James Tavernier

By Dan King - Newcastle United Club Reporter

Two of Newcastle's loan stars kept clean sheets for their temporary teams - but another was sent crashing back down to earth!

James Tavernier and Ole Soderberg were both on the winning side without conceding, but poor Jeff Henderson - who had scored the winner in a 1-0 win over Ebbsfleet on his debut seven days earlier - was part of the Gateshead defence which conceded five at Luton.

Meanwhile, Fraser Forster helped Celtic gain an unlikely point but Kazenga LuaLua was absent Brighton's game against Hull.

Tavernier's Carlisle were 3-0 victors at Yeovil, with the United man playing the full 90 minutes and picking up a yellow card as he put in another strong display for the League One side.

The Cumbrians have now lost just one of their last six games and Tavernier has four more games to go before his three-month loan deal comes to an end.

Soderberg kept his second shut-out in four games for Darlington - and his second successive home clean sheet after recording one on his debut against Newport - in a 1-0 win over Kidderminster.

The Quakers have won three of their four games since the Swedish goalkeeper's arrival and the 21-year-old was assured throughout as Andy Woodman watched him from the stand at the Northern Echo Arena.

But there was no clean sheet for Henderson, who was on the wrong end of a 5-1 defeat to Blue Square Bet Premier promotion contenders Luton. Jak Alnwick was an unused substitute.

Earlier on Saturday, Celtic drew 3-3 with Kilmarnock, but only after a stirring second-half comeback from the Bhoys who had been three goals down.