Four Fleetwood Town players were in action over the weekend for their respective loan clubs and here's all the match details you need to know from around the grounds.
After signing for King's Lynn on Friday afternoon on a 28-day full-time loan deal, young midfielder George Morrison travelled up north to Darlington with his new teammates for a National League North clash at the Blackwell Meadows Stadium. The 17-year-old was named in the starting line-up despite only signing the day before and played the full 90 minutes in their 2-1 away win in the North East. A brace from Josh Barrett secured three vital three points for King's Lynn.
Another midfielder was in action for his side over the weekend, and that was Barry Baggley for our sister club Waterford FC. The Blues travelled to Kerry FC in their final away game of the season and played out a 1-1 draw. Ronan Coughlan scored his 33rd goal in just 28 games to salvage a point for Keith Long's side and now they head into their final game of the season against Treaty United this Friday. With the Play-Offs secured, can the Blues go one better and get back into the Irish Premier Division.
Patrick Boyes played between the sticks on Saturday in FC United of Manchester's match against Morpeth Town AFC. The young goalkeeper played 90 minutes but the defeat saw the Reds lose their unbeaten home league record with a 5-2 defeat on home soil. Boyes made some great saves throughout the match to deny the visitors extending their lead, but it will be one to forget for Boyes and boss Neil Reynolds.
Will Russ was named in Marines's matchday squad for their Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round Qualifier away at FC Halifax Town, but was an unused substitute on the day. Marine went on to win the game 1-0 thanks to a goal from Louie White in the 8th minute of the game. With that result, they will now welcome League Two side Harrogate Town to Rossett Park at the start of November.