Found out how those out on loan got on this weekend
Striker Chris Iwelumo helped Oldham Athletic to a replay against Premier League outfit Everton on Saturday as the Latics continued their magical F.A Cup run.
The 34 year-old Scottish international started for the Lancashire outfit who pulled off yet another F.A Cup shock by grabbing a dramatic last-gasp equaliser via Matt Smith to take the Toffees to a replay.
Elsewhere, left-back Carl Dickinson made his debut on loan at Coventry City, who ran out 2-0 winners at Bury.
The 25 year-old started and played the full 90 minutes as Lee Carsley`s Sky Blues comfortably beat Kevin Blackwell`s Shakers.
On Friday night, Stephen McGinn was part of the Shrewsbury Town side who won 2-0 at Tranmere Rovers like on Sky.
The Scot played the full 90 minutes for Graham Turner`s side who beat the Merseysider`s thanks to goals from Chris Porter and Cameron Gayle.
In League Two, Britt Assombalonga`s Southend United went down 2-1 at home to Aidy Boothroyd`s Northampton Town.
The DR Congo-born forward played 89 minutes for the Shrimpers before being replaced by veteran forward Neil Harris.
In the Blue Square South, Piero Mingoia got another 90 minutes under his belt as Boreham Wood drew 1-1 Bromley.
Two late goals from former Watford trainee Peter Dean helped Wealdstone beat Margate 2-1 to see the Stones move into second in the Ryman Premier. Defender Aaron Tumwa was not involved.
Finally, Lee Hodson was an unused substitute as Brentford went down 4-0 to Chelsea in their F.A Cup fourth round replay.