RANGERS have a number of players out on loan across Scotland’s three lower divisions. Here’s a look at how they got on at the weekend:
Jordan Thompson – Raith Rovers
Jordan played for 85 minutes of Raith Rovers’ 1-1 draw with Hibernian at Easter Road on Christmas Eve. The result saw Hibs drop to second place in the Championship, with Raith in fifth place.
Jean-Yves M’Voto heads Rovers in front at Easter Road headed the visitors in front early in the second half.
The equaliser came on 88 minutes, with substitute Martin Boyle running on to a flick from Grant Holt to slot home.
Scott Roberts – Raith Rovers
Scott Roberts was an unused substitute in the game at Easter Road.
Tom Walsh – St Mirren
Tom wasn’t involved in St Mirren’s 2-1 defeat by Dundee United on Christmas Eve at Tannwdice.
Ryan Hardie – St Mirren
Ryan was an unused substitute for the Buddies in their defeat to the Arabs.
Liam Kelly – Livingston
Top of the table Livingston were defeated 2-1 by Queen’s Park on Christmas Eve, with Liam Kelly continuing between the sticks. Liam Buchanan gave Livi a half-time lead but a Jamie McKernon penalty and an Adam Cummins goal early in the second period for the Spiders.
Ryan Sinnamon – Annan Athletic
Ryan came on for the remaining three minutes of Annan’s 3-1 win over Berwick Rangers on Christmas Eve.