Sammy Moore – Dover Athletic
Moore was involved from the off in Saturday’s National League game at Macclesfield Town, and with the Kent side losing 1-0, referee Antony Coggins called a halt to the game in the second period due to fog.
The 29-year-old fared much better in midweek though as he played a starring role in their 6-0 victory at Sutton United.
The midfielder assisted two of the six goals before being replaced with 14 minutes remaining by Jack Parkinson.
Moses Emmanuel netted a hat-trick for Chris Kinnear’s side, while Ricky Miller scored twice and Ross Lafayette was also on the scoresheet.
Michael Clark and Victor Adeboyejo – East Thurrock United and Margate
Two of the O’s third-year scholars pitted their wits against each other as their sides met in the FA Trophy.
It was to prove a profitable debut for Adeboyejo as he netted a second half penalty to secure a replay for the Gate, while Clark remained on the pitch for the entire match.
In Tuesday’s replay it was Clark’s National League South side that were to get the better of their Ryman Premier counterparts, with goals from Tom Wraight and Sam Higgins securing the Rocks passage into the next round.
Freddy Moncur – Bishop’s Stortford
It proved to be a disappointing day for the Blues as they lost out 4-2 to lower non-league opposition Hythe Town in the FA Trophy.
Moncur did get on the scoresheet in the defeat as he was fouled in the box and dusted himself off to net the spot kick, though it proved to be in vain.
Charlie Grainger – Hampton & Richmond
Grainger had a debut to remember as he helped the Beavers to a goalless draw against Royston Town in the FA Trophy.
The 20-year-old had joined in time to feature and kept a clean sheet with a solid performance.
A replay was set to be played last night (Tuesday) but the fixture was called off due to a frozen pitch. The game has been rescheduled for Tuesday, December 6, 7.45pm kick-off.
Sam Roach – Cray Wanderers
Roach has joined Ryman Premier side Cray Wanderers on a work experience loan and has featured in their last three games.
The goalkeeper was involved from the start in the 2-2 draw with Horsham last Tuesday, where two goals from Danny Haynes ensured a share of the spoils.
Roach also featured in this week’s two fixtures – another 2-2 draw at Molesey where Haynes and skipper Lea Dawson netted and a 3-2 win at Hythe Town last night.
Haynes was on target once more and was joined on the scoresheet by Brandon Scott and Karl Dent.