Barrie McKay, Raith Rovers
Returned to the starting lineup for Raith’s 1-0 loss to Hearts. His outing lasted only 66 minutes, as he was subbed out for Mark Stewart. McKay seems to be popular with the supporters, as the decision to remove him from the game was, according to Barry Anderson, met by jeers from the Raith faithful. This is not the first time that the fans have voiced their displeasure with removing McKay from the game.
Luca Gasparotto, Airdrieonians
Played the full 90 minutes & helped spearhead the Diamonds’ shut-out of Stenhousemuir. Airdrie has only conceded three goals in their previous five matches after giving up 12 in the six games prior to that stretch of play.
Danny Stoney, Stranraer
Stoney entered the game in the 71st minute & managed to score his second goal in the last three matches. His goal was the final tally for the day in Stranraer’s 3-1 dismantling of Ayr United.
Calum Gallagher, Cowdenbeath
Played the full 90 minutes in Cowdenbeath’s 2-1 loss to Hibs. Gallagher managed only one shot in the game, a header that sailed over the target.
Robbie Crawford, Morton
The struggling Crawford got the start in Morton’s 2-0 victory over Forfar Athletic. Crawford appeared to bounce back in form as he earned an early free kick & picked up the assist on Morton’s opening goal. Although, Crawford yet again was unable to go the full 90 – being subbed out in the 78th minute.
Tom Walsh, Stenhousemuir
Did not make the first team squad.
Craig Halkett, Clyde
Played the full 90 against Montrose in Clyde’s bounce-back 3-0 victory.
Kyle McAusland, Brechin City
Match with Stirling Albion was postponed due the Binos’ Scottish Cup tie.