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Loan Watch

30th September 2019

Find out how Hearts’ loan stars fared over the weekend…

Bobby Burns – Newcastle Jets

Going slightly further back than last weekend, Bobby pulled on a Jets shirt for the first time a week past Saturday. He started in a friendly match against current A-League champions Sydney FC, which finished in a 0-0 draw.

There’s still a bit of a wait until the seasons kicks off; Jets face Central Coast Mariners on Saturday, October 19th. 

 

Harry Cochrane – Dunfermline Athletic

Harry was handed a starting berth on Saturday – his first since joining the Pars on loan – as Stevie Crawford’s side were held at home by Alloa Athletic.

Adam Brown gave the visitors the lead on 50 minutes but Kyle Turner cancelled it out seven minutes later as both teams settled for a share of the spoils.

Dunfermline sit 7th in the Championship and face and away trip to Morton on Saturday.

 

Olly Lee – Gillingham

Olly made a half-time appearance for Gillingham but couldn’t help turn things around – despite hitting the woodwork – as they fell to a 3-0 defeat away to Oxford United. That result leaves Gillingham 16th in League One, with a home game against Southend United coming up this weekend.

 

Alex Petkov – Clyde

The Bulgarian was a second half sub as Clyde came from behind to win 2-1 at Dumbarton. They sit 4th in League One and face Montrose at home on Saturday.

 

Chris Hamilton and Connor Smith – Cowdenbeath

The Blue Brazil kept up their fantastic form with a 1-0 home win over Albion Rovers. The Hearts duo played 90 minutes, with former Jambos full-back Fraser Mullen bagging the only goal of the game from the spot.

Cowdenbeath have climbed to third in League Two, four points off top spot. They host Edinburgh City on Saturday.

 

Danny Baur – Bonnyirgg Rose

The big defender made a cameo appearance, in the 87th minute, as Bonyrigg bagged another Lowland League win, beating Gretna 2008 2-1 away from home. They remain top of the league, a point ahead of Kelty Hearts, and face Edinburgh University tomorrow night.

 

Leeroy Makovora – Spartans

Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup First Round Replay at Deveronvale was rained off, but the two sides will meet this evening at Princess Royal Park in quick rearrangement. Kick off is 8pm.