Sky Blues defender Jak Hickman joined Hereford last week and this past weekend he made his debut for The Bulls against Guiseley.
Hereford came away from the game with a 1-0 win and Hickman started the game, seeing out the full 90 minutes for Marc Richards’ side.
On his debut, Hickman was named the man of the match by the sponsor’s for the game, after making an immediate impression for his loan side.
Elsewhere, it was a disappointing afternoon for Woking, as they slipped to a 1-0 defeat to Slough Town in the National League South.
Reise Allassani was back in the starting eleven after last week’s brace, but he was unable to help his side falling to defeat and missing the chance to overtake Torquay United.
In the National League and it was a similar story for Wrexham, as they slipped to a 1-0 defeat away from home against Hartlepool.
Stuart Beavon came on in the 60th minute with the score at 1-0 already, but he couldn’t help get the scores level.
A win for Bryan Hughes’ side would’ve seen them move to top of the National League, with Leyton Orient not in action.
A division above in League Two and there was late drama at the Moss Rose, as Danny Whitaker scored in the 93rd minute to rescue a point for Macclesfield Town.
The Silkmen secured a 2-2 draw against Stevenage at home which helps in their fight against relegation. Callum Maycock didn’t feature.
Finally, with the international break occurring this week, Tony Andreu and Hamilton Academical were without a fixture.