It was almost a dream home debut for young forward Keshi Anderson with Doncaster Rovers, as the 20-year-old bagged a great goal on his first start at the Keepmoat Stadium - having impressed in Donny's away defeat at Sheffield United over the weekend.
Despite Anderson looking bright and rippling the back of the net on his home bow, Rovers were unable to secure the three points and had to settle for a 2-2 draw with Swindon Town.
Anderson was then handed the Man of the Match award, following his impressive attacking display - encouraging his new fans to expect big things from the former Barton Rovers hitman.
Christian Scales played the full 90 minutes in Crawley Town's emphatic 3-0 win away to Newport County, with the young defender helping the Red Devils to keep an important clean sheet. Whilst midfielder Hiram Boateng also played the full game in Plymouth Argyle's 2-1 home win over Barnet.
Elsewhere, Sullay Kaikai bagged an assist for Shrewsbury Town in their 3-2 defeat away to Rochdale and Jerome Binnom-Williams' late winner for Burton Albion at the weekend earned him a start last night, though he was replaced at half-time against Sheffield United.
Jonny Williams got 90 minutes under his belt for Nottingham Forest's under-21s, looking assured on the ball as he looked to create chances for his new side, though they fell to a 2-1 defeat to a young Watford side.
Jack Hunt played the full game for Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday, as they beat Brentford 2-1 away, but was not in action in mid-week. Chris Kettings kept another clean sheet for Bromley, as they saw off Dover Athletic 2-0 in the Kent Senior Cup.