Vital Leeds looks at how the loan players did in the games over the weekend.
Patrick Kisnorbo – Ipswich Town (Rest of season)
Kisnorbo made his second appearance for Ipswich as a second half substitute at Sheffield Wednesday.
The defender came on after 68 minutes with the score at 1-1
Danny Pugh – Sheffield Wednesday (Rest of season)
Pugh played the 90 minutes in the same game as it finished 1-1.
The point saw both clubs move a step closer to guaranteeing championship football next season.
Pugh has made 13 appearances since arriving at Hillsborough in January.
Zac Thompson – Bury (Rest of season)
Thompson played 90 minutes for Bury as they drew 1-1 at Walsall.
Relegated Bury claimed a point at play-off chasing Walsall with a goal in injury time.
The midfielder has made 31 appearances for Bury in two spells since originally arriving at Gigg Lane in October.
Paul Connolly – Preston North End (Rest of season)
Connolly played the 90 minutes for Preston as they beat Tranmere Rovers 1-0 at Deepdale.
Preston continue to improve under former Leeds boss Simon Grayson and they have lost just two of their twelve games since his appointment in February.
Connolly has made 14 appearances since signing for Preston in January.
Paul Rachubka – Accrington Stanley (Rest of season)
Rachubka played the 90 minutes for Stanley as they ensured League Two safety with a 1-0 win at Bristol Rovers.
Stanley have now lost just one of their last eight games to pull away from the relegation zone.
Rachubka has now made 22 appearances in his two spells with Stanley this season, keeping six clean sheets.
Charlie Taylor – Inverness Caledonian Thistle (Rest of season)
Taylor came off the bench today for Thistle at Celtic. Taylor came on after 63 minutes having just fallen behind. The game finished 4-1 with Celtic clinching the Scottish Premier League title in the process.
Taylor has made 6 appearances since arriving at Inverness in January.
Alex Cairns – Stalybridge Celtic –
Cairns played the 90 minutes for Celtic as they drew 0-0 at Harrogate Town.
Celtic faced ten-men for 80 minutes after Harrogate had goalkeeper Jose Da Veiga for deliberate handball.
The 20-year-old has played 45 times for Celtic this season, keeping 14 clean sheets since joining them in the first week of the season..
Nathan Turner – Chester FC (Rest of season)
Nathan wasn`t part of the Chester squad for their final home game of the season against Solihull Moors.
Nathan has made 19 appearances since joining them in November and he has scored one goal.
Lewis Turner – Chester FC (Rest of season)
Lewis came off the bench for Chester after 76 minutes as they lost at home for the first time this season against Solihull Moors.
On a day when Chester were presented with the Blue Square Conference North title, Solihull spoilt the party with a 1-0 win.
Lewis has made 8 appearances for Chester since joining them in January.
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