West Ham United's loan players were involved in a busy programme over the Easter weekend, with Paul McCallum playing a vital role in Aldershot Town's 3-2 win over Oxford United on Easter Monday.
The Shots are facing a battle to keep hold of their Football League status as they currently prop up the npower League 2 table, but they gave their survival hopes a boost with this dramatic win over the U's.
Hammers striker McCallum netted the opening goal on 13 minutes and Craig Reid's penalty just after half time put them in total control.
But a quick double strike from Oxford drew them level, only for Aldershot's Jeff Goulding to notch a late winner. McCallum was also involved in Aldershot's 1-1 draw with Rochdale on Good Friday and has now scored two goals in five games for his loan club.
In the Championship, Ravel Morrison caught the eye for Birmingham City in their 4-0 win at Crystal Palace on Good Friday..
The 20-year-old midfielder scored the Blues' third goal in the game, a result that took Lee Clark's men into the top ten of the table.
Morrison has now scored two goals in 20 league games during his loan at the St Andrews club.
In the same division, Rob Hall linked up with Bolton Wanderers last week and will be hoping to make his debut when they take on Huddersfield Town at the Reebok Stadium on Tuesday night.