A round-up of how the players who are out on loan got on over the past weekend.
Alfie Kilgour enjoyed a clean-sheet as Maidenhead recorded a 1-0 win at Leyton Orient. The victory secured back-to-back wins for Maidenhead, with the three points lifting them up to 16th place in the National League. Kilgour and Maidenhead entertain to Dover Athletic next Saturday.
Luke Russe made his third appearance for Gloucester City, who continued their recent good run in the National League South. Russe started on the weekend for Gloucester against Hampton and Richmond and helped Mike Cook's side register a 1-0 win and put a three-point cushion between themselves and the relegation zone.
Both Rollin Menayese and Bernard Mensah started Aldershot's goalless draw at Halifax. Menayese completed the full ninety minutes, but Mensah's afternoon was cut short just thirty minutes in due to injury.
Theo Widdrington played in Bognor's 0-0 draw against Bishop Stortford - while Liam Armstrong was between the sticks for Tiverton in a 3-0 loss against Wimborne.
Cameron Hargreaves and Rhys Kavanagh were included on the teamsheet for Hungerford's trip to Chippenham., Hargreaves was shown a red card just prior to the break, as the club's Twitter feed described the circumstances surrounding the dismissal as 'controversial'. Hungerford took the lead but ended up losing the encounter 3-1, with the loss leaving Hungerford three points adrift in the relegation places in the National League South.
Lewis Leigh-Gilchrist scored his fifth goal in just his second game since rejoining Yate Town on loan. The midfielder grabbed a hat-trick for Yate in a win at Higworth Town, with all of Yate's goals coming in the second half. The hat-trick for Leigh-Gilchrist adds to his brace last weekend, as Yate prepare to face AFC Totton next weekend.
Stefan Payne grabbed just over thirty minutes from the bench as Shrewsbury Town were held to a 1-1 draw by Burton Albion - while Kyle Bennett was a late substitute for Swindon Town in their 2-0 win over Forest Green Rovers.
U18's Tom Mehew was included in the starting XI for Froome Town on Saturday, as the Robins fells to a 3-0 defeat on the South Coast at Froome Town.