Six players were in action this week for their loan sides, with Chris Hamilton and Connor Smith featuring twice for the Blue Brazil.
Olly Lee - Gillingham
The English midfielder was a second-half sub, coming on with 23 minutes left to play of the Gills' clash with Rotherham. By that point, Steve Evans' side were already 2-0 down thanks to goals from Michael Smith (not that one) and former Rangers midfielder Matt Crooks - who got his second and Rotherham's third two minutes before the end. The final score was 3-0, leaving Gillingham in 16th - six points clear of the relegation zone.
Rory Currie - Forfar Athletic
Currie met Moore (almost) as Forfar took on Falkirk at Station Park, with the away side running out 2-0 winners. Only Rory was introduced to the action, with 11 minutes left to play, when he replaced former Hearts midfielder Callum Tapping.
Chris Hamilton and Connor Smith - Cowdenbeath
Both Chris and Connor have started two games since our last Loan Watch, with both the defender and attacker playing against Stirling and Cove Rangers. Tuesday night's match against Albion at Forthbank finished in a 0-0 draw, with Saturday's crunch match against promotion pushers Cove finishing 3-1 to the Rangers. Gary Bollan's side are still third, but sit six points behind league leaders Cove.
Chris' Apps: 8
Chris' Clean Sheets: 5
Connor's Apps: 7
Connor's Goals: 1
Leeroy Makovora - Spartans
The striker did not play in the weekend win over Dalbeattie Star, but did play on Tuesday night against Berwick Rangers in the East of Scotland Cup semi-final. Starting and playing the full 90, Leeroy was instrumental in the 2-1 win which sees Spartans progress to the final.
Dean Ritchie - Cumbernauld Colts
The midfielder got another 90 minutes under his belt as the Colts lost to promotion chasers East Stirlingshire in the Lowland League. Marty Wright was able to get one back for the Colts, but it finished 3-1 at the Falkirk Stadium.
Bobby Burns (Newcastle Jets), Harry Cochrane (Dunfermline Athletic), Lewis Moore (Falkirk), Kelby Mason (Annan Athletic) and Dan Baur (Bonnyrigg Rose) were unused substitutes. Anthony McDonald (Dunfermline Athletic) and Alex Petkov (Clyde) were not involved in the matchday squads.
(image courtesy of Spartans Football Club)