Reserves

Loan Watch

16th September 2019

It was a weekend of mixed fortunes for our on-loan men, with Leeroy Makovora having one to remember as he scored a screamer for Spartans.

Olly Lee - Gillingham

Olly started yet again for the Gills in their comfortable 2-0 win over Wycombe Wanderers. Managing 77 minutes of the clash at Priestfield, he was replaced by Ben Pringle. The victory leaves Steve Evans' side in 14th place in League One.

Harry Cochrane - Dunfermline

The Pars took on Inverness at East End Park, with the visitors leaving with all three points. Sean Welsh's 87th minute goal was enough to separate the sides, leaving Stevie Crawford's men rooted to the bottom. Harry came on in the 71st minute, with Anthony McDonald missing the match against his former side.

Lewis Moore - Falkirk v Rory Currie - Forfar Athletic

The two loan players started on the bench in this clash, with only Currie entering the play in the 69th minute. By that point, the game was almost done and dusted - and it certainly was, when Louis Longride got his second and Falkirk's third to make it 3-0.

Falkirk now sit third in League One, but Forfar are now down in 8th.

Alex Petkov - Clyde

The Bulgarian returned from international duty to a spot on the bench for League One outfit. It was a happy homecoming for the centre-back, even if he did not enter the fray. Clyde won 6-1 at home to Stranraer, who were reduced to 10 men before the half-hour mark when former Motherwell man Adam Cummins was sent off. 

There was nothing former Jambo brothers David and Ian Smith could do as the Stair Park outfit were smashed by five David Goodwillie goals. The result put's Danny Lennon's side up to sixth.

Chris Hamilton and Connor Smith - Cowdenbeath

Cowdenbeath continued their ascent up the League Two table, with Connor Smith again involved for Gary Bollan's side. Both Connor and Chris started, with the former getting an assist for the visitors third goal as they beat Stenhousemuir 3-0 at Ochilview.

The Blue Brazil now sit in third, chasing runaway leaders Cove Rangers and Edinburgh City.

Daniel Baur - Bonnyrigg Rose

The big defender managed 77 minutes for the Rose as the easily dispatched Glasgow University in the SFA South Challenge Cup.

The game, played at Airdrie's Excelsior Stadium, finished 5-0 and sees former Jambo Robbie Horn's side progress to Round Three of the Cup. They take on Threave Rovers in the next round.

Leeroy Makovora - Spartans

The moment of the weekend went to Leeroy, who scored an absolute screamer and assisted another in Spartans 3-0 win over Kinnoull FC in the SFA South Challenge Cup.

At a windy Tulloch Park, Leeroy smashed one into the top corner from distance before going on a mazy run and pulling it back to Cameron Dawson who slotted in Spartans third.