IT’S your Rangers Loan Review for Monday, March 9 as we look back at how the club’s on-loan players performed over the weekend.
Jak Alnwick – Blackpool
Jak is currently injured after being forced off in Blackpool’s Boxing Day match with Accrington Stanley with an arm injury.
Clean sheets: 6
Jamie Barjonas – Partick Thistle
Jamie came off the bench on 80 minutes as Partick gained a very decent 1-1 draw away to league-leaders Dundee United. They remain bottom of the Championship table, but are within three points of ninth-placed Queen of the South with a game in hand. Thistle are at home to eighth-placed Alloa on Saturday.
Greg Docherty – Hibernian
Greg again played 90 minutes as Hibs were beaten 3-1 by Aberdeen at Pittodrie. Jack Ross’ side are now sixth in the table and host St Johnstone on Saturday.
Jason Holt – St Johnstone
Jason played 80 minutes as Saints earned a very decent 1-0 home win over Livingston on Saturday. St Johnstone are seventh – a point behind Hibs whom they travel to on Saturday.
Lewis Mayo – Partick Thistle
After making his debut and winning the ‘Man of the Match’ award in last midweek’s 0-0 draw with Queen of the South, Lewis again played 90 minutes as Thistle earned their aforementioned 1-1 draw at Tannadice.
Robby McCrorie – Livingston
Robby was on the end of the 1-0 defeat to Jason Holt’s St Johnstone at the weekend. Livi remain fifth and host Hearts in the Premiership on Sunday.
Clean sheets: 2
Ross McCrorie – Portsmouth
Ross came on for Portsmouth on Saturday at half-time as they were beaten 2-0 by Peterborough. Pompey moved down to sixth in League One with that loss, albeit, they are still just three points from an automatic promotion slot. They host fellow promotion-chasers Fleetwood Town tomorrow.
Glenn Middleton – Bradford City
Glenn was a half-time sub as Bradford fell to a 2-0 defeat away to Salford. Bradford are now ninth – four points outside the play-offs and host Leyton Orient on Saturday.
Jamie Murphy – Burton Albion
Jamie played 90 minutes as Burton were beaten 3-2 away to Lincoln City. They remain 12th in League One and play Wycombe Wanderers at home this weekend.
Danny Finlayson – Orange County
Orange County got their USL season up and running on Saturday, with Danny making the bench for their 0-0 home draw with El Paso Locomotive. Their next match comes on Saturday, 21 when they host San Diego Loyal.
Stephen Kelly – Ayr United
Stephen played 90 minutes as Ayr were held 0-0 at home by Dundee in the Championship on Saturday. They remain third in the table and on-course for a play-off spot with a four point gap over fifth-placed Dunfermline with a game in hand.
Nicky Hogarth – Stirling Albion
Nicky was again between the sticks as Stirling were beaten 3-1 away to Elgin City in League Two. They sit four points outside the play-off spots now and face league-leaders Cove Rangers tomorrow night.
Clean sheets: 1
Cammy Palmer – Orange County
Cammy started and played 72 minutes of the aforementioned 0-0 draw with El Paso Locomotive.
Matty Shiels – Orange County
Matty was also on the bench for Orange County’s season-opener.
Aidan Wilson – Edinburgh City
Aidan came off the bench late-on as City defeated Albion Rovers 3-0 at home to remain second in League Two. They host Stenhousemuir at home on Saturday.
Kieran Wright – Alloa Athletic
Kieran was on the bench for Alloa as they defeated Inverness Caley 2-0 in the Championship. They are at Jamie Barjonas’ and Lewis Mayo’s Partick Thistle on Saturday.
Clean sheets: 1