For two Fleetwood Town players out on loan, they picked up all three points for their sides playing vital roles, and we've got all the details on how they got on in their respective fixtures.
With FC United of Manchester travelling to Gainsborough Trinity on Saturday afternoon, goakeeper Pat Boyes was named in the starting XI and played the full 90 minutes between the sticks. With The Reds winning 3-1 thanks to goals from Jay Fitzmartin, Dontai Gabidon and Charlie Ellis, they secured all three points in their league campaign. Pat pulled off some key saves at vital moments in the match, and it was their defensive resistance that was a big part of the clash in Lincolnshire.
In the other fixture, striker Theo Williams played just over 20 minutes in the game after coming on as a 71st minute substitue for opening goalscorer on the day, Dillon Da Silva. Torquay United won 2-1 on the day against Tonbridge Angles, with Brad Ash scoring the second on the day to see Gary Johnson's side pick up the win.
Tom Hoyle - who is on loan at Witton Albion - played the full 90 minutes in the heart of the defense, but was ultimately on the wrong end of a five goal thriler. Chasetown FC were the opponents at the weekend, but with Witton pulling it back thanks to goals from Harry Brazell and Matt Lowton, it was Chasetown for who scored late on the snatch the victory.