Mckay opens account, as Taylor and Whitehead also feature.
- Billy Mckay scores for Oldham in 4-5 defeat to Carlisle.
- Andrew Taylor and Danny Whitehead also suffer Checkatrade Trophy defeats.
- Sanmi Odelusi and Owen Evans also featured in last weekend's action.
All five of Wigan Athletic's players out on loan across the EFL and Welsh Premier League have featured this weekend or so far in the midweek schedule, but only Danny Whitehead has tasted victory so far. Below is a run-through of the action.
Saturday 27 August
BRADFORD CITY 1 OLDHAM ATHLETIC 1 - Billy Mckay featured for 87 minutes.
CHARLTON ATHLETIC 1 BOLTON WANDERERS 1 - Andrew Taylor subbed on at 74 minutes.
ROCHDALE 1 AFC WIMBLEDON 1 - Sanmi Odelusi subbed on at 67 minutes.
CHELTENHAM TOWN 2 CREWE ALEXANDRA 0 - Danny Whithead subbed on at 60 minutes.
RHYL FC 0 TNS 10 - Owen Evans featured for 90 minutes.
Tuesday 30 August
BOLTON WANDERERS 0 EVERTON U21s 2 - ANDREW TAYLOR
Full back Andrew Taylor featured for the full 90 minutes of Bolton's 0-2 defeat at home to Everton's Under 21s in the Checkatrade Trophy last night, with former Latics striker Conor McAleny on target for the young Toffees to ensure top spot in Northern Group A.
Bolton's defeat sees them bottom of the group.
BLACKPOOL 2 CHELTENHAM TOWN 1 - DANNY WHITEHEAD
Sticking in Northern Group A, midfielder Danny Whitehead played the full 90 minutes of Cheltenham's 2-1 defeat away at Blackpool, despite the League Two side taking a first half lead.
The Robins sit third in Group A, above Taylor's Bolton.
OLDHAM ATHLETIC 4 CARLISLE UNITED 5 - BILLY MCKAY
The big winner of the night on a personal level was striker Billy Mckay who opened his goal scoring account for Oldham, only for he and his team mates to drop to an action-packed 4-5 defeat at home to Carlisle.
Mckay opened the scoring on the night, but the eight goals that followed see the Latics third in Northern Group D.
Wednesday 31 August - Rhyl FC v Aberystwyth Town (Welsh Premier League)
Saturday 3 September - Bolton Wanderers v Southend United (Sky Bet League One) / Oldham Athletic v Shrewsbury Town (Sky Bet League One) / Oxford United v Rochdale (Sky Bet League One) / Plymouth Argyle v Cheltenham Town (Sky Bet League Two)
Sunday 4 September - Rhyl FC v Cardiff Metropolitan University (Welsh Premier League)