Seven Albion players featured for their loan clubs over the weekend.
Winger Rayhaan Tulloch scored his first goal for Dundalk on Friday night as they recorded a resounding 5-0 win at home to St. Patrick’s in the League of Ireland Premier Division.
Tulloch was in the perfect place and the perfect time to slam home from close range after the opposition goalkeeper had parried a shot.
Rayhaan’s strike was Dundalk’s third of the night, with Patrick Hoban and Louie Annesley scoring before him, while Dan Kelly and Connor Malley found the net after his 51st-minute effort.
The Baggies man completed 77 minutes of the encounter before being replaced by Cameron Elliott.
There were victories for both Cedric Kipre and Alex Mowatt in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday afternoon.
Defender Kipre completed 90 minutes for Cardiff City who beat Bristol City 2-0 in the Severnside derby. The Bluebirds’ goals both came in the second half and were scored by Sory Kaba and Jaden Philogene-Bidace.
Midfielder Mowatt came on 22 minutes from time for Middlesbrough who ran riot against Reading, winning 5-0 at the Riverside Stadium.
Boro’s goals came courtesy of Chuba Akpom (2), Aaron Ramsey (2) and Marcus Forss.
Defenders Zac Ashworth and Caleb Taylor were in action for Burton Albion and Cheltenham Town respectively in Sky Bet League One.
Ashworth came off the bench in the 77th minute of the Brewers’ disappointing 4-0 defeat to promotion-chasing Ipswich at Portman Road. Conor Chaplin scored twice for the hosts, with Nathan Broadhead and Freddie Ladapo also on target for Town.
Taylor started for the Robins as they secured a big three points at home to Fleetwood Town.
Alfie May scored the game’s only goal, with Caleb completing just over an hour at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium.
In Sky Bet League Two, Tom Fellows played 67 minutes of Crawley Town’s narrow 1-0 defeat at Northampton Town. Jack Sowerby bagged the winner for the ten-man Cobblers who had Aaron McGowen sent off earlier in the afternoon.
And finally, in the Vanarana National League North, goalkeeper Ted Cann completed another full game for Leamington as the Brakes brushed Curzon Ashton aside, winning 4-1.
Liam Cross, Ollie Hulbert, Dan Turner and Devon Kelly-Evans all scored for Cann’s side, with Hayden Campbell finding the net for the visitors.