Here’s a look back at how our loanees got on across the weekend.
Joel Nouble & Jack Hamilton – Arbroath
It was disappointment for Arbroath on Saturday as they lost for the first time since October, going down 1-0 away to Ayr United on Lee Bullen’s first game in charge of the Honest Men.
Joel & Jack both played 90 minutes for the Red Lichties but couldn’t prevent defeat as James Maxwell’s 18th minute strike sealed the points for the home side in what was Joel’s last game for the Gayfield side.
Next up – Raith Rovers (A)
Gavin Reilly – Greenock Morton
A brilliant weekend for Gav as he grabbed the 3rd goal in an emphatic 5-0 win for Dougie Imrie’s Morton at home to Dunfermline. The win also sees the ‘Ton lift off the bottom of the table, ahead of Dumbarton, and into 8th place – just four points behind Ayr United in 7th.
Next up – Ayr United (A)
Josh Mullin – Hamilton
Josh wasn’t in the squad as Hamilton drew 2-2 at home to Partick Thistle keeping them 8 points behind the Firhill men in fifth,
Next up – Dunfermline Athletic (A)
Matej Poplatnik – Raith Rovers
Matej played the final 14 minutes for Raith on Saturday as they picked up a point in a 1-1 draw away to second place Inverness CT. The Kirkcaldy men looked set for all three points and to leapfrog Maley but a Reece McAlear goal 4 minutes from time meant a share of the spoils and Raith remain 1 [point behind the Highland side.
Next up – Arbroath (H).
Carlo Pignatiello – Dumbarton
It was a tough day at the office for Dumbarton who lost 6-2 away to Falkirk. The Bairns were 4-0 up before Dumbarton got back to 4-2 but two late goals from Falkirk sealed the win for the home side and means Dumbarton remain in 9th place.
Next up – East Fife (H).
Harrison Clark – Kelty Hearts
It was a debut for Harrison Clark who came off the bench for the final 25 minutes as Kelty won 3-0 away to Stirling Albion to remain 8 points clear at the top of League 2. Harrison replaced Thomas Reilly with the score at 2-0, helping the Fife side to another three points.
Next up – Edinburgh City (H).
Brian Schwake – Edinburgh City
Edinburgh City twice came from behind to secure a point at home to Elgin on Friday night but dropped to 5th place after Stenhousemuir won 2-1 away to Albion Rovers on Saturday.
Next up – Kelty Hearts (A)