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Loan Watch: Brad Bags Again

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Young midfielder Bradden Inman scored his second goal in two games for Crewe, while Paul Dummett took on Celtic

By Dan King - Newcastle United Club Reporter

Bradden Inman made it two goals in two league appearances for Crewe Alexandra as he scored a late winner against Bury in League One.

The Australian midfielder netted once and was involved in both other strikes as the Alex won 3-1 against Preston last weekend and this time popped up in the 88th minute with a close-range finish in the 1-0 victory.

He played the full 90 minutes, as did Paul Dummett who played at Parkhead for the first time in his young career when St. Mirren took on Celtic

And although they were beaten there was no shame in losing 2-0 to the Hoops, who remain top of the Scottish Premier League.

Curtis Good was an unused substitute for Bradford as they drew 2-2 at League Two promotion rivals Southend.

JJ Hooper played no part in Workington's 4-1 win at Stalybridge as he will be on under-21 duty for Newcastle at Southampton on Monday, while Marcus Maddison missed Blyth's 3-0 defeat at Witton Albion for the same reason.

Both are on work experience loans meaning they can still play for the Magpies when required.