Timi Odusina made his first appearance for AFC Fylde after joining the National League side earlier this week.
The 19-year-old defender helped the Coasters keep a clean sheet and beat Wrexham 2-0 at Mill Farm, with both of the goals coming from Ashely Hemmings either side of half time.
In the National League South, Devonte Aransibia came on in the 50th minute for Billericay Town replacing Billy Clifford.
Billericay scored a few minutes after Aransibia’s introduction to the pitch, but the home side were dealt a late blow when Jack Midson scored in the 94th minute to equalise for Concord Rangers.
Billy Johnson kept a clean sheet for Lowestoft Town in their 0-0 draw against Redditch United, making a fine stop 30 minutes in when the ‘keeper denied Robbie Bunn’s half-volley from close range.
In the Football League, Tristan Abrahams came on for Craig Woodman in the 86th minute for Exeter City in their 1-0 defeat against Newport County.
29-year-old Jamille Matt scored his ninth league goal of the season to give the hosts all three points, although the Grecians are remained eighth and only two points off Colchester in 6th.
Matt Jarvis helped create yet another goal for Walsall in their 3-0 convincing victory over Gillingham at the Priestfield Stadium. Jarvis went round the outside of a Gillingham defender before his floated cross to the back post was met by the head of Andy Cook.
Jarvis was replaced by Scott Laird with 10 minutes remaining after the game had been put out of the reach of Gillingham with Cook scoring a 47 minute hat trick.
Elsewhere in League One, James Husband featured for the full game in Fleetwood Town’s 1-1 draw against Rochdale.
Joey Barton’s Fleetwood side went 1-0 ahead courtesy of a Paddy Madden goal, but were left to hold onto their lead with 10 men after Lewie Coyle was sent off 10 minutes into the second half. Ian Henderson scored with 15 minutes left to play for Rochdale which meant the teams had to share the spoils.
Sean Raggett was anunused substitute for Rotherham United after coming off with an injury in their previous game. Late goals from Brentford’s Neal Maypay and Komohelo Mokotjo meant the Bees beat the Millers 4-2.
Ben Marshall featured for 73 minutes for Millwall against Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium on Saturday, with the midfielder being replaced by Shane Feguson with 17 minutes to go.
Jed Wallace put the Lions ahead before Jordan Hugill's stoppage time peanlty meant Millwall had to settle with a point.
In Scotland Steve Naismith featured for Hearts in their Scottish Cup tie against Livingston at Tynecastle. Hearts progressed through from the 4th round of the Scottish Cup with Sean Clare’s 48th minute striker the difference between the sides.
Neither Marcel Franke or Simon Power were in action this weekend. Franke’s SV Darmstadt side are still on a winter Break and return to action against St. Pauli on the 29th.
Power wasn’t included in Dordrecht’s matchday squad against Jong AZ, although Dordrecht moved off the bottom of the table following a 1-0 victory.