Declan Drysdale continued his impressive start to life at Cambridge United with another clean sheet this past weekend.
The point keeps the U's top of League Two by three points as they look to secure promotion with the help of Declan this season.
Drysdale played the full 90 minutes against Southend United, his third consecutive start since arriving on loan.
Elsewhere, Jack Burroughs and Jordan Young finally returned to action in the National League South, as Gloucester City earned a point against Chorley.
The duo started the game, with Young being withdrawn on 82 minutes, whilst Burroughs played the full 90.
In the Scottish Championship and Gervane Kastaneer made his first start for Hearts since joining them on loan on Deadline Day.
It was a first competitive start for Kastaneer in over 12 months and he played 57 minutes in the game before being replaced, as Hearts drew 1-1 away to Queen of the South.
Staying in Scotland and Brandon Mason was an unused substitute in St Mirren's midweek defeat to Celtic and weekend draw to Aberdeen.
Finally, there was no fixture again for Oldham Athletic and Marcel Hilssner, as a frozen pitch was the obstacle which prevented them getting underway.