Robbie Crawford – Alloa Athletic

Robbie Crawford got another 90 minutes under his belt for the Wasps on Saturday, although his side suffered a 1-0 defeat to Raith Rovers at the Indodrill Stadium.

Grant Anderson’s 79th minute winner means Alloa sit ninth in the Championship table with just five points from their 10 games to date.

Andy Murdoch – Cowdenbeath

Andy Murdoch suffered late heartache as his Cowdenbeath side drew 2-2 with Stenhousemuir in a dramatic contest at Central Park.

The Blue Brazil were 2-0 up but goals from Colin McMenamin and Lewis Small – in the 87th and 90th minutes – meant Colin Nish’s men had to settle for a point.

Murdoch made his fifth start for the League One club against the Warriors and played the full game.

Darren Ramsay (pictured above) – Arbroath

Darren Ramsay enjoyed more success at the weekend, as Arbroath got back to winning ways in League Two against Montrose.

The 20-year-old didn’t get on the scoresheet in his side’s 3-1 home victory in the Angus derby, but he set up the first goal for Bobby Linn after some neat footwork took him into the box.

Luca Gasparotto – Morton

Luca Gasparotto had to settle for a place on the bench as Morton lost 1-0 at Falkirk, with Lee Miller netting the only goal in injury time.

The big defender returned from his busy two-week stint with the Canada Under-23 squad on Thursday so was rested on what proved to be a disappointing afternoon for Jim Duffy’s men.

Ryan Sinnamon – Falkirk

Ryan Sinnamon was named on the bench for the Bairns as they beat Gasparotto’s Morton on Saturday. The right-back is looking to regain his match sharpness having now recovered from a frustrating ankle injury.

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