We take a look at how the players who are currently out on loan got on over the past weekend.
Ryan Broom enjoyed a lively start to Eastleigh's 3-1 defeat to Chester in the National League. Broom was involved in an early opportunity in front of goal, but was substituted on the half-hour mark as Eastleigh slipped to defeat. The Spitfires slip into 13th position in the National League with 12th placed Maidenhead United up next midweek.
Rollin Menayese played the full ninety minutes of Swindon's victory over Port Vale. The defender has now played in the past five games for Swindon, picking up his first yellow card in Saturday's victory. The game also saw a goal from former Rovers winger Cristian Montano.
Defender Jonny Burn was involved in York's heavy defeat at Curzon Ashton. York, who defeated high-flying Salford last weekend, were undone by a first-half hat-trick from Niall Cummins, as Minstermen boss Martin Gray labelled the performance an 'embarrassment' and cancelled the squad's day-off in light of the defeat.
At Weston Super Mare, Development Squad striker Kenan Dunnwald played seventy minutes of the Seagulls draw with East Thurrock United. The striker was involved in the build-up to Weston's equalising goal, combining with former Rovers player Danny Greenslade to fed the ball to Kris Scott to slot home.
Gloucester City face Wealdstone this evening, a fixture that could see Rhys Kavanagh face his development squad teammate Kunle Otudeko in the National League South.
Ghassan Abu Hassan made his debut for Bishop's Cleeve in a defeat to Barnstaple Town. Bishop's Cleeve fought back from 3-0 down at half-time to reduce the scoreline to 3-2 and were forced to play the final forty-five minutes with just ten men.
At Poole Town, both Jordan Williams and Mo Baghdadi played the full ninety minutes of a 4-0 defeat to Eastbourne Borough, while Lewis Leigh-Gilchrist was a second-half substitute during Dorchester Town's Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division defeat to Stratford Town.
Goalkeeper Thom Jonkerman featured in Cirencester victory over Bideford. The goalkeeper almost recorded a clean sheet, but a late Josh Key goal provided Bideford with a consolation goal. Jonkerman's counterpart, Andre Alexis-Jr played in Tiverton Town's narrow 1-0 defeat to St Neots Town. Tiverton are in action again in midweek, taking on Kettering Town on Tuesday evening.
Following on the theme of goalkeepers, Academy shot-stopper Liam Armstrong helped Larkhall F.C achieve their first win of 2018, defeating Kidlington, while Josh Bailey started Farnborough's win over Biggleswade Town F.C, as Farnborough edged closer to the top-ten in Evo-Stik South.