SEE how Rangers’ current crop of loan players got on as we look back over the youngsters’ weekend games.
RYAN HARDIE – ST MIRREN
Ryan got another 90 minutes under his belt as managerless Buddies secured a late point at home against Falkirk. The Paisley side, currently sitting at the bottom of the Championship table, went behind to an early Craig Sibbald’s deflected free-kick, but it was another Rangers player, Tom Walsh, who levelled the game with just three minutes remaining.
TOM WALSH – ST MIRREN
As mentioned above, Tom was Saints’ super sub having replaced Rocco Quinn after the hour mark. The Light Blues playmaker made it 1-1 at the Paisley 2021 Stadium just before the final whistle when he unleashed a thundering 25-yard shot for his fourth goal of the season in front of a crowd of 2,334.
SCOTT ROBERTS – RAITH ROVERS
Scott started for Raith on their visit to Morton’s Cappielow Park on Saturday, but it was to be a disappointing afternoon for Gary Locke’s players. The injury-ravaged home team claimed all three points with Ross Forbes scoring a terrific free-kick from 25 yards. Roberts started the match but was replaced by Chris Johnston on 66 minutes.
JORDAN THOMPSON – RAITH ROVERS
Jordan was a 67th minute substitute in Raiths’ 1-0 defeat at Morton. The result means the Stark’s Park outfit remain in fourth place in the Championship with ‘The Ton’ moving up to sixth.
LIAM KELLY – LIVINGSTON
Liam made his 12th appearance between the posts for the Livi Lions on their trip to Peterhead’s Balmoor Stadium, and after a disappointing 3-1 defeat to East Fife, David Hopkins men enjoyed a 2-1 victory over the Blue Toon. Daniel Mullen scored both goals as Livingston move up to second in League One, just a point behind leaders Brechin City after eight league games.
RYAN SINNAMON – ANNAN ATHLETIC
Ryan enjoyed a positive start to his loan spell with Annan Athletic as the Galabankies won 2-0 at Elgin City’s Borough Briggs. The defender, who joined the club on Friday until December 31, played the full 90 minutes in a game which saw another former Ger Darren Ramsay open the scoring early on before a David McKenna penalty after half time killed off Elgin’s hopes of taking any points from this League Two fixture.