All four Notts County players currently out on loan made a contribution in their weekend performances.
Frontman Tyrell Waite returned to his former club Ilkeston FC and scored their second goal from the spot in a 2-0 triumph over Stamford AFC.
Waite was pleased to get on the scoresheet and told ilkestonfc.co.uk
: “I’ve come back here to score as many goals as I can and to get some first team appearances under my belt.
“I’m lucky because the usual penalty taker Laurie Wilson has let me have this one and I’m grateful for that because I’m looking to take every chance I can.
“He asked me if I was sure if I wanted to take it and I said ‘yeah of course’, so I tried to give the keeper the eyes and I think it worked.”
The 19-year-old added: “It’s been great to come back to a club I know really well and it’s a chance for me to get some games under my belt.
“It’s feels nice to have that match day feeling again.
“It’s a good feeling knowing you’re going out there to perform for a whole 90 minutes and that is ultimately what I’ve come out on-loan for."
Another Magpies striker, Malachi Lavelle-Moore, was also on the scoresheet on his debut for Grantham Town against Worksop Town.
He was assisted by another County player, midfielder Kyle Dixon, whose free-kick allowed Lavelle-Moore to touch home.
Although the duo impressed, Grantham were beaten 3-1 by Worksop.
Completing the loan round-up, Andy Haworth helped Tamworth to a 2-0 win over Boston United.
The winger provided a through-ball for the Lambs’ 64th minute opener, which got them on their way to FA Trophy second round victory.