RANGERS have six players out on loan across the Scottish Leagues. Here, we round up how they got on at their respective clubs.
Robbie Crawford | Alloa Athletic
Robbie returned to action on Saturday after sitting out last week’s 4-0 loss to Rangers, but he could do nothing to prevent them going down 5-0 at Falkirk.
John Baird grabbed a first-half hat-trick before Bob McHugh and Luke Leahy completed the rout after the break, and Crawford was replaced after 75 minutes by Michael Hardie.
Ryan Sinnamon | Falkirk
As Robbie Crawford departed the pitch at the Falkirk Stadium on Saturday, Ryan Sinnamon was making his way onto it as a substitute for Paul Watson. The 5-0 scoreline remained unchanged with the young full-back on the park.
Luca Gasparotto | Greenock Morton
Luca Gasparotto played the full 90 minutes as his Morton side claimed a 2-0 win over Queen of the South to move fourth in the Championship thanks to a double from Denny Johnstone.
Andy Murdoch | Cowdenbeath
Andy Murdoch was back in action for Cowdenbeath on Saturday as they defeated bottom club Brechin City 3-0 thanks to Dean Brett, Aldin El-Zubaldi and Greig Spence.
Craig Halkett | Berwick Rangers
Young defender Craig Halkett played the full 90 minutes on Saturday as his Berwick Rangers side were defeated 1-0 away to league leaders Annan Athletic. Halkett was booked in the match which saw Stuart McColm steal a winner with nine minutes left.
Darren Ramsay | Arbroath
Darren Ramsay was involved as his Arbroath side were beaten 3-1 at 10-man Stirling Albion. The Red Lichties were ahead through Bobby Linn before the home side hit back through Willie Robertson, Chris Smith and Steven Doris.