THE season came to an end over the weekend for a number of Rangers’ players who are out on loan. Here’s our review of how they got on…

 

Ryan Hardie – Livingston

Ryan played 62 minutes and missed a penalty for Livingston as they went down 3-2 to Motherwell at Fir Park on Saturday. In total, Hardie made 22 appearances for Livi and made seven appearances.

Apps: 22

Goals: 7

 

Lee Hodson – St Mirren

Lee made his first St Mirren appearance since January on Saturday after recovering from injury, coming on as a substitute in the 23rd minute in their 3-2 win at Dundee. The win wasn’t enough, however, to prevent Saints falling into the relegation play-off spot where they will face Dundee United across two legs on Thursday and Sunday.

Apps: 21

Goals: 0

 

Jamie Barjonas – Raith Rovers

Jamie’s time at Raith Rovers came to an end with disappointment as their 0-0 draw at Queen of the South in the Championship play-off final consigned them to another season in League One. Having lost the first-leg 3-1 at Stark’s Park in midweek, the draw wasn’t enough to turn the tie in their favour. Barjonas has played 19 times for the Kirkcaldy club and scored twice.

Apps: 19

Goals: 2

 

Kyle Bradley – Annan Athletic

Kyle came off the bench for Annan on 81 minutes as they were defeated 2-0 by Clyde to overturn their 1-0 first-leg win to miss out on promotion to League One. In total, Kyle made 31 appearances for the Galabankies and scored three times.

Apps: 31

Goals: 3

 

Aidan McAdams – Annan Atheltic

Aidan was an unused substitute in the Clyde match, with his loan spell also coming to an end having played three times.

Apps: 3

 

Serge Atakayi – SJK Seinajoki

Serge played 90 minutes as Seinajoki were beaten for the first time this season, going down 2-1 at home to Honka. They are down to third in the Finnish top-flight table, albeit they are just three points off top spot.

Apps: 9

Goals: 1

 

 

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