Having only just left The Valley for Tilbury, Sam Keefe and Joe Osaghae have already impressed for their new side.
Goalkeeper Osaghae has managed to keep two clean sheets in his first three fixtures for the Dockers while Sam Keefe managed to find the net on his debut against Brentwood Town, though the duo tasted defeat with Brentwood running out as 4-3 winners on.
For Brentwood, a familiar face in the form of Addicks U23 striker Wilberforce Ocran featured as his side picked up a vital three points as they look to pull away from the drop zone in the Isthmian North, but the loanee was withdrawn at half-time after picking up an injury.
Elsewhere in Essex, Taylor Maloney featured for the full 90 minutes of Concord Rangers' fixture against play-off chasing Bath City in the National League South, though he was unable to stop his side from slipping to a narrow 1-0 defeat.
In the National League, goalkeeper Ashley Maynard Brewer was hoping to continue his fine form after being named Man of the Match for Dover Athletic against Barrow in a 2-1 home win on February 4th, but the poor weather on Saturday meant their fixture at Eastleigh was postponed. The young Australian returned to action on Tuesday evening, but his side suffered a 1-0 defeat in the return fixture at Barrow.
Meanwhile, Ben Dempsey has also been playing his part for Woking, featuring in their 1-1 draw with sixth place Notts County on Saturday. The Cardinals currently sit 11th in mid-table.
Article by Anwar Yassin