RANGERS have players out on-loan in Scotland, England and beyond. Here’s our look back at how those who played over the weekend performed…
Jak Alnwick – Blackpool
Jak’s Blackpool had to come from a goal down at home to National League South side Maidstone United in the FA Cup second round yesterday. An own goal leveled matters on 47 minutes before Nathan Delfouneso scored twice in a minute to seal the Seasiders’ place in tonight’s third round draw – this of course being the stage where the Premier League sides enter the competition.
Clean sheets: 6
Eduardo Herrera – Necaxa
Eduardo was an injury-time sub for Necaxa as they defeated Queretaro 3-2 away from home yesterday, in the second leg of their Liga MX play-off quarter-final. That followed him netting in their 3-0 win in the first-leg in midweek.They move on to play Monterrey in the semi-finals.
Jason Holt – St Johnstone
Jason played 90 minutes as his St Johnstone side went down 4-0 away to Motherwell on Saturday. They are bottom of the Scottish Premiership on goal difference, albeit, they are level on points with both St Mirren and Hearts. They face Kilmarnock away on Wednesday.
Robby McCrorie – Queen of the South
Robby was involved in a dramatic win for Queens’ on Saturday. Leading 1-0 at Dundee, he conceded a 93rd-minute equaliser before Stephen Dobbie ran straight up the park from kick-off to incredibly win the game for the Doonhamers. They host Partick Thistle on Saturday and sit two points outside the play-off places.
Clean sheets: 4
Aidan McAdams – Edinburgh City
Aidan played 90 minutes as his Edinburgh City side missed the chance to close the gap on League Two leaders Cove Rangers by losing 2-1 at Hampden against Queens’ Park. They have another chance to do that this weekend, however, hosting Cove at Ainslie Park on Saturday.
Clean sheets: 2
Cammy Palmer – Partick Thistle
Cammy was a 54th minute substitute for 10-man Partick on Saturday and helped steady the ship a little as they went down 5-1 at Dunfermline. Trailing 5-0 when Cammy came on, Reece Cole pulled one back on 74 minutes though the Jags still sit bottom of the Championship. They are at Robby McCrorie’s Queen of the South on Saturday.
Aidan Wilson – Edinburgh City
Aidan also played 74 minutes of the loss to Queens’ Park.