Take a look at how the players who are currently out on loan got on over the past weekend.
Ryan Broom came on as a late second-half substitute during Eastleigh's dramatic 4-3 victory over Hartlepool United. Broom replaced Mark Yeates in the 82nd minute, as Eastleigh secured three points that see them remaining in 12th place in the National League, ahead of a visit to AFC Fylde next weekend.
After his move to Gloucester City on Friday, Rhys Kavanagh had the frustration of his debut being postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, as the weather got the better of Gloucester's fixture against Chippenham.
Jonny Burn played the full ninety minutes in York City's defeat to Stockport County, as the Minstermen saw a six-game unbeaten run come to an end on the road at Stockport. York are still comfortably inside the play-off places, ahead of an upcoming trip to Tamworth next Saturday.
Both Jordan Williams and Mo Baghdadi started Poole Town's fixture at Hemel Hempstead. Full-back Jordan Williams had a part to play in the only goal of the game, as Poole Town secured a narrow one-goal victory. The pair have a busy week ahead, with fixtures against Chippenham and Gloucester City.
Cameron Ebbutt was in the starting XI as Dorchester Town travelled to Gosport Borough. The striker was substituted midway through the second half, as Dorchester drew 3-3 with ten men Gosport.
Connor Jones played the full ninety minutes of Mangotsfield's Southern League defeat away at Cirencester, a game in which Development Squad goalkeeper started in between the sticks for Cirencester, after rejoining the Club on loan last week.
The Academy players on loan at Larkhall saw their game against Paulton Rovers called off due to the weather.