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Loan Watch: Collision Course

Written by Newcastle Utd

Curtis Good and Bradden Inman could face each other in the latter stages of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy after helping their respective sides progress

By Dan King - Newcastle United Club Reporter

Aussie youngsters Bradden Inman and Curtis Good both helped their respective loan clubs into the area semi-finals of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on Tuesday night - and the Magpies pair are now on a collision course for a place in the Wembley final.

Both players will now have an eye on the showpiece occasion at the national stadium but only one can achieve it and they could come face-to-face in the area semis or final.

Inman made his debut for Crewe as they drew 1-1 with Doncaster at Gresty Road. The Alex led 1-0 until the 90th minute - seconds after Inman had been substituted. But they won through 5-3 on penalties.

Bradford's passage was rather more comfortable as they won 2-0 at Port Vale, with Good impressing as he played the whole game in his second appearance for the Bantams.

The draw for the last four of the Northern and Southern section will be made live on Soccer AM on Saturday morning.

Meanwhile, Darlington's home game against Hebburn was postponed denying JJ Hooper the opportunity to make his league bow for the Quakers.