Rangers Loan Report: A first goal & an injury forces youngster to hospital

Kyle McAusland, courtesy of Derek Watt

Kyle McAusland, Brechin City

Went the full 90 in the #6 shirt & won over the home faithful by poking home the team’s third goal in a 3-1 victory over Morton.  McAusland’s first touch was key on the goal, as he deftly gained control in a crowded Morton box before picking his spot on the shot.  He nearly added a second in extra time but was denied by the goal post.

Robbie Crawford, Morton

Had a couple of chances on goal in the same match, but failed to find the necessary finish.  Early on his shot was deflected out for a corner & then he launched a long range effort over the crossbar.  In a moment of Rangers-on-Rangers crime, Crawford was fouled in the 18th minute by Kyle McAusland.  Crawford was also booked for a harsh challenge on Alan Trouten.  Managed back-to-back shots on goal towards the end of the match with neither getting behind the goalie.

Craig Halkett, Clyde FC

Moments after nearly scoring off of a header, Halkett was stretchered off the pitch after injuring himself going in for a tackle.  He was then taken to a local hospital for further tests on the injury.  Clyde defeated Turriff United 3-0 in the second round of the Scottish Cup.

Barrie McKay, courtesy of Eddie Doig

Barrie McKay, Raith Rovers

McKay nearly opened up the scoring against Hibs, as he dragged the ball into a more central position & fired a strike directly into the cross bar.  It would have been a spectacular follow up to his Man of the Match performance last week.  McKay was subbed out a few minutes after Raith scored the equalizing goal in a 1-1 draw.

Luca Gasparotto, Airdrieonians

Went the full 90 in Airdrie’s 2-1 loss to Forfar Athletic.

Calum Gallagher, Cowdenbeath

Went the distance in a 0-0 draw with Dumbarton.  Gallagher only managed one shot on goal, a long range effort that forced the keeper into a save.

Danny Stoney, Stranraer

Came on as a substitute in the 86th minute in a 1-1 draw with Stenhousemuir.

Tom Walsh, Stenhousemuir

Yet again, Walsh did not make the first team squad.  Injuries have prevented Walsh from making his mark on this current loan spell.

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