Read about how NCAFC's three loanees got on at their respective clubs last weekend.
Jay Foulston helped Chippenham Town come from behind to earn a replay in the third qualifying round of the Buildbase FA Trophy against Dulwich Hamlet.
The Bluebirds team had a familiar feel to it with Foulston lining up alongside former Exiles Kieran Parselle and Curtis McDonald.
Chippenham made the perfect start when Dave Pratt fired home in just the sixth minute.
Dulwich captain Danny Mills turned the game around with a first-half brace to leave Chippenham chasing an equaliser.
Foulston nearly provided it but fired wide from a free kick before narrowly missing the target a few minutes later.
Tom Whelan eventually claimed the goal Chippenham deserved when his cross-come-shot caught out goalkeeper Charlie Grainger. Chippenham travel to Eastbourne Borough on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Marvel Ekpiteta and Ebbsfleet United suffered late heartbreak as they conceded a last-minute equaliser to Stockport County.
Ekpiteta took his place in defence and was busy early on as Stockport started on the front foot.
The defender picked up a booking midway through the first half for a foul on Devante Rodney.
However, he did his job and kept Stockport out, which allowed Tomi Adeloye to fire ‘Fleet ahead.
Ekpiteta was replaced at half time and Ebbsfleet looked like they had secured all three points until Sam Walker’s late free kick ensured the spoils were shared.
Elsewhere, Barry Town United returned to winning ways with a comfortable 3-0 win over Penybont in the JD Cymru Premier League.
Modou Touray started the game on the bench and watched a determined Barry take the lead through Clayton Green.
Luke Cummings’ long-range effort doubled the lead before Touray’s introduction on 65 minutes.
Barry goalkeeper George Ratcliffe denied Luke Borelli from the spot before Touray set up Kayne McLaggon to seal the game with a late third.
Newtown are up next for the Dragons in the second of a run of four home games.