We take a look at how Chesterfield's young players fared in non-league over the weekend.
Centre back Marshall Willock made his non-league debut on Saturday, as he played the full 90 minutes for Evo-Stik League South side Kettering Town in their 5-0 thrashing of Merthyr Town.
The 17-year-old only signed for the Poppies on Friday and played in front of an 857-strong crowd at Latimer Park, in what was an impressive debut.
Willock was unlucky not to add to the home side’s tally himself, narrowly heading wide at the far post during the first half.
Following the match, Willock tweeted: “Great 5-0 win on my debut for @KTFCOfficial happy to get a good 90 mins onto Tuesday.”
Willock and his Kettering team mates will be looking to continue their impressive run at the top of the table, when they travel to Biggleswade Town tomorrow night.
Meanwhile, midfielder Jack Brownell and goalkeeper Dylan Parkin both played 90 minutes for Sheffield FC on Saturday, though the World's First Football Club suffered a 3-0 home defeat to Frickley Town in the FA Trophy.
The pair will have to recover quickly as they return to cup action on Tuesday night against Rossington Main in the Sheffield and Hallamshire Senior Cup.
Despite the loss at the weekend, Brownell has settled in well at the Coach and Horses Stadium, winning the player of the month for September thanks to three goals in eight appearances.