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, 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.