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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. 

Jordan Kirkpatrick scored the winner for Alloa in their 2-1 win away to Queens Park. The midfielder's 75th minute strike earned The Wasps all three points and move them seven points clear of fifth place Stranraer. Ross Stewart, fresh from scoring a hat-trick for Alloa in a 5-3 win against Abroath last week, was a second half substitute while Robbie Leitch started for Queens Park before being subbed in the 72nd minute. 

Darren Whyte played the full 90 minutes as Forfar fell to a 2-0 defeat away to Arbroath in League One.

Darryl Duffy was a second half substitute for Airdrieonians as he replaced Joshua Edwards, but the veteran striker couldn't help prevent The Diamonds from defeat to East Fife.

In League Two, Conor O'Keefe netted his second goal for Annan Athletic as they scored two late goals to put pressure on Edinburgh City in the final stages. It wasn't enough though as City ran out 3-2 winners. Evan Horne played the full 90 minutes for The Galabankies as they remain in sixth. 

Andrew McDonald played the full 90 minutes for Elgin City as they edged to within one point of fourth placed Stenhousemuir thanks to a 3-0 win over Berwick Rangers at Borough Briggs. 

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