Connor Ripley - Oldham Athletic
Ripley was part of a superb rearguard action as Oldham Athletic held high-flying Bradford City to a draw at Valley Parade.
After Peter Clarke had given the Latics an early lead, keeper Ripley made a series of stop to keep the Bantams at bay, the pick of which was brilliant one-handed save to deny winger Mark Marshall.
But the on-loan Boro man could not keep out a second-half penalty from Billy Clarke, and the game ended in a 1-1 draw.
Latics boss Stephen Robinson spoke highly of Ripley in a recent interview.
"Connor is a young boy and he can potentially be anything," Robinson told the Oldham Evening Chronicle.
"For me, he is a Premier League goalkeeper in the making if his concentration levels keep on improving.
"As long as he keeps pushing himself forward, then Connor can be anything he wants to be."
Jonny Burn - Kilmarnock
Burn enjoyed a full 90 minutes for 10-men Kilmarnock, as they drew 1-1 with newly-promoted Rangers.
Killie had the better of the first half and were rewarded with former Boro man Kris Boyd's well-taken opening effort.
But James Tavernier, elder brother of Boro's Academy midfielder Marcus, netted a 25-yard free-kick to bring Rangers level after the interval.
Greg Taylor was sent off shortly after for a foul on Joey Barton, but the ten men held firm in the face of intense late pressure to earn a point.
Harry Chapman - Sheffield United
Chapman was an unused substitute as Sheffield United came from behind to get their first win of the season.
Second half goals from Billy Sharp and James Wilson cancelled out a Kane Hemmings opener to give the Blades victory over Oxford United.