on an initial one month’s loan in early October. The 17-year-old has played 11 games so far, with one clean sheet and has achieved an impressive six man of the match awards.  
Harrison Georgiou
Since joining St Albans City in September on a three month loan, Georgiou has five starts and four sub appearances. The youngster has also managed one goal this season, coming in a 4-2 defeat to Beaconsfield SYCOB in the Red Insure Cup. The Saints are looking to mount a promotion challenge this year and currently lie in eighth, though they have a couple of games in hand from the teams above.  They are also in the second round of the FA Trophy after beating Tonbridge Angels 4-0.