Here’s a look back at how our loanees got on across the weekend.
Joel Nouble & Harrison Clark – Arbroath
Both Joel and Harrison started as Arbroath drew 1-1 at home to Queen of the South. Innes Cameron gave the visitors the lead on 55 minutes before the in-form Michael McKenna levelled shortly afterwards. Harrison was replaced by James Craigen at half-time with Joel playing the full 90. The draw sees the Red Lichties drop to 5th but still level on points with Partick Thistle in the play-off promotion place.
Next up – Kilmarnock (A).
Gavin Reilly – Greenock Morton
Gavin started Morton’s home clash with Kilmarnock on the bench but came on just before half-time with his side already 2-0 down. The forward couldn’t help the ‘Ton get back into the game as it finished 2-0 to the league leaders. Morton remain in 8th place, just above 9th on goal difference.
Next up – Raith Rovers (A).
Josh Mullin (Hamilton) vs Matej Poplatnik (Raith Rovers)
It was Josh vs Matej on Saturday as Accies played host to Raith – but Matej left with the bragging rights as the visitors picked up all three points courtesy of three first-half goals. Josh started the game as a Kieran MacDonald OG and a double from Ethan Ross seen Rovers out of sight by the break, with Matej coming on for the final 10 minutes. Raith remain in second, 3 points behind the league leaders with Hamilton in 7th, 1 point clear of the relegation play-off zone.
Next up for Hamilton – Partick Thistle (A)
Next up for Raith Rovers – Morton (H)
Carlo Pignatiello – Dumbarton
It was a disappointing afternoon for Carlo and his Dumbarton side as they lost 3-0 at home to Falkirk. Carlo played the full 90 as goals from Michael Ruth, Aidan Nesbitt and Charles Telfer sealed the points for the Bairns as Dumbarton remain in 7th place, 2 points above Clyde in the relegation play-off spot.
Next up – Alloa Athletic (A)
Brian Schwake – Edinburgh City
A brilliant win for Brian and the Citizens on Friday night as they won 3-1 at home to Stranraer. A 2-0 lead at the break was reduced shortly after the restart but a 90th minute goal from James Hilton sealed the win for Edinburgh as they moved to within 2 points of the promotion play-off spots.
Next up – Stirling Albion (A).