Six of AFC Wimbledon's promising players are currently out on loan, as they continue to gain game-time and much-needed experience.
Striker Tommy Wood scored a late penalty for Burgess Hill Town on Saturday, as they boosted their chances of survival in the Bostik Premier with a 2-1 victory.
It rounded off another good week for Tommy (pictured), who has now scored four match-winning goals in three appearances for the Sussex side. He also claimed their player of the month award for March.
In the same game skilful midfielder Jack Rudoni, who has also caught the eye during his loan, played the full 90 minutes for opponents Corinthian-Casuals.
Left-back James O'Halloran and midfielder Alfie Egan both played the full 90 minutes for KingstonIan, who beat Enfield Town 2-1 in the same division. The Kingstonian side also included former AFC Wimbledon players Ismail Yakubu and Delano Sam-Yorke, members of our promotion-winning squad to the Football League in 2011.
Defender Kyron Stabana made an important late header off the line for mid-table Tamworth. The Lambs went on to win 2-0 at Royston Town in the Evo Stick Southern Premier Central.
Goalkeeper Nik Tzanev still has a few games remaining in a productive loan spell with Potters Bar Town. The New Zealand international has benefitted so far from his time with the Bostik Premier side.