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Four leave King’s Lynn Town on loan deals

PUBLISHED: 11:23 11 October 2018 | UPDATED: 13:08 11 October 2018

Toby Hilliard has joined Wisbech Town from King's Lynn Town Picture: Ian Burt

Toby Hilliard has joined Wisbech Town from King's Lynn Town Picture: Ian Burt

Archant 2018

King’s Lynn Town’s mini-revolution has gathered pace after four players were allowed to leave.

Toby Hilliard, Nathan Stewart, Matty Castellan and Eoin McQuaid have all left, following the recent arrivals of Chris Henderson and Adam Marriott.

Leaving The Walks on three-month loan deals are defender Castellan – who has joined Southern League Central Premier rivals Lowestoft Town – and midfielder McQuaid, who has signed for Wisbech Town, of the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One East.

Also joining former boss Gary Setchell at Wisbech will be Hilliard, who has made a permanent move to the Elgoods Stadium.

Stewart, meanwhile, is moving to Wroxham, who play in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division, on a season-long loan.

The Linnets have the option of a recall on all four players – who are expected to feature for their new clubs this weekend – after a month.

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