A number of Fleetwood Town players were in action for their respective loan clubs last weekend, and here is how they got on…
Ashley Nadesan set up Hallam Hope's goal in Carlisle United's 2-2 draw with Crawley Town at home. Nadesan got himself an assist with his flick being headed home by Hope to help gain a point for the Cumbrians. That result leaves Carlisle now 10th in Sky Bet League Two.
Alex Reid played 45 minutes before being withdrawn at half time in Solihull Moors' closely fought 1-1 draw with relegation rivals Torquay United. The point still leaves The Moors in the relegation zone, three points behind Hartlepool United.
Victor Nirennold missed Guiseley's 1-1 draw with Halifax Town on Saturday due to injury. The Lions are rooted to the bottom of the National League on 26 points, and are 13 points from safety.
Matt Urwin had another week without a game as the weather denied his side Chorley; they have not played since Saturday 24th February.
Luke Higham played the full 90 minutes as FC United of Manchester came from three goals behind to draw 4-4 with Boston United. Ged Garner also featured, scoring a vital equaliser in a thrilling match. The result now sees FC United of Manchester 18th in the National League North on 38 points.
Ricardo Kip played 82 minutes of SC Cambuur's 1-1 draw against second place side NEC in the Eerste Divisie. The point takes Cambuur one place higher to 12th in the Netherland's second tier.
Dan Mooney and Lewis Baines both played in Ashton United's 3-2 victory over Stourbridge on Saturday. Mooney played 53 minutes and picked up an assist, while Baines played the full match in the tight contest. Ashton United are third in the Evo-Stik Premier Division, comfortably in the play-off places.
Mama Djabi played 45 minutes for Lancaster City in their 3-0 defeat to Marine on Tuesday night. Lancaster's game at the weekend against Barwell was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, leaving City mid table in the Northern Premier League.
Harrison Holgate played the full 90 minutes as Stalybridge Celtic beat Altrincham 2-1 at the home of the league leaders. Celtic now lie in 21st, one point off Whitby Town, but do have four games in hand.
Michael Donohue made his debut for Tamworth FC after he joined the club until the 28th April. He played the final 12 minutes of the 1-1 draw with second placed Harrogate, and that result now sees Donohue's new side sit 16th in the Vanarama National League North.