Paul Dummett (Newcastle - defender) Played the full 90 minutes as Newcastle made it through to the quarter finals of the capitol One Cup with a 2-0 win against Leeds at home.
Gwion Edwards (Swansea/St Johnstone - midfielder) Scored just over ten minutes after coming on as a sub as his side beat Hamilton Accies 3-0. Edwards' goal helped St Johnstone secure a place in the Scottish League Cup quarter final.
Declan John (Cardiff City - defender) Was another youngster to benefit from a squad rotation policy by his club in the Capitol One Cup. John played 90 minutes as the Bluebirds lost 3-2 to West Ham.
Lloyd Jones (Liverpool - defender) Played his last game for suspension as the U21's beat Man City 2-0 on Monday night. Jones has been in fine form for the development side this season - it is not known whether he is still considering his options on the international front.
Alex Nicholson (Preston - defender) Has finally signed a contract at Preston until the end of the season. Nicholson has impressed Simon Grayson and will wear the number 28 shirt.
"He is an attacking full back, he trained with us a few times last year at the back end of the season and he has been with us all pre-season right the way through to now and obviously with one or two going out, it has released a little bit of funds for us to make sure Alex can come in on a full-time basis." Simon Grayson, Preston manager
Louis Thompson (Swindon - midfielder) Played 90 minutes as Swindon beat Bristol City 3-2 last weekend. The Wales U19 internationals performance was described as superb by manager Mark Cooper. Thompson also made a substitute appearance as Swindon lost to Chelsea in the Capitol One Cup.
Jordan Williams (Liverpool - midfielder) Made his first appearance in 12 months as the U18's played Norwich at Kirby last Saturday. Williams played 30 minutes in the 3-3 draw.