In this new Monday morning feature, press and media officer John Edwards brings you up to date with how those Altrincham players currently out on loan have fared over the past week.
Liam Brockbank - Gloucester City
Liam missed Gloucester's Isuzu FA Trophy second round tie at Kettering Town but is close to being ready to play again after picking up an injury on his home debut for the Vanarama National League North side. Kettering won the tie 1-0 at Latimer Park.
Aidan Roxburgh - Ashton United
Aidan is certainly getting plenty of match time at Hurst Cross, and everyone at Alty is delighted he is making the most of it. The Robins defender played the full 90 minutes at Maine Road last Monday, as holders Ashton reached the last four of the Manchester FA Premier Cup with a 4-0 win, and was on the pitch from start to finish again on Saturday, as Michael Clegg's side followed up in impressive fashion.
Continuing his fine form, Aidy contributed significantly from his usual right-back berth, as Ashton beat Bamber Bridge 3-0 to move above them into ninth place in the Pitching In Northern Premier League, level on points with the two teams directly above them, Warrington Town and FC United of Manchester.
Eden Bailey - Hanley Town
Having joined Hanley on loan barely 48 hours prior to kick-off, our most recent signing was unsurprisingly named on the bench for their home game with Prescot Cables in the Northern Premier League West Division. The former Port Vale forward, pictured, still got some time under his belt, though, going on as a 72-minute replacement just two minutes after Prescot scored the only goal of the game.
Trafford (Ryan Morton) and Alsager Town (Harlan Rodgers-Morris, Josh Jordan, Ewan McGeady and Amaar Hussain) were both without a fixture over the weekend.