RANGERS currently have six players out on loan at clubs across Scotland. Here’s a look back at how they performed over the weekend.
Tom Walsh | Dumbarton
Tom played the full 90 minutes as his Dumbarton side went down 1-0 to St Mirren in Paisley on Saturday. Lawrence Shankland grabbed the only goal just beyond the hour mark to move Saints to within five points of the play-off spot while the Sons of the Rock remain five points clear of the play-off spot, with a game in hand over Livingston who currently occupy that place.
Robbie Crawford | Alloa Athletic
Robbie was an unused substitute as Alloa were defeated 3-0 by Hibernian at Easter Road yesterday. The Clackmannanshire club remain four points adrift of the play-off spot, and nine away from absolute safety.
Andy Murdoch | Queen of the South
With Queens in action against Rangers, Andy saw no action at the weekend.
Ryan Hardie | Raith Rovers
Ryan made his Raith Rovers debut on Saturday as the Kirkcaldy club defeated Livingston 2-0 to re-take fourth place in the Championship. He came on as a 71st minute substitute as he begins a 28-day emergency period with the Fifers.
Liam Kelly | East Fife
Liam continues to impress on-loan at East Fife in League Two, keeping yet another clean sheet this time against Stirling Albion in a 1-0 win. The Methil club now sit top of the league, one point ahead of Elgin.
Darren Ramsay | Arbroath
A tactical reshuffle following a serious injury to Craig Watson in the 34th minute also saw Ramsay replaced in a 1-0 defeat to Queens Park. An early goal from John Carter was enough to seal a 1-0 victory, a result that saw Arbroath drop to eighth.