Games at the top and bottom ends of the table for Boro's loanees this weekend and matches falling foul to the wet weather. We round-up all the action.
Gateshead’s push for promotion suffered a blow as they were beaten 4-2 away to Sutton United to leave them outside the National League Play-Off places.
Aynsley Pears maintained his place in goal for the Heed, who were 2-0 ahead courtesy of Greg Olley notching goals either side of half-time.
However Sutton responded four times without reply, with the defeat leaving Gateshead two points off the Play-Off spots, snapping the Heed's eight-game unbeaten run.
After appearing in Boro Under-18s’ Premier League Cup final against Manchester City, Stephen Walker was on the bench for MK Dons on Saturday, but wasn’t introduced to the fray in their 1-1 draw at home to Stevenage.
Ilias Chair gave the visitors the lead with half an hour played, with Chuks Aneke rescuing a point seven minutes from full-time.
The draw for the Dons lifts them into the League Two automatic promotion places, with a slender one-point advantage over fourth-place Mansfield Town.
Alex Pattison started for Yeovil Town, but picked up an injury in the first half during the Glovers’ defeat at home to Macclesfield Town.
Pattison had to depart after 28 minutes with a back problem, with two goals in the first 45 minutes from the away side settling the points for Sol Campbell’s side.
Sam Stubbs and Notts County were held in a stalemate at home to Morecambe, leaving them at the foot of the League Two table.
There was no way through for either side, with the point gained by County putting them three points from safety.
Young striker Luke Armstrong and goalkeeper Andy Lonergan were both left without a game at the weekend, after the clash between Accrington and Rochdale was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
The heavy rainfall also impacted Hayden Coulson and Cambridge United’s trip to Bury, with the game also falling foul to the wet weather.
Elsewhere, Martin Braithwaite featured for Leganes, who were defeated 2-0 at home to Girona.