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Loan Watch

2nd September 2019

Hearts’ loan players were in action over the weekend, read on to see how they fared…

Harry Cochrane – Dunfermline Athletic

After signing a season-long loan deal on Friday – along with Hearts teammate Anthony McDonald – Harry found himself on the Pars bench a day later at Gayfield Park.

He was introduced to play in the 65th minute, a quarter of an hour after Arbroath had taken a 1-0 lead.

The Red Lichties saw out the remainder of the game to take all three points, which leaves Dunfermline ninth in the Championship table.

 

Olly Lee – Gillingham

Also on the move last week was Olly, who penned a loan deal at Gillingham until January.

He made an instant impact on his return to action following a three-month injury lay off, scoring two goals in his home debut as The Gills hammered Bolton Wanderers 5-0.

The win takes them up to 16th in the League One table, and tomorrow they face Colchester United in the EFL Trophy.

 

Lewis Moore – Falkirk

Lewis was an unused substitute at the weekend as Falkirk played out a 0-0 draw away to Airdrie.

The Bairns sit third in League One and face Raith Rovers at Stark’s Park on Saturday in the Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup.

 

Connor Smith and Chris Hamilton – Cowdenbeath

The on-loan duo helped the Blue Brazil to a 2-1 home win against Brechin City – their second league win on the bounce.

Now up to third in the League Two table, they take on Stehnousemuir in two weeks time.

 

Daniel Baur – Bonnyrigg Rose

Daniel played a starring role in Bonnyrigg’s 3-0 win over Caledonian Braves. The big defender opened the scoring before adding the game’s second.

Bonnyrigg remain top of the Lowland League, one point ahead of Kelty Hearts, and face BSC Glasgow at home on Saturday.

 

Leeroy Makovora – Spartans

Following a one-game suspension, Leeroy returned to the Spartans starting line up and played a major part in their 3-2 win against Cumbernauld Colts.

He set up Spartans’ second goal in the Ainslie Park victory, which takes them into eighth spot in the Lowland League.

Up next is an away match at Civil Service Strollers on Saturday.