Rangers Loan Report: It was a good day for the troupe of loanees

Danny Stoney, courtesy of Dick Sargent

Danny Stoney, Stranraer

Stoney picked up the primary assist on Stranraer’s second goal in their surprising 2-0 away win over Ayr United.  Stoney played the full 90 minutes in Stranraer’s first win of the season.

Calum Gallagher, Cowdenbeath

Set up Cowdenbeath’s second goal in their 3-2 loss to Hibernian.  According to Hibs official site, Gallagher fired in a cross that was bumbled by Hibs’ keeper & then slotted home by Cowdenbeath’s Jon Robertson.  Gallagher was subbed out in the 79th minute.

Robbie Crawford, Morton

Scored the winning goal for Morton in a 2-1 victory over Airdrieonians.  Crawford cleaned up a rebound from six yards out in the 69th minute.  He had a couple more chances to add to his tally, as it appears that the midfielder is truly thriving in his stint with his hometown club.

Luca Gasparotto, Airdrieonians

Played the entire match in the 2-1 loss to Robbie Crawford & Morton.  Morton dominated possession (63% to 37%) but only managed four more shots.

Craig Halkett, Clyde

Played the full match in the 1-0 loss to East Stirling.

Tom Walsh, Stenhousemuir

Did not make the fist team squad.  Wonder if he carried a bit of a knock upon going out on loan.

Barrie McKay, Raith Rovers

Did not play given that Raith played Rangers.

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