RANGERS have players on-loan in Scotland, England and beyond. From those who featured over the weekend, here’s our review of how they performed…

FIRST TEAM

 

Greg Docherty – Shrewsbury Town

Greg’s Shrewsbury face an FA Cup replay away to National League big-spenders Salford after being held at home yesterday. Greg played the full 90 of the match where Oliver Norburn put the home side in front before former Inverness and Aberdeen striker Adam Rooney leveled matters.

Apps: 16

Goals: 4

 

Jason Holt – Fleetwood Town

Jason was also in FA Cup action and played the full 90 as Fleetwood enjoyed a much more comfortable afternoon, defeating Alfreton 4-1 away from home. They go into the hat for the second round draw which takes place at 7pm tonight.

Apps: 18

Goals: 1

 

Jak Alnwick – Scunthorpe United

Jak retained his place in the Scunthorpe XI as they defeated Burton Albion at home in the FA Cup with a 2-1 scoreline.

Apps: 13

Clean Sheets: 2

 

Joe Dodoo – Blackpool

Joe was in the Blackpool starting XI on Saturday and on the scoresheet as they won 3-2 away to Exeter City in the FA Cup. Dodoo struck after just three minutes in what ended up being a thrilling 3-2 win for the Seasiders.

Apps: 10

Goals: 2

 

Lee Hodson – St Mirren

Lee was in the St Mirren starting XI as they were held to a 1-1 draw away to Dundee to keep the two sides mired in relegation trouble. Saints are 11th on five points, a point ahead of 12th-placed Dundee. Saints, however, are five points adrift of guaranteed safety.

Apps: 10

Goals: 0

 

ACADEMY

 

Zak Rudden

Zak got back on the goal trail for Falkirk on Saturday, grabbing a crucially important winner for Falkirk in their 1-0 derby win at Dunfermline. Falkirk are still at the bottom of the table, but they are now within two points of Partick Thistle, who occupy the play-off spot, and four points of Alloa in the safety of eighth place.

Apps: 9

Goals: 5

 

Kyle Bradley

Kyle made his return to action on Saturday, coming off the bench on 21 minutes to replace Aryton Sonkur. He and his teammates fell, however, to a 2-0 home loss to Cowdenbeath.

That result leaves the border club sitting only just inside the play-off spots, and 10 points behind table-topping Edinburgh City.

Apps: 6

Goals: 0

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