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Loan Rangers: Lumley's Blackpool climb to 14th

KEEPER Joe Lumley helped Blackpool come back from a goal down to earn a 1-1 draw against Southend United on Saturday.

The Seasiders went 1-0 down after 11 minutes when Marc-Antoine Fortune handed the Shrimpers the lead.

However, Blackpool struck back in the first half stopped time through Clark Robertson to lift them to 14th in League One, seven points from safety.

Meanwhile, midfielder Sean Goss was substituted at half-time of Rangers 1-0 defeat against Kilmarnock at the weekend.

The QPR midfielder started at Ibrox but was replaced at half-time by manager Graeme Murty as the Gers suffered a second successive Scottish Premier League defeat.

Former Rangers forward Kris Boyd scored the winner to leave them 10 points behind leaders Celtic.

Winger Olamide Shodipo came off the bench for Colchester United to make his second appearance in their 1-0 loss at home to Yeovil Town.

The R’s midfielder featured for the final 19 minutes at the Weston Homes Community Stadium as the U’s slipped to defeat leaving them nine points outside the League Two play-offs.

Elsewhere, Under-23s defender Alex Finney helped Maidstone United record a 1-0 win against Sutton United in the National League.

Centre-back Finney played 90 minutes for The Stones as Stuart Lewis’ 75th-minute goal handed them three points.

Maidstone climbed to 16th in the table following Finney’s fourth appearance since returning on loan in January to the Gallagher Stadium.

Goalkeeper Conor Hudnott saved a penalty as Staines Town recorded a 4-3 win at Enfield Town on Saturday.

The QPR Under-23s stopper denied Enfield’s Ryan Blackman from the spot with the score level at 2-2 at the time.

Victory for the Isthmian League Premier Division side keeps “The Massive’s” push for the play-offs on track.

Hudnott’s fellow Under-23s keeper Seny Dieng joined Hampton & Richmond on loan until the end of the season on Friday afternoon.

The R’s stopper helped The Beavers claim a 0-0 draw against Havant & Waterlooville on his debut to keep them third in the National League South side.

Finally, Under-18s defender Caden Genovesi’s match for Whitehawk was postponed at Braintree Town following a pitch inspection after snow once again hit the country.