With four Stanley players currently out on loan from the Store First Stadium, Sam Robinson takes a look at how the quartet are faring at their temporary homes.
The Nailers pulled off a surprise victory, beating their opponents 2-0 with Goulding playing 90 minutes before being substituted in injury time to come away from his debut with a clean sheet.
The 18 year-old made his second appearance for the club on Tuesday evening against Kings Lynn Town but was sent off just before the hour mark after conceding a penalty as his side lost 1-0 to stay bottom.
Elsewhere in the EvoStik Northern Premier, George Bowerman had a successful debut for Stourbridge against Nantwich Town.
The striker scored the second goal in a 3-2 victory for the Glassmen, who played the majority of the game with 10 men after seeing a player sent off in the opening stages of the match.
Meanwhile, in the EvoStik First Division North, goalkeeper Andrew Dawber has helped Clitheroe to four consecutive wins in all competitions after the Blues beat Harrogate Railway Athletic 2-1 to move up to 10th.
Finally, at Padiham, striker James Jenkins, who has scored three goals in his loan spell with the Storks, started on the bench as his side traveled to Droylsden on Tuesday evening.
Despite a goal by former Stanley man Brett Ormerod, Padiham fell to a heavy 5-1 defeat and remain bottom of the table.