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John Lundstram helped Doncaster Rovers end a week of mixed fortunes on top of the League One table.
Tuesday evening saw Donny's first trip to Stadium MK to take on Milton Keynes Dons - and it proved to be one to forget as the hosts ran out 3-0 victors.
Lundstram played the full 90 minutes of that contest and did so again as Brian Flynn's side bounced back four days later.
Making another journey south to play-off hopefuls AFC Bournemeouth, Doncaster recorded a 2-1 win over Eddie Howe's troops to put them three points clear of Sheffield United - although the Blades and third-placed Swindon Town have played a game less.
Meanwhile, over in France, Magaye Gueye was a 59th-minute substitute for Stade Brest on Saturday, but he was unable to help the Ligue 1 side avoid defeat to Toulouse.
Midfielder Adrien Rabiot, on loan from Paris Saint Germain, grabbed the only goal of the game in first-half stoppage time.
The result leaves Brest in 15th position, two points above the relegation places.
It was an even less positive week in League One for Jake Bidwell and his loan side, Brentford.
The 19-year-old played the first half of the 1-0 defeat at Stevenage on Tuesday, with manager Uwe Rosler sacrificing Bidwell at the interval for a striker as the Bees chased an equaliser.
The left-back did not feature on Saturday at Brunton Park, where Carlisle United inflicted a 2-0 defeat on the visitors.
Despite a disappointing week, the Bees remain firmly in the push for promotion, lying sixth in the table but just four points adrift of the automatic places.
In the Blue Square Bet Premier, Johan Hammar also faced a double-header of games as Stockport County aimed to steer clear of the drop zone.
The Sweden Under-19 centre-half played Tuesday's entire 1-1 draw away to Dartford and then got 60 minutes as the Hatters fell to a 4-1 defeat at Mansfield Town.
County currently lie 19th in the division, just three points above the four-team relegation places.
Keep an eye out for future blog entries on our players out on loan, as well as the Club's Under-18 and Under-21 sides.
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