Six Albion players were in action over the weekend for their respective loan sides.
On Friday night, Rayhaan Tulloch made a telling contribution as he netted a late equaliser for Dundalk in their clash with Shelbourne in the League of Ireland Premier Division.
Shelbourne had opened the scoring from the penalty spot through Jack Moylon, despite having been reduced to ten men with less than quarter-of-an-hour played.
However, Tulloch had the final say in the encounter in the closing stages, cutting in from the left and firing home to earn the visitors a draw.
The Baggies man even had an opportunity to win the game soon after, but saw his chance for a second of the evening saved late on.
In the Sky Bet Championship, Cedric Kipre's Cardiff City took another step towards survival with a hard-fought 1-1 draw with Stoke City in South Wales.
Kipre started and played the full 90 as both sides found the back of the net within the first half hour.
Josh Laurent's 16th-minute effort was cancelled out by Sory Kaba, and neither team could find a winner in a tightly contested second half.
There were contrasting results for Caleb Taylor and Zac Ashworth in Sky Bet League One, as Taylor's Cheltenham Town claimed a 3-1 win over Forest Green Rovers, while Ashworth's Burton Albion were beaten 1-0 at Derby County.
David McGoldrick's penalty kick just after the hour mark sealed victory for the Rams over Burton, for whom Ashworth started and played 79 minutes.
As for Cheltenham, Aidan Keena's goal between an Alfie May brace earned the Robins all three points, with Jordon D'Andre Garrick's goal only a consolation for the visitors.
Tom Fellows came off the bench as Crawley Town earned a crucial three points in their Sky Bet League Two relegation six-pointer against Hartlepool United.
Dom Telford was the hero for Crawley as he netted twice to claim a 2-0 win over the hosts, effectively securing the club's survival, who now sit six points ahead of Hartlepool who are placed 23rd, and have a superior goal difference with just two fixtures remaining.
However, there was a contrasting feeling for Ted Cann who started in goal for Leamington, as their relegation from National League North was confirmed by virtue of a 5-1 defeat against title-chasing AFC Fylde.
Things got off to the worst possible start for the Brakes, as they conceded in the first minute to Luke Conlan, before Nick Haughton netted a quartet of goals to ensure Fylde claimed victory - sealing Leamington's fate.