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

Liam Kelly made his 34th appearance of the season for Livingston on Saturday as they returned to winning ways with a 1-0 victory away to Stranraer. Livi now hold a nine point gap at the top of League One.

In Kirkcaldy, Ryan Hardie was once again on the scoresheet as Raith Rovers defeated Dundee United 2-1. He added to Craig Barr’s opening goal in a game which also saw Jordan Thompson play the full 90 minutes for the Starks’ Park men.

Across the Forth in Leith, Ross McCrorie was helping Dumbarton earn a 2-2 draw with Championship leaders Hibernian. In the Ayrshireman’s first start for the Sons, Stevie Aitken’s side twice held the lead before Hibs hit back. They sit three points clear of the relegation play-off spot, and four clear of the automatic relegation place.

In League Two, Josh Jeffries played 60 minutes of Stirling Albion’s 1-0 win over Annan Athletic. He has now made three appearances for the Binos since switching there on-loan.

Down south, Matt Crooks missed Scunthorpe’s 2-1 defeat to Oxford United through injury.

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