RANGERS have players out on-loan in Scotland, England and beyond. Here’s a look at how those who played over the weekend performed…
Greg Docherty – Shrewsbury Town
Greg again played the full 90 minutes for Shrewsbury as they came from a goal down to earn a 1-1 draw at home to Jak Alnwick’s Scunthorpe on Saturday.With five matches left to play, Shrews are four points clear of the relegation zone.
Jak Alnwick – Scunthorpe United
Jak also played the full 90, and was just six minutes away from keeping a clean sheet. Scunthorpe are just two points ahead of the relegation zone.
Clean sheets: 5
Jordan Rossiter – Bury
Bury’s hopes of automatic promotion are in jeopardy as they – with Jordan playing the whole match – were beaten 3-2 at Carlisle. It’s their third defeat on the bounce as they fell to fourth, albeit they are still within a point of the automatic promotion slots.
Robby McCrorie – Morton
Robby was again between the sticks as Morton earned a 1-1 draw at Queen of the South. Morton are sixth – four points above the relegation play-off slot with four games left to play.
Clean sheets: 2
Eduardo Herrera – Necaxa
Eduardo played the whole match for Necaxa as they were beaten 2-1 by Leon. Necaxa sit seventh after 13 games in Liga MX.
Serge made his debut for SJK Seinajoki on Saturday from the start, playing 81 minutes of their 1-0 win over Helsinki IFK. It was their first match of the season, and they sit fourth after the first round of games.
Zak Rudden – Falkirk
Zak was on target once more for Falkirk – but it wasn’t enough as Alloa netted with four minutes left to claim all three points. Falkirk sit in the relegation play-off place, a point away from safety, albeit, they are level on points with bottom-placed Alloa who have a game in hand.
Andy Dallas – Morton
Andy was a substitute in the 58th minute of Morton’s 1-1 draw at Queen of the South.
Jamie Barjonas – Raith Rovers
Jamie played the full 90 as Raith needed a 90th-minute leveler to earn a point at Stenhousemuir. 12 points behind League One leaders Arbroath with four games to go, Rovers’ best hope will be second and a play-off slot.
Kyle Bradley – Annan Athletic
Kyle was at the heart of the defence for Annan as they battered Berwick 6-0. Annan are eight points inside the play-offs with four games left.