AFC Bournemouth had ten loan players in action over the weekend, with Lewis Grabban helping Sunderland to a 2-2 draw with Millwall.
Here's a look at how our loanees fared over the weekend...
The striker netted the opening goal at the Stadium of Light on Saturday, with the Black Cats drawing 2-2 against Millwall. Grabban’s tally for the season now sits on nine goals, as he’ll be looking to impress new Sunderland boss Chris Coleman.
In League One, Allsop kept his fifth clean sheet of the season, as Blackpool beat Peterborough 1-0 at London Road. The Tangerines now move up to 12th.
Up the road, Cargill’s Fleetwood side also kept a clean sheet after they recorded a 0-0 draw with Doncaster Rovers.
Overseas, the Ivorian striker played all 90 minutes of Toulouse’s goalless draw with Metz, leaving them tenth in Ligue 1.
Surridge got 90 minutes under his belt for Darren Way’s Yeovil, who lost 2-1 to Swindon on Saturday.
The young midfielder also turned out for the Glovers, playing 73 minutes of their loss to Swindon.
Harfield got another 90 minutes in the tank for Poole Town, but couldn’t help his side find a leveller against Hampton & Richmond Borough, losing out 1-0.
Travers also played every minute, but Weymouth couldn’t stop Hampton & Richmond Borough running out as 3-0 winners.
After a goal on his Weymouth debut, Seaman, alongside Travers, was also involved in Weymouth’s 3-0 loss to Hampton & Richmond Borough.
The Cherries youngster came off the bench and played 27 minutes for Eastleigh, but couldn’t help the Spitfires reduce a two-goal deficit.