We track the progress of the Gillingham FC players who are currently on loan at other clubs

There are currently five Gills players out on loan at lower league clubs as some of the younger players on the roster look to gain some first team experience.

Three of which were in action over the weekend, and James Mercer provides a round-up of the latest developments.

was an unused substitute in Dover Athletic’s goalless draw at home to Boreham Wood on Saturday.Callum Davies

Davies joined the Whites last week until the end of the season and will be looking to be a regular in their final few games as they look to secure a play-off spot in the Skrill Conference South.

He was cup tied for Dover's Kent Senior Cup game against Bromley on Tuesday night, a game which Chris Kinnear's men won 3-2.

The side are currently fifth in the table with 55 points, just a point above Havant and Waterlooville who have three games in hand over them.

Muggleton started on the bench at The Hive and came on with half an hour to play.  joined Barnet on a youth loan on Thursday and featured in their 1-1 draw with second place Cambridge at the Abbey Stadium.Sam MuggletonElsewhere,

2-1 defeat at Coventry earlier this season at Sixfields. before coming on as a last minute sub for Michael Harriman in the last season against Burton AlbionThe left back has featured twice for the Gills, having started the final game of

he went straight into the starting eleven as Canvey Island won 2-0 against Margate. The Gills loanee was impressive on debut and rarely put a foot wrong in the midfield.Joe Carter;Another Gills player out on loan is

place in the Conference South table, three points shy of leaders Eastleigh.nd was involved in Bromley’s 1-1 draw with Eastbourne Borough; the defender is on loan until the end of this week. Bromley F.C sit in 2Devante McKain

joined Maidstone United on work experience on Monday. The Gills youngster, who has made two first team appearances this season, will train with the stones first team ahead of their game against Bury Town on Saturday.Stephen ButcherFinally,