It was a good weekend fro central midfielder Hiram Boateng, who played the full 90 minutes of Plymouth Argyle's 2-1 win at home to Crawley Town, bagging the winner in the 89th minute.
Plymouth had taken the lead through Reuben Reid on 43 minutes, but his effort was cancelled out by the Red Devils' Roarie Deacon with five minutes to go. Boateng then knocked home the rebound after Crawley's Freddie Woodman failed to hold a free-kick hit by Graham Carey.
Boateng's strike meant that Plymouth shot two points clear at the top of League Two, overtaking Wycombe Wanderers - who lost at home to Northampton Town. Left-back Christian Scales did not feature for Crawley.
Keshi Anderson was on target again for the second game running for Doncaster Rovers, as he deflected a Richard Chaplow effort into the net to give his side the lead against Barnsley at the Keepmoat Stadium.
The visitors drew level through Sam Winnall on the hour mark, but Donny secured their first league victory since August after Chaplow hammered home a 90th minute winner. Anderson impressed, playing another full 90 minutes for the League One strugglers.
Despite playing the full 90 minutes for Shrewsbury, Sullay Kaikai ended up on the wrong side of a heavy defeat as Coventry City hit three past the Shrews to knock Micky Mellon's men down to 19th in the table.
After agreeing to go out on loan at the end of last week, Paddy McCarthy made his first appearance for Preston North End at the weekend, but came off after ten minutes through injury. Sheffield Wednesday won the game 3-1, with all of the action taking place after McCarthy's exit. Jack Hunt played the full 90 for the Owls, as they moved up to tenth in the Championship.
Bromley, who had been flying up the National League since Chris Kettings' arrival, were brought back down to Earth when they were thumped 4-0 away to Tranmere Rovers on Saturday. The young goalkeeper played the full game.
League One table-toppers Burton Albion won 1-0 at home to Southend United, thanks to a second half own goal from Luke Prosser. However, Palace youngster Jerome Binnom-Williams was an unused substitute for the Brewers. Likewise, Jonny Williams did not get on in ten-man Nottingham Forest's 1-0 defeat at home to Hull City.