There was a full debut and a keeper's clean sheet in this week's edition of Loan Watch.
Olly Lee - Gillingham
Olly played the final 15 minutes as the Gills recorded a 1-0 over Accrington Stanley in League One. Regan Charles-Cook's goal leaves Steve Evans' side in 15th.
Harry Cochrane - Dunfermline
Harry played 61 minutes as the Pars fell to a 2-0 loss at the hands of league leaders Dundee United. Lawrence Shankland and Nicky Clark had the hosts two up before the half and the score would stay that way, leaving Stevie Crawford's side in eighth.
Rory Currie - Forfar Athletic
There was nothing Rory Currie could do to help his side as Forfar lost 4-1 to Airdrieonians on Saturday. Dale Hilson had given the Loons the lead, but former Jambo Dale Carrick got an equaliser for the Diamonds before Calum Gallagher put the visitors ahead. Rory was introduced in the 64th minute, but could only watch on as Callum Smith - brother of Connor - and, another former Jambo, Ally Roy put Airdrie further ahead.
Kelby Mason - Annan Athletic
Keeper Kelby made his second consecutive start for the Galabankies in the Second Round replay against Brechin, keeping a clean sheet in the process. Scott McLean opened the scoring at Glebe Park, before adding a second from the penalty spot just before full-time to ensure progression to the Third Round.
Clean Sheets: 1
Leeroy Makovora - Spartans
Young striker Leeroy started, and played the full 90, for Spartans in their Friday night clash with East Stirlingshire in the Lowland League. Former Hearts-youth Aaron Scott put the Ainslie Park side ahead, before Andy Rodgers equalised for the visitors. By all accounts, Leeroy caused all kinds of trouble to the opposition defence, but it was the Shire who took the lead through Jamie Dishington. Nicky Low got the visitors' third, and it finished 3-1, leaving Spartans in 9th.
Dean Ritchie - Cumbernauld Colts
Midfielder Dean made his full debut in men's football, starting and playing the full 90 for the Colts as they faced Edinburgh University at Broadwood. Lewis Bonar nodded the hosts into the lead after just 43 seconds, before Craig Holmes added a second. Bonar then turned provider for Holmes to get the third before half-time. Holmes then added an assist, crossing for Scott Davidson to get the fourth. Edinburgh Uni got one back before the end, but it would finish 4-1, pushing the Colts up to 8th in the league.
Connor Smith, Chris Hamilton (Cowdenbeath), Anthony McDonald (Dunfermline), and Alex Petkov (Clyde) did not play for their clubs this weekend, whilst Dan Baur (Bonnyrigg Rose) did not have a game. Lewis Moore (Falkirk) and Bobby Burns (Newcastle Jets) were unused subsitutes.