Take a look at how the players who are currently out on loan fared on the weekend.
Development Squad striker Kenan Dunnwald had a weekend to remember for Weston-Super-Mare, as the forward scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 victory over Bognor Regis at the Woodspring Stadium. Dunnwald was joined in the starting eleven by Mohammed Baghdadi for the fixture, with the striker converting inside the opening twenty-five minutes to earn his side three points. The victory helps Weston's quest to hunt down a play-off spot in the National League South as they look ahead to facing Braintree tomorrow evening.
In SkyBet League Two, Rollin Menayese featured for Swindon in a 3-1 defeat against Exeter at St James' Park. Swindon did manage to go ahead in the fixture, but three unanswered goals meant that the home-side recorded the victory which dealt a big blow to Swindon's chances of entering the play-off places. Next up for Menayese and Swindon is the visit of Morecambe to the County Ground on Friday.
Welsh winger Ryan Broom made the long journey with Eastleigh to take on Tranmere Rovers. Broom started the encounter on the bench and entered the action in the 70th minute replacing Ayo Obileye, as Eastleigh were beaten 3-1 on the road.
Kunle Otudeko was a late substitute for Poole Town during their defeat to St Alban's City, who scored a late winner deep into injury time to record the win.
There was no fixture this weekend for Jonny Burn at York City, as the National League North side prepare to face Southport tomorrow evening.
Lewis Ellington was an unused substitute in Salisbury's 2-2 draw at Bideford, as Ghassan Abu Hassan didn't feature this weekend for Bishop's Cleeve, but was amongst the substitutes midweek for their fixture against Bristol Manor Farm.