Luton defender Andy Parry helped Altrincham to a win and a draw in their National League matches over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Parry started on Saturday and played 90 minutes, earning a yellow card, as the Robins defeated Tranmere Rovers, managed by former Luton boss Gary Brabin, 2-1.
However, he was then an unused sub on Monday, with Altrincham going down 2-0 at Southport, who are also managed by another former Hatter in Paul Carden.
Midfielder Matt Robinson had a tough weekend too as he was taken off after 34 minutes against Lincoln City in the Mariners 1-1 draw on Saturday.
He then started against Macclesfield on Monday where he was replaced after 80 minutes, with Grimsby losing 2-0.
Defender Mark Onyemah had 90 minutes for Dartford as they were beaten 1-0 at home by Ebbsfleet in National League South on Monday.
He had been on the winning side at the weekend though, as the Darts triumphed 2-0 at Margate.
Midfielder Isaac Galliford played 90 minutes for St Neots Town as they beat Biggleswade 2-0 in the Southern League Premier Division on Monday, Luke Trotman coming on as an injury time substitute.
It was Galliford’s second full game in three days as he also played in the 1-1 draw at Weymouth on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Craig King was in goal for Met Police as they lost 3-1 at home to Wingate & Finchley in the Ryman Premier League on Monday.
He was also between the posts for the trip to Hampton & Richmond on Saturday, with Police losing 1-0.