TAKE a look back at how Rangers on-loan payers got on at the weekend with our loan review.

Liam Kelly made his 33rd appearance of the season for Livingston on Saturday as they suffered a shock 1-0 loss at home to East Fife. The Methil men grabbed a late goal through Jason Kerr to seal a 1-0 win.

In Dumbarton, Raith Rovers were beaten 4-0 by Dumbarton with Ryan Hardie playing 56 minutes of that game before being replaced by Rudi Skacel, while Jordan Thompson was an unused substitute. For the Sons, Ross McCrorie wasn’t involved but played in yesterday’s Youth Cup semi-final win over Kilmarnock for Rangers.

Hardie did however net a double for Raith in their 2-0 defeat of St Mirren on Wednesday. That takes his tally to four goals in 12 games for the Kirkcaldy side.

In League Two, Josh Jeffries was a 68th minute substitute for Ross Kavanagh in their 3-1 win over Montrose. It was only Jeffries second appearance since moving there in January.

Down south, Matt Crooks played the full 90 minutes of Scunthorpe’s 3-2 defeat to Gillingham on Saturday. Playing alongside former Ger Jamie Ness, Crooks has now made eight appearances for the Iron.


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