Ross Halls looks at how Ipswich Town's loan players got on for their clubs this weekend....

CORRIE NDABA

The Irishman made his return as a 93rd minute sub for Kilmarnock as they were held to a goalless draw with Ross County in the Scottish Premiership. 

Ndaba has been out of action with an ankle injury for nearly a month and will look to add to his minutes when Killie host Hearts in the league next weekend. 

KYLE EDWARDS

The winger made his return as he came on as a 65th minute for Oxford United as they lost 2-0 at Cheltenham Town in League One, with both sides finishing the game with ten-men. 

Edwards had been sidelined for nearly two months with a hamstring injury. New boss Des Buckingham suffered a defeat in his first game leading the U's.

​GASSAN AHADME 

The forward came on as a 63rd minute sub and scored a late consolation for Cambridge United as they lost 2-1 at Northampton Town in League One.

Ahadme tapped in from close range to score his first league goal since August in the 77th minute with the U's 2-0 down. But they were unable to find a equaliser as former Town player Paul Digby saw red for two yellow cards in a matter of seconds. 

Ipswich Star: Idris El Mizouni featured for Leyton Orient.Idris El Mizouni featured for Leyton Orient. (Image: PA)

IDRIS EL MIZOUNI 

The Tunisian midfielder captained and played the full 90 minutes for Leyton Orient as they were held to a 1-1 draw with Wigan at Brisbane Road in the third tier. 

Richie Wellens' side currently sit 14th in the table and travel to Bristol Rovers on Tuesday night.

ZAK BRADSHAW

The youngster started and played 72 minutes for Woking as they lost 4-2 at Boreham Wood in the the National League.

Bradshaw has made 19 appearances for the Cards so far, who have lost their last six league games and currently sit just above the relegation spots. 

MATT WARD AND HARRY BARBROOK

The duo played the full 90 minutes for Braintree Town as they lost 3-0 at Slough Town in the sixth tier. Barbrook was making his debut for the Essex Club. 

The Iron remain in the play-off spots despite the defeat and will look to bounce back as they host Weymouth in the league next weekend. 

Ipswich Star: Finley Barbrook in action for Chelmsford City.Finley Barbrook in action for Chelmsford City. (Image: Roger Robinson Photography)

FINLEY BARBROOK

The young midfielder played the full 90 minutes for Chelmsford City as they were beaten 2-1 at home against Truro City in the National League South.

The Clarets had a player sent-off in the closing stages as they suffered back to back defeats in the league and return to action on Tuesday night as they travel to Halstead Town.

CAMERON STEWART

The young defender was an unused sub for Cove Rangers as they won 2-0 at Stirling Albion to progress to the fourth round of the Scottish Cup. 

The Toonsers return to league action next weekend as they travel to top of the table Falkirk. 

JACK MANLY AND FINLAY CORRIGAN

Manly started and played 73 minutes for Leiston, while Corrigan was an unused sub in their 3-2 home win over Stamford in the Southern League Premier Division Central. 

Former Town defender Chris Casement curled home a stunning free kick in the 94th minute to claim all three points for the Blues.  

BEN HADDOCH

The midfielder played the full 90 minutes for Stowmarket Town as they lost 2-0 at home to Grays Athletic in Isthmian League North Division. 

Haddoch had his initial one-month loan extended until January 3rd and will want to help the Suffolk side return to winning ways on Tuesday night as they travel to Witham Town. 

PANUTCHE CAMARA

The midfielder is recovering from a hamstring injury he suffered last month and Charlton head coach Michael Appleton said that he is receiving his treatment at both clubs.

“From his point of view when he initially had the setback, the re-injury, getting himself away was a big thing to clear his head,” said Appleton.

“The time it takes to step up his rehab, and the closer he gets to a return is when he will spend most of his time with us.”

Camara is set to be unavailable until 2024 and has made eight appearances during his stop-start loan spell at the Addicks. 

Ipswich Star: Shane McLoughlin joined Newport County this summer.Shane McLoughlin joined Newport County this summer. (Image: PA)

EX-BLUES CORNER

Barry Cotter scored in back-to-back games for Barnsley as they drew 2-2 with Lincoln City in League One. 

Ellis Harrison was among the scorers for Milton Keynes Dons as they won 4-2 at Salford in League Two. 

Shane McLoughlin netted his fourth goal for Newport County as they beat Stockport County 2-1 at home to end their 12-win run in the fourth tier.  

Dominic Samuel was among the scorers for Ebbsfleet United as they beat Oldham Athletic 4-1 at Boundary Park to end a run of eight National League games without a win, while James Norwood scored from the spot in the game for the Latics.