Six Shots players have headed out on loan since the start of the campaign, with Reece Miller, Alfie Saunders and latest signing Josh Fawole joining Farnborough FC, George Sheridan joining Hartley Wintney, Ben Shroll joining Hampton & Richmond and Joe Rabbetts joining Met Police.
Here’s how they got on this month:
Reece has now returned to Aldershot Town following his second loan spell with Farnborough FC, having made his first appearance in their 0-0 draw with Walton Casuals at the start of his loan spell.
Following this, the 21-year-old got an hour under his belt in a 3-1 midweek victory at Chesham United, as first start came at Poole Town where Farnborough came from behind to win 3-1 again in the League. The forward went to make three more appearances for Boro during his second stint with the club.
George hasn’t featured recently due to injury sustained in Hartley’s FA Cup game at Walton last month.
The midfielder played 45 minutes in that game, but picked up an ankle knock and has been recovering since.
He looks to be back on the pitch soon.
Ben has slotted straight into the side at right back with a maturity that belies his age.
He nearly scored with his very first touch for the Beavers with a goal-bound header in only the 2nd minute in his debut against Ebbsfleet. He then provided an excellent assist for the 1st goal in an impressive 3-0 victory.
Ben has continued to fill in at right back very well, with good performances against Walton Casuals in the FA Cup and again most recently in a draw away at Oxford City.
He is currently recovering from a slight knock, but will look to be back out on the pitch very soon.
(Photo Credit of Hampton & Richmond Photographer Thomas Lang)
Joe made his first appearance for Met Police since joining on loan, against Hayes & Yeading at LB, completing the full 90 minutes.
Since then, Rabbetts has been on the bench for both their FA Cup games against Farnborough FC and also two league fixtures as he looks to fight for a starting place in the Met Police XI.
The young defender, who turns 20 this month, made his full Farnborough debut last weekend helping The Pitching In Southern League Premier South side to a clean sheet in a 2-0 home victory over Truro City.
Josh made his Farnborough debut in a 2-0 away victory at Wimborne Town in The Pitching In Southern League Premier South.
Starting upfront, the 23-year-old lasted 77 minutes and was a constant handful, being brought down by defender Tom Bragg for a straight red card when clean through on goal during the first half.
Josh was unfortunate not to score, coming close on numerous occasions from crosses into the box and contributed heavily to a Farnborough side that took a whopping 40 shots at the Wimborne Town goal throughout the game.