SEE how Rangers’ current crop of loan players got on as we look back over the youngsters’ weekend games. 

RYAN HARDIE – ST MIRREN

Ryan played for seventy minutes of St Mirren’s 2-0 defeat by Dundee United on Saturday. Goals from Scott Fraser and Tony Andreu in both halves of the game were the difference between the two sides.

Hardie was deployed as one of a three man attack playing on one side of target man John Sutton, with former Rangers Academy player Lewis Morgan on the other side. Hardie had a couple of good chances in the match, with one being dragged wide of goal and the other saved straight at former teammate Cammy Bell.

Appearances: 10
Goals: 3

TOM WALSH – ST MIRREN

Walsh was a second half substitute for St Mirren at the weekend, coming on to replace Ryan Hardie with twenty minutes to go in the match. St Mirren are still bottom of the Championship table on four points.

Appearances: 12
Goals: 4

SCOTT ROBERTS – RAITH ROVERS

Scott was an unused substitute for Raith Rovers as they drew 0-0 with Hibernian at Stark’s Park, a result which moves them down to fifth place in the Championship.

Appearances: 7
Goals: 1

JORDAN THOMPSON – RAITH ROVERS

Thompson played for 88 minutes of the match, making a return to the action following  against Hibernian before being substituted for Christopher Johnston owing to an injury. Thompson went close to scoring with a volley on the hour mark sent into a packed box which was eventually cleared by former Gers player Darren McGregor.

Appearances: 10
Goals: 1

LIAM KELLY – LIVINGSTON

Liam Kelly continued in goal for Livingston to make his thirteenth appearance of the season for the Livi Lions as they were defeated 2:1 by Albion Rovers at the Tony Macaroni Arena. Goals from Steven Boyd and Ryan Wallace in the 18th and 70th minutes of the game gave Albion the lead before a penalty from Liam Buchanan pulled one back in the final minute of the game.

Appearances: 13

RYAN SINNAMON – ANNAN ATHLETIC

Ryan continued his loan spell at Annan with another start in defence for the Galabankies. In his second appearance for the club, Sinnamon’s Annan drew 2-2 with Cowdenbeath, with Barry Cuddihy and David McKenna scoring for Annan and Kyle Miller and Nikolay Todorov scoring for Cowdenbeath.

Appearances: 2

KIERAN WRIGHT – GALA FAIRYDEAN

Kieran is in action this coming weekend for Gala Fairydean against Elgin City in the second round of the William Hill Scottish Cup – kick off is 3pm.

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