Reserves

Loan Watch

11th November 2019

There was an FA Cup goal and a long-haul flight to contend with in this week's Loan Watch.

Olly Lee - Gillingham

Olly started and scored for the Gills in their 1-1 draw with Sunderland in the FA Cup. Aidan McGeady put the Black Cats ahead at the Stadium of Light before Olly's 46th minute strike. The midfielder was teed off from a free-kick, with his shot squirming away from Jon McLaughlin's grasp.

Apps: 13
Goals: 3

Bobby Burns - Newcastle Jets

Bobby travelled 2,448 miles to make his second appearance for the Newcastle Jets, as they drew 1-1 with Perth Glory. The left-back came on for the final five minutes, with the draw lifting the Jets a point above bottom spot. He now travels to Belfast to link up with the Northern Ireland under-21 squad.

Apps: 2
Clean Sheets: 0

Connor Smith - Cowdenbeath

Connor played the full 90 in the Blue Brazil's surpise loss to Annan Athletic at Galabank. Kyle Wilkie's 51st minute goal was enough to split the sides and now Gary Bollan's men sit four points behind Edinburgh City in 3rd. 

Apps: 8
Goals: 1

Dan Baur - Bonnyrigg Rose

Dan started and played the full 90 as the Rose lost to Dunipace in the SFA South Challenge Cup. Robbie Horn's side now face Stirling Uni on Tuesday night, before playing Spartans at Ainslie Park on Friday night.

Apps: 10
Goals: 3
Clean Sheets: 4

Dean Ritchie - Cumbernauld Colts

Dean started his third consecutive game as the Colts took on Hill of Beath in the SFA South Challenge Cup. Dean was replaced after 77 minutes, and the game went on to penalties after it finished 1-1 after 90 minutes and extra time.

Apps: 4
Goals: 0

Harry Cochrane (Dunfermline Athletic) and Lewis Moore (Falkirk) were unused substitutes. Leeroy Makovora (Spartans) played for Hearts in the Youth Cup on Friday, therefore missing Spartans' match the following day.  Anthony McDonald (Dunfermline Athletic), Rory Currie (Forfar Athletic), Alex Petkov (Clyde), Kelby Mason (Annan Athletic) all missed out through injury, whilst Chris Hamilton (Cowdenbeath) was not involved due to illness.