Hayden White helped ten-man Blackpool as they won away at Crewe Alexandra on Saturday.
The defender completed the full 90 minutes for the Tangerines, who took the lead through Jack Redshaw after 34 minutes.
However, the goalscorer went from hero to villain moments later as he was sent off for a second bookable offence.
Marcus Haber levelled the scores late on, but Tom Aldred restored Blackpool's lead soon after despite their man disadvantage.
The visitors were given an even later scare as Crewe won a late penalty, but Brad Inman blazed his spot-kick over the bar as Blackpool held on to clinch a valuable three points.
However, it proved to be a day to forget for Wanderers' other players out on loan.
In the Sky Bet Championship, Liam Feeney came off the bench to make his Ipswich Town debut as they lost 1-0 at home to Rotherham United.
Having seen Leon Best fire the Millers ahead just before the break, the winger came on as a half-time substitute, but despite a bright maiden appearance, was unable to to alter the scoring.
Elsewhere in the division, Rob Hall started for ten-man MK Dons as they lost 2-1 at home to Brighton & Hove Albion.
The winger completed just over an hour for Dons before being replaced by Alex Revell, the change taking place between two quick-fire Tomer Hemed efforts.
And despite Antony Kay halving the deficit midway through the half, Dons' hopes of a comeback were dashed when Kyle McFadzean was dismissed a minute later.
In Sky Bet League Two, Oscar Threlkeld and Conor Wilkinson started as Plymouth Argyle and Newport County suffered defeats.
Threlkeld completed the full 90 minutes for the Pilgrims as Jack Marriott's solitary strike saw their automatic promotion hopes dented courtesy of a 1-0 home defeat to Luton Town.
Meanwhile, Wilkinson completed 76 minutes for the Exiles as they conceded an early lead to lose 4-1 at home to Bristol Rovers.
Alex Rodman fired Newport ahead, but strikes from Ollie Clarke, Cristian Montano, Matty Taylor and Ellis Harrison saw them fall to a convincing defeat.
Elsewhere in the division, Quade Taylor was an unused substitute as Dagenham & Redbridge lost 1-0 at home to Accrington Stanley.