Lasha Dvali - Kasimpasa SK (Turkish Super Lig) Appearances: 7
Dvali started in last week's away match against 8th-placed Genclerbirligi, but couldn't prevent them from slipping to 13th in the Turkish Super Lig following a 5-2 defeat. Dvali was booked in the 82nd minute, as his side fell to within 9 points of the relegation spots.
Dom Hyam - Hemel Hempstead (Vanarama Conference South) Appearances: 12
It's four points from a possible nine over the past fortnight for Hyam's Hemel Hempstead. They began with a 1-1 draw with Maidenhead, before beating Concord Rangers 1-0 just two days later. Their slim hopes of making the play-offs were all but over by the following week though, as they were soundly beaten by 16th-placed Bishop's Stortford 3-0. That leaves them seven points adrift of Whitehawk in 5th. Hemel stay 8th.
George McLennan - Hayes & Yeading (Vanarama Conference South) Appearances: 5
Three points from a possible nine last fortnight saw McLennan's Hayes side take a step closer to securing safety. Two defeats to promotion-chasing Basingstoke (1-0) and Whitehawk (2-0) were followed by a crucial 2-0 success over mid-table Bath City that extended their gap over 20th-placed Farnborough to ten points.
Rob Dickie/Stuart Moore - Basingstoke Town (Vanarama Conference South) Appearances: 20/44
In keeping with the loan report trend thus far this week, Basingstoke Town took six points from a possible nine over the past fortnight, but wins over Hayes (1-0) and Farnborough (3-1) were overshadowed by a shock 2-1 defeat to 15th-placed Sutton United to all but end their hopes of automatic promotion. They sit 3rd, and the play-offs are secured despite the defeat.
Jon Henly - Welling United (Vanarama Conference Prem) Appearances: 25
Henly played in three of the four Welling fixtures over the past fortnight, as he contributed to his side picking up four points in that period. A superb 3-0 win over Gateshead followed a 2-2 draw against Woking and a 2-1 defeat to Eastleigh. Henly dropped to the bench the following week, despite keeping a clean sheet the previous game, but his Welling team-mates didn't need him, beating Wrexham 2-1 to cut the gap to survival to climb out of the relegation zone with just two fixtures remaining.
Aaron Tshibola - Hartlepool United (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 20
Tish played every minute of Hartlepool's three games this week, as they picked up a point against Accrington to give them a one point cushion over 23rd-placed Cheltenham. That draw at Accrington followed two consecutive defeats against Southend and York (both 1-0), but the point in their previous outing gives them what could be a crucial point going into the last three games.
Craig Tanner - AFC Wimbledon (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 16
Craig's Wimbledon side went down a fortnight ago to a Jamie Cureton hat-trick, as they were brushed aside 4-0 by Dagenham and Redbridge. Tanner remained in the starting line-up the following week, as they drew 0-0 with Oxford in a typical mid-table, end-of-season affair. Tanner was then dropped to the bench the following week but was introduced at half-time, and he claimed an assist for Azeez's equaliser, as Wimbledon picked up another point against Plymouth. They stay 13th.
Jake Taylor - Leyton Orient (SkyBet League One) Appearances: 2
Taylor was an unused substitute in all three of Orient's games over the past fortnight, as they drew 3-3 with Gillingham, 1-1 at Crewe, before losing 1-0 to Doncaster. They remain outside of the relegation positions on goal difference with four games to play.
Danny Guthrie - Fulham (SkyBet Championship) Appearances: 2
Guthrie made his Fulham debut two weeks ago in a holding role, but couldn't prevent his side from falling to an embarrassing 4-1 defeat to Brentford. He played in a more advanced position the following game, with Scott Parker behind him during their 1-1 draw at Charlton. Guthrie was substituted in the 68th minute, and was then absent from Fulham's squad in their 2-2 draw with Wigan.
LOANEE OF THE WEEK:
This week, an assist is enough to claim the loanee of the week, so Craig Tanner's ball to find Azeez which lead to Wimbledon's equaliser against Plymouth has earned him the accolade for the second time. We're still waiting for that first *official* goal though.