Four of MK Dons’ loan players represented their respective loan clubs in the latest batch of fixtures.
Sam Nombe played a crucial role in Maidenhead United’s 1-0 win over Boreham Wood, with the win lifting The Magpies to 19th in the Vanarama National League table.
Next up for Nombe and Maidenhead is a clash with promotion hopefuls Leyton Orient.
Brandon Thomas-Asante made his Oxford City debut – as they drew 2-2 with Eastbourne Borough at Priory Lane.
The striker came close to opening his City account, but was thwarted by Eastbourne’s keeper on both occasions.
The 20-year-old will be hoping to open his Oxford City account in Tuesday’s clash against Welling United.
Charlie Pattison and Welwyn Garden City fought hard to earn a point against Kidlington, playing 60-minutes with 10-men after their keeper was sent off for a handball outside the area.
Pattison came close to giving Welwyn Garden all three points, however, Sam Warrell tipped over from the midfielder’s effort from range.
Welwyn Garden City turn their attention to the Herts Charity Shield this Tuesday, as they face Hadley FC in the Quarter-Final stage of the competition.
St Albans City and Liam Sole fell to a 5-0 defeat against Hungerford Town, while Oran Jackson was an unused substitute