RANGERS have players on-loan in Scotland, England and beyond. Here’s a look at how those who featured over the weekend performed…
Greg Docherty – Shrewsbury Town
Greg played the final 10, crucial minutes for Shrewsbury on Saturday as they came from behind with goals on 87 and 90 minutes to defeat Wycombe Wanderers. He claimed an assist for the equaliser, delivering a superb free-kick for Omar Beckles to head home. Shrews are up to 18th in League One, albeit, positions 12 to 24 are separated by just nine points with eight games left to play.
Jason Holt – Fleetwood Town
Jason grabbed his second Fleetwood goal in their 2-0 defeat of Plymout Argyle at Highbury on Saturday. Netting on 77 minutes, Ashley Hunter added a second, clinching goal three minutes later to leave Fleetwood within five points of the play-off positions.
“It feels great to get my first league goal. It’s also great to get the win!” 🙌
— Fleetwood Town FC (@ftfc) March 16, 2019
Joe Dodoo – Blackpool
Joe was a 59th-minute sub for Blackpool, but it was to be a disappointing afternoon for the Seasiders as they fell to a 3-0 defeat away to Burton Albion. ‘Pool are four points off the play-offs with eight games to go in League One.
Jak Alnwick – Scunthorpe United
Scunthorpe’s up and down season took another twist on Saturday with a 2-0 defeat away to Portsmouth. They now sit 17th in the table, two points above the drop-zone.
Clean sheets: 5
Ryan Hardie – Livingston
Ryan was again used from the bench for Livingston, this time in the 83rd minute as they earned a decent 1-1 draw at Aberdeen on Saturday. They are eighth in the Scottish Premiership, seven points adrift of a place in the top-six.
Zak Rudden – Falkirk
Zak played the full 90 for Falkirk in their 1-1 draw with fellow relegation strugglers Partick Thistle. Falkirk are eighth in the Championship, a point above Thistle and four ahead of bottom-placed Alloa, albeit they have played two games more than the Wasps.
Jamie Barjonas – Raith Rovers
Jamie played 75 minutes for Raith Rovers as they were beaten 2-1 at Forfar. Raith are third in Scottish League One, 15 points off leaders Arbroath but 13 points clear inside the play-off slots.
Scott Gray – East Stirlingshire
Scott played the full 90 as his East Stirlingshire side were beaten 4-3 at home by Civil Service Strollers.