Bouwe Bosma joined Salisbury last week and he made the perfect start this weekend, as he was amongst the goals.
It was a thrilling game against Hartley Winteny for Steve Claridge’s side, as they came away with a 4-3 win away from home.
Bosma scored the second in the game and saw out the full 90 minutes in his debut for the club, operating at centre-back.
Elsewhere, it was another win for Macclesfield Town and Callum Maycock, as they continue their resurgence under new manager Sol Campbell.
Callum featured for the full 90 minutes in League Two action, as the Silkmen came from behind against Oldham Athletic at the Moss Rose to record back to back wins.
In Scotland and Tony Andreu made his re-debut for Hamilton Academical, following the start of his loan spell north of the border.
Hamilton were involved in Scottish Cup action against St Johnstone at home, but fell to a disappointing 2-0 defeat, in which Tony played 90 minutes.
There was more disappointment for Wrexham, as their slump continues following a fifth straight defeat, and a fourth in the National League.
Stuart Beavon started for the Dragons, but was replaced in the 52nd minute, as AFC Fylde secured a 2-0 victory at home.
Finally, defender Lewis Green, who is currently out on loan at Coleshill Town was an unused substitute this weekend.