A number of the young Chairboys featured this weekend for their respective loan sides.
Malachi Linton helped Kings Lynn Town end an eight match league losing streak as they beat fellow strugglers Dover Athletic 2-1 at the Walks. Linton played the full 90 in the hard-fought victory for the Linnets.
Max Ram also played a full match for Hungerford Town as they beat Bath City in their sixth away win of the season, with the young defender helping keep a clean sheet as the side move eighth in the league.
At Notts County, Connor Parsons was an impact substitution for the last half an hour against Southend United, as he helped turn a 1-1 at half time into a 4-1 victory for the Magpies, nearly scoring himself in the dying minutes of the game.
85 - Good exchange between Parsons and O'Brien results in the former seeing his effort pushed wide.— Notts County FC (@Official_NCFC) December 11, 2021
⚫️ #Notts 3-1 Southend 🟡
Andre Burley came on as a 75th minute substitute for Maidenhead United, who were handed a heavy 4-0 loss by Solihull Moors.
James Clark remains at Beaconsfield Town on loan, who picked up three points in a 2-1 win against Poole Town.