Six Northampton Town loanees were in action for their temporary clubs this Easter weekend.
Liam Cross scored the all-important second goal as Leamington moved within one point of Vanarama National League North safety with a 2-0 win at home to Hereford on Good Friday.
On Easter Saturday, Ayo Lekuti started for Bromsgrove Sporting who held top-of-the-table Coalville Town to a 1-1 draw away from home in the Pitching In Southern League Premier Central.
Elsewhere in the same division, James Dadge kept a clean sheet for St. Ives Town who secured an impressive 2-0 win at home to second-placed Tamworth. The goalkeeper made a number of strong stops throughout including an excellent late double-save to preserve his side’s two-goal lead.
Meanwhile, Miguel Ngwa played until the hour mark as Spalding United narrowly lost 1-0 at home to Northern Premier League Midlands play-off outsiders Coleshill Town.
Dylan Hill also featured for Harborough Town who won 2-1 at home to Shepshed Dynamo in the same division, shooting over via a deflection and playing through a teammate whose effort went off target in the first half.
Finally, Kenny Ndefo was a late substitute as Wellingborough Town drew 2-2 at home to Milton Keynes Irish in the uhlsport United Counties League Premier Division South.