AFC Bournemouth had 13 loan players feature for their respective clubs over the course of the weekend.
One was successful at Wembley, one moved closer to a promotion and eight played 90 minutes for their sides.
Take a closer look at who featured where...
The Cherries’ ‘keeper enjoyed a very successful weekend, playing between the sticks for Lincoln City at Wembley, as the Imps beat Shrewsbury to lift the Checkatrade Trophy.
Allsop earned plenty of praise for a one-handed save just before half time, after an Omar Beckles header looked like it was heading in, with Elliot Whitehouse having already put League Two Lincoln ahead 16 minutes in.
Danny Cowley’s side, however, held on and Allsop gained the plaudits for his clean sheet, despite 15 shots for the Shrews.
Afobe was instrumental in the Championship’s game of the weekend, as his Wolves side took on second placed Cardiff in south Wales.
Comfortable in possession and holding the ball up well for his side, the striker played 78 minutes of the win, which saw the hosts fail to take advantage of two stoppage-time penalties awarded their way.
Wolves now sit nine points clear of Neil Warnock’s side and are just two wins away from Premier League promotion.
Grabban played 35 minutes of Aston Villa’s 3-1 loss at Norwich. Coming on with his side 2-0 down, he helped pull a goal back after Jack Grealish netted with a low shot.
However, it wasn’t to be for Steve Bruce’s men, who conceded again to make the score 3-1.
Despite the defeat, Villa remain fourth in the Championship and with every chance of Premier League promotion come May.
The Ivorian got another 90 minutes under his belt for Toulouse, who couldn’t overcome Dijon at the Stadium Municipal.
Kwon Chang-Hoon got the only goal for the visitors, who came away 1-0 winners.
Cargill was another who played a full game, this time in Scotland for Partick Thistle. However, his side couldn’t get the three points, narrowly losing 1-0 to Kilmarnock at Firhill.
Fresh from his two goals at Coventry last weekend, Surridge’s Yeovil side faced a similarly tough test against high-flying Luton Town.
The task was soon made even larger when the Glovers were not only reduced to ten men after 19 minutes, but then nine after 32 as Ryan Dickinson and Francois Zoko were sent off.
Surridge came on after 54 minutes, but couldn’t help his side recover a three-goal deficit.
Ramsdale’s Chesterfield side faced a big game at Grismby, with the young shot-stopper only conceding to an 88th minute penalty.
A well-saved effort from JJ Hooper saw the ‘keeper gain plaudits, but he couldn’t keep out Mitch Rose’s well struck penalty two minutes from time to give the hosts a 1-0 win.
Whitfield played a good 80 minutes for Port Vale, leaving the pitch with the scores at 1-1 between Crawley and his Port Vale side.
However, with eight minutes remaining, Nathan Smith’s own goal sealed a win for Harry Kewell’s side, as Vale remain unmoved in League Two.
The Cherries striker played the final five minutes, as Boreham Wood tried to rescue a point at Halifax Town.
Nevertheless, the score remained 2-1 to the hosts, as the Wood dropped to fifth in the National League.
Matthews again played 90 minutes for Eastleigh, who denied Wrexham three points with a last minute equaliser thanks to Ryan Cresswell.
Hobson’s Chester side faced a tough game against fourth placed Tranmere, who rode out 2-0 winners at the Deva Stadium.
The young centre-back played 90 minutes.
Dennis enjoyed a winning weekend with Weymouth, who secured their play-off place with a 2-1 win over Redditch United.
Playing 90 minutes in goal, the young ‘keeper did well to deal with some dangerous crosses and made some crucial saves in the win.
O’Flaherty got more minutes in the tank for Gosport and kept a clean sheet in a 0-0 draw with St. Ives, coming up with two big saves from Declan Rogers in the process.
Connor Mahoney and Mihai Dobre were unused substitutes for Barnsley and Rochdale respectively, whilst Ollie Harfield did not feature for Boreham Wood.