A host of AFC Bournemouth loanees featured for their respective clubs on the weekend, with 12 in action overall.
Here's a look at how they got on...
Gradel came up against an in-form Neymar this weekend as Toulouse came up against table-topping PSG.
At home against the champions elect, Toulouse had 22% of the possession and unfortunately for Gradel, Neymar's deflected second-half effort saw PSG move 12 points clear at the top of Ligue 1.
The striker came off the bench for the second time in consecutive weeks, and played the remaining 25 minutes of Wolves’ 2-1 win over Queens Park Rangers.
Afobe almost scored against the London side, but they won the game leaving them 13 points clear of second place Derby.
Fellow forward Grabban played the final ten minutes for Aston Villa in their derby against Birmingham City. Steve Bruce’s side emerged 2-0 winners at Villa Park in Grabban's first Midlands derby.
Cargill managed another 90 minutes under his belt, as Partick Thistle narrowly lost to SPL front-runners Celtic 3-2, bowing out of the Scottish Cup.
The game means that since joining on loan, Cargill has experienced coming up against Celtic twice, as well as Rangers in his short stint in Scotland thus far.
Port Vale were on the wrong end of a 5-1 scoreline against Cheltenham, with Whitfield playing the final 25 minutes upon returning from injury.
The Cherries youngster came on and played the final 20 minutes of Yeovil’s 0-0 draw with Crewe.
The ‘keeper kept a clean sheet for Lincoln City, who played out a goalless draw at Cambridge. They now move up to eighth in League Two.
Mahoney was also brought on with a little under half-an-hour to go, playing the final 27 minutes as Barnsley drew 1-1 with Sheffield Wednesday.
Barnsley were under caretaker manager Paul Harsley after Paul Heckingbottom left for Leeds United.
Quigley started for Boreham Wood and played 53 minutes of their 2-0 win over Eastleigh.
They moved into the National League play-off places as a result, and fellow loanee Ollie Harfield was an unused substitute.
On the other side, Matthews played all 90 minutes of the Spitfires’ defeat. The result is Eastleigh's first defeat in nine games.
Dennis played 90 minutes between the sticks for Weymouth, who beat St. Neots Town 3-1.
Fellow ‘keeper O’Flaherty was also in goal for all 90 minutes, as Gosport drew 1-1 against Merthyr Town.
Chesterfield and Rochdale saw both of their games postponed due to the weather, meaning that Aaron Ramsdale and Mihai Dobre were not in action.