Here’s a look back at how our loanees got on across the weekend.
Jack Hamilton – Arbroath
A fantastic win for Jack and Arbroath as the Red Lichties came from behind to win 2-1 away to Raith Rovers. Reghan Tumilty had Raith Rovers ahead just before the break but Jack levelled for Arbroath shortly after half-time before Nicky Low’s late penalty sent Arbroath 4 points clear at the top of the Championship.
Next up – Partick Thistle (H)
Gavin Reilly – Greenock Morton
A brilliant double for Gavin Reilly sealed a fantastic 2-0 win for Morton away to Ayr United as Dougie Imrie’s men moved off the bottom of the table and into 8th, only 1 point behind Ayr in 7th.
Next up – Raith Rovers (H)
Josh Mullin – Hamilton
Josh wasn’t in the squad as Hamilton lost 1-0 away to Dunfermline, keeping Accies in 6th place, 9 points behind Partick Thistle in fifth.
Next up – Ayr United (H)
Matej Poplatnik – Raith Rovers
Matej played the final 4 minutes of Raith’s defeat at home to Arbroath, replacing Ethan Ross as Rovers slipped 6 points behind the league leaders.
Next up – Greenock Morton (A)
Carlo Pignatiello – Dumbarton
It was another 90 minutes for Carlo as Dumbarton beat East Fife 2-0 to move 8 points clear of bottom place and just one point behind 8th placed Alloa. Second half goals from Josh Oyinsan and former-Lion Gregg Wylde sealed the points for Sons.
Next up – Cove Rangers (H)
Harrison Clark – Kelty Hearts
It was a first start for Harrison on Saturday as Kelty Hearts drew 2-2 with Edinburgh City. The league leaders were leading 2-0 when Harrison was replaced on 73 minutes before shipping two late goals which meant a share of the spoils. Kelty remain 7 points clear of second placed Forfar.
Next up – Albion Rovers (A)
Brian Schwake – Edinburgh City
It looked to be defeat for Brian and his Edinburgh team as they trailed 2-0 away to Kelty with just 15 minutes to go but goals from Danny Handling and a 93rd minute equaliser from Jack Brydon meant the Citizens left Central Park with a point.
Next up – Stenhousemuir (H)