Read about how NCAFC's three loanees got on at their respective clubs last weekend.
Jay Foulston helped Chippenham Town to their first clean sheet since November 2, with a goalless draw at Maidstone United in National League South on Tuesday.
The defender started the evening on the bench but replaced Will Richards on 73 minutes and marked his 25th appearance for the club with a much-needed clean sheet, following three consecutive league defeats.
His 17-minute cameo came after he was an unused substitute in Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to Havant & Waterlooville.
The teenager will look to reclaim his place in the starting XI when Chelmsford City visit Hardenhuish Park on Saturday.
Fellow defender Marvel Ekpiteta had a frustrating afternoon last weekend as Ebbsfleet United were held to a 1-1 draw at 10-man Eastleigh.
Myles Weston gave ‘Fleet a dream start inside five minutes but after stubborn defending from the visitors, and Ekpiteta, Eastleigh levelled through Scott Rendell.
Joe Partington was sent off in the second half for Eastleigh, however, it just wasn't to be for Ebbsfleet as Josh Umerah and Frankie Sutherland both missed penalties.
Focus now turns to the Buildbase FA Trophy with Ebbsfleet travelling to the QEII Stadium to take on Enfield Town in the first round on Saturday.
Elsewhere, Modou Touray couldn’t stop Barry Town United crashing out of the JD Welsh Cup after a narrow 1-0 defeat to Newtown.
The attacker was introduced to the action on 75 minutes, in place of Kayne McLaggon, with the score locked at 0-0 but the Dragons were undone by a corner, which saw Kieran Mills-Evans bag the winner.
Barry are back on the field tomorrow night (Friday 13th December) when they welcome JD Cymru Premier League leaders The New Saints to Jenner Park.