Rovers secure keeper stay

17 March 2009 03:23
Bristol Rovers have extended Danzelle St Louis-Hamilton's loan from Stoke City for a second month. St Louis-Hamilton is yet to make a first-team appearance for manager Paul Trollope, but has been an ever-present on the bench. The 18-year-old shot-stopper will now remain at the Memorial Ground until the middle of April. The former Watford youngster, who is a graduate of Stoke's successful academy, is available to play for Rovers in Tuesday's clash against Crewe. Rovers are unbeaten in five League One outings and last weekend's 5-0 drubbing of Walsall moved them within nine points of the play-offs.

Source: SKY_Sports