Date:Thursday December 27 2012
Vital Leeds looks at how the Leeds United loan players did on Boxing Day with their respective loan clubs.
Zac Thompson - Bury
Midfielder Thompson once again completed 90 minutes for Bury in their 0-0 draw at Preston North End. Thompson missed the best chance of the game when he fired into the side netting with just the goalkeeper to beat.
Thompson has now made 14 appearances since arriving at Gigg Lane in October.
Robbie Rogers - Stevenage
Rogers was once again left out of the 18 for Stevenage as they were beaten 3-1 at home by Coventry City.
Rogers has made just 9 appearances since joining Stevenage in August with only three of them being starts.
Paul Rachubka - Accrington Stanley
Rachubka played the 90 minutes for Stanley in their 2-1 defeat at Bradford City. Rachubka was eligible to play after Stanley decided to appeal the red card he received against Plymouth Argyle on Saturday.
He is expected to hear the outcome of the appeal later today. Failure to overturn the appeal will mean a three-match suspension.
The goalkeeper has made 6 starts since signing for them on a week-to-week loan at the start of this month.
Ross Killock - Alfreton Town
The defender completed the 90 minutes as Alfreton enjoyed a good win on the road. Killock played in an unaccustomed position, filling in at left back for the game as they won 2-1 at Mansfield Town.
Killock has made 13 appearances with12 starts since joining them in October.
Alex Cairns - Stalybridge Celtic
Cairns once again completed 90 minutes for Celtic as they shared the points in a 2-2 home draw with Altrincham.
The young keeper, who celebrates his 20th birthday next week as now made 23 appearances for Celtic since joining them in August.
Lewis Turner - Harrogate Town
Harrogate saw their home game with Workington Town called off due to a waterlogged pitch.
Nathan Turner - Chester FC
Nathan was once again left out of the Chester squad as they continue to sweep aside everyone in the Blue Square North Division. Chester moved twelve points clear at the top of the table with a 5-0 home win over Droylsden.
Nathan has made two substitute appearances since joining them towards the end of November.
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