We take a look at the Shakers currently out on loan, and see how they and their temporary sides got on this weekend...
It was mixed fortunes for Tom as Motherwell picked up a win and a loss from their Christmas fixtures.
On Boxing Day, they went down 1-0 at home to Kilmarnock, as Jordan Jones' goal was enough to secure the win.
Three days later, Tom scored both goals as 'Well were victorious in the Lanarkshire Derby.
Dougie Imrie opened the scoring for Hamilton, but three minutes later Tom volleyed home after a ball into the box broke his way. With thirteen minutes left to play, a free-kick was floated into the box and the ball cleared only as far as Aldred. He fired home into the roof of the net to secure a valuable three points for Motherwell, as they bid to stay in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Jordan played 78 minutes of football from Southport's last two games.
All of those minutes came in the Boxing Day home win over Chester, as a David Morgan brace and a Brad Bauress goal secured a 3-0 win.
Jason Gilchrist and Jack Sampson were each on target as Southport won 2-1 against Alfreton Town. Jordan was an unused substitute in this game.
Harry was absent from Southend's squad as they won 1-0 away at Oxford United on Boxing Day. Michael Kightly headed home eleven minutes from time to secure maximum points for the Shrimpers.
Harry returned to the squad for Saturday's 1-0 defeat at the Ricoh Arena, entering the game as an 83rd minute substitute. Jordy Hiwula slotted home ten minutes into the second half as Coventry City picked up the win.
Chris made his Altrincham debut from the bench on Boxing Day, coming on in the 75th minute. His introduction wasn't enough to stop Altrincham slipping to 2-0 defeat to local rivals Stockport County, as they lost in the league for the first time since 29th September.
He played the full 90 minutes three days later, as Altrincham drew 2-2 at Guiseley. After a goalless first-half, Ashley Hemmings opened the scoring in the 51st minute, before Guiseley hit back to take the lead, with goals in the 72nd and 84th minute. Connor Hampson grabbed a stoppage time equaliser as both sides had to settle for a share of the spoils.
Joe was absent from Halifax's squad as they picked up four points from their festive fixtures.
Nathan Clarke and Dayle Southwell goals were enough for a 2-1 Boxing Day win over North Yorkshire rivals Harrogate Town.
They then followed that up with a goal just 18 seconds into their game at Gateshead on Saturday, as Jordan Preston headed home against his former side. Scott Boden equalised for the home side and Halifax returned home with the solitary point.