16th November 2015
Five Swans were involved for their loan clubs at the weekend, with a mixed bag of results.
In League One, both Adam King and Stephen Kingsley both featured for Crewe as they slipped to a 2-0 defeat at Bradford.
King, who started the game at Valley Parade, was substituted after 79 minutes while Kingsley was introduced from the substitutes bench for the final 21 minutes.
The defeat leaves Crewe rooted to the bottom of the League One table ahead of next Saturday's clash against Peterborough.
Jay Fulton, meanwhile, was brought on for the final 20 minutes as Oldham came from behind to win at Chesterfield.
Trailing 1-0 when he was introduced, Oldham fought back to win 2-1 and move three points clear of the drop zone.
In League Two, Connor Roberts played another 90 minutes for Yeovil as Paul Sturrock's side drew 2-2 against Stevenage at Huish Park.
Yeovil led twice through goals from Harry Cornick and Shaun Jeffers but the Glovers were pegged back as they remained in the League Two relegation zone and two points from safety.
In the Scottish Championship, Alex Samuel came on as a late substitute in Morton's 2-0 win over Queen of the South - their fourth straight victory.
Meanwhile, Josh Sheehan (international duty), Oliver Davies and Kenji Gorre (international breaks) didn't feature for their loan clubs.