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Loan Watch

During the January transfer window a number of players moved out on loan to play regular football. Here's a look at how some of them got on last weekend. 

Ross Stewart played the full 90 minutes in Alloa's 1-0 win over Forfar Athletic that saw Jim Goodwin's side climb up to third place in Ladbrokes League One. Jordan Kirkpatrick also started for The Wasps before being replaced by Callum Smith on 76 minutes. Darren Whyte returned from injury to start for The Loons, but only managed 45 minutes as he was subbed at half-time. 

Darryl Duffy played 85 minutes for Airdrieonians as they fell to a narrow 2-1 loss away to league leaders Raith Rovers. 

Robbie Leitch was a second half substitute on Saturday as he replaced Anton Brady in Queens Park's 2-0 win away to East Fife. 

Cameron MacPherson was set to make his first start for Stranraer, but their match against Arbroath at Stair Park was called off due to a waterlogged pitch. 

Andrew McDonald scored the winner for Elgin City as they defeated Annan Athletic 2-1 in League Two. The 20 year-old played the full 90 minutes for City as they sit two points off the promotion play-offs. Evan Horne and Conor O'Keefe both started for Annan, with the former playing the full match and the latter being substituted on 56 minutes. It was Evan Horne's free kick which helped lead to Steven Swinglehurst's opener, but the Galabankies couldn't hold on as they remain in sixth place. 


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