A look at how our Reds out on loan fared in action at the weekend!
Our Scottish forward started Kilmarnock's game against Dundee on Saturday on the bench but was introduced in the 36th minute to replace former Red, Marley Watkins, with the scores at 1-1.
Dallas assisted Daniel Armstrong's goal in the 81st minute, but Killie were denied by a stoppage-time equaliser to ensure the spoils were shared at Dens Park.
A Scottish League Cup quarter-final against Hearts on Tuesday evening awaits Derek McInnes' side.
Our 'keeper made a string of saves as Worksop Town fell on the wrong side of a 4-3 thriller against Radcliffe FC in the Northern Premier League East division.
Since gaining promotion last season, the Tigers are eighth in the league and next face Matlock Town on Tuesday night.
Josiah Dyer & Jean Claude Makiessi
Both of our Reds youngsters are currently on loan with Northern Premier League outfit, Basford United and started on the bench for Saturday's game away at Hyde United.
Dyer was introduced in the 79th minute, with the home side snatching a late winner.
Makiessi was an unused substitute.
Gainsborough Trinity are the visitors next up on Saturday 30 September.
Aaron Leya Iseka
In his first game for Hapoel Hadera, the Belgian opened the scoring in the fifth minute with a penalty. However, two goals just before the break for Hapeol Haifa secured a victory in the Israeli Premier League.
Hadera are currently 14th in the table and face the side in 13th, Ashdod, next up on Saturday 30 September.
Making his debut for the Tynesiders, Lofthouse was introduced to proceedings just shy of the hour mark with the scores at 0-0. Gateshead went on to secure a consecutive 3-0 win at home and move up to fourth in the National League.
Gateshead face an away double-header in the league this week, facing Oxford City on Tuesday night before travelling to Bromley on Saturday 30 September.
Another debut was made as Marsh entered the fray on Saturday lunchtime in the 78th minute in York City's home clash against Woking, the scores poised at 1-1.
The Minstermen scored a late winner in front of the TNT Sports cameras in the 98th minute to give Marshy a winning start to life at York.
Our academy graduate will have chance to play in front of the York faithful this coming week, facing Barnet and Solihull Moors respectively on Tuesday and Saturday.
With twenty minutes to go, Shaw was brought on against Rangers with the 55-time league winners leading 1-0.
Despite a late push for an equaliser, the Steelmen failed to score and the three points went back to Ibrox in the Scottish Premier League.
The challenges don't become any easier for Stuart Kettlewell's side, with reigning Scottish champions Celtic being the visitors to Fir Park on Saturday in a lunchtime kick-off.