Reserves

Loan Watch

7th October 2019

Six of our loan players were in action this weekend, with Dan Baur picking up a Man of the Match award.

Olly Lee - Gillingham 

After only appearing as a substitute last week, Olly was restored to the starting line-up as the Gills won 3-1 against Southend. Olly managed 65 minutes before being replaced by Mark Marshall as goals from former St Mirren-loanee Alfie Jones, Stuart O'Keefe and Brandon Hanlan secured a win that sees the Gills push up to 15th in League One.

Apps: 8
Goals: 2

Harry Cochrane - Dunfermline

The 18-year-old made his second consecutive start for the Pars, managing 86 minutes in the 1-1 draw with Morton. Andy Ryan thought he had brought all three points back to Fife before Jim McAllister's 94th minute equaliser at Cappielow. Stevie Crawford's side now slip back down to 9th, in the relegation play-off zone. Anthony McDonald continues to miss out through injury.

Apps: 5
Goals: 0

Connor Smith and Chris Hamilton - Cowdenbeath

Connor and Chris both started for the Blue Brazil as they secured a huge 1-0 win over promotion rivals Edinburgh City. Connor managed 71 minutes, and Chrissy played the full 90, as David Cox's goal sealed all three points. Cowden now move to second - one point behind Cove Rangers, who lost in a shock defeat to Stenhousemuir - as they won their sixth game on the bounce.

Connor's Apps: 5
Connor's Goals: 1

Chris' Apps: 6
Chris' Clean Sheets: 4

Daniel Baur - Bonnyrigg Rose

Dan had a fine game for the Rose on Saturday in a 2-0 win over East Kilbride, with the big defender picking up the Man of the Match award. Robbie Horn's side consolidated the top spot thanks to goals from Neil Martynuik and Jamie Devlin.

Apps: 8
Goals: 3
Clean Sheets: 4

Leeroy Makovora - Spartans

Leeroy was a late substitute in Spartans' 3-1 loss to Caledonian Braves that leaves them in 8th place. The attacker made an instant impact, getting clattered in midfield - but saw himself booked by the referee.

Apps: 5
Goals: 1

Dean Ritchie - Cumbernauld Colts

Dean made his debut for the Colts this weekend as they drew against Vale of Leithen down in the Borders, coming on with half-an-hour to go. It was Dean's first appearance in senior football, helping the Colts' settle in 9th place.

Apps: 1
Goals: 0

Lewis Moore (Falkirk), Alex Petkov (Clyde), Rory Currie (Forfar), and Kelby Mason (Annan) were not involved at the weekend. Bobby Burns' Newcastle Jets get their season underway on October 19th when they face Central Coast Mariners.