Take a look at how the players who are currently out on loan got on over the weekend.
Defender Rollin Menayese helped Swindon to victory in Phil Brown's first game in charge. Menayese kept his place in the starting eleven as Marc Richards' brace secured a 3-1 victory for Swindon over Cambridge. Next up for Swindon is an encounter with Exeter City next Saturday.
Ryan Broom was an unused substitute in Eastleigh's 0-0 draw at Leighton Orient.
In the National League South, Rhys Kavanagh started Gloucester City's 4-0 victory over Hungerford. In the same fixture, Lewis Leigh-Gilchrist made his debut as a substitute for Hungerford, following agreeing his loan deal being finalised last week.
Mo Baghdadi started Weston Super Mare's defeat at Chippenham, as the Seagulls push for a playoff spot hit a snag as they fell to defeat to Chippenham. Kenan Dunnwald also featured in the game as a second-half substitute.
Striker Cameron Ebbutt started Evesham's defeat to Swindon Supermarine. The striker had a first-half effort saved in the defeat, with Evesham facing Winchester City next weekend.
There was an appearance from the bench for Kunle Otudeko, who was used as a second-half substitute during Poole Town's defeat to Bath City, while Connor Jones was included in the starting eleven for Mangotsfield in their impressive victory on the road at Didcot Town.
Lewis Ellington was in the matchday squad for Salisbury's 2-2 draw against Taunton but didn't feature.
At Farnborough, Josh Bailey played in the heart of the defence as the Evo-Stick South Premier side fell to a 3-1 defeat away at King's Lynn Town
Midfielder Charlie Ten-Grotenhuis appeared for Gosport Borough in a 5-2 defeat to Redditch United.