Hibs loan round-up: Campbell and Shanley on target as teams progress in Scottish Cup
Jack Brydon – Civil Service Strollers
Youngster started in defence for Strollers as they faced Elgin City in the Scottish Cup. The Christie Gillies Park side gave a good account of themselves but eventually succumbed 4-0 to City, who are second top of League Two.
Josh Campbell – Edinburgh City
Edinburgh City fought back from a goal down against Caledonian Braves to win 3-1 with Campbell scoring one and getting the assist for former Easter Road youngster Alan Reid’s own goal. Campbell is now on five goals and three assists from 14 games in all competitions.
Kevin Dabrowski – Dumbarton
No game for Dabrowski this weekend as the weather put paid to the Sons’ fixture with East Fife.
Jayden Fairley – Stenhousemuir
The 17-year-old was an 82nd minute replacement for Thomas Halleran as the Warriors eased past East of Scotland side Preston Athletic 4-1 in the Scottish Cup.
Tom James – Wigan Athletic
Versatile defender played the full 90 minutes as Wigan drew 1-1 with Shrewsbury at the weekend.
Dino Leddie – FC Malaga City
Malaga weren’t in action at the weekend.
Paddy Martin - Stenhousemuir
Goalie featured for Stenny in their 4-1 Scottish Cup victory over Preston Athletic at Ochilview. Made some good saves and could do nothing about Preston’s deflected goal.
Fraser Murray – Dunfermline Athletic
Fraser is currently recovering from a hamstring strain and wasn't risked for the 1-0 Scottish Championship win against Arbroath.
Innes Murray – Alloa Athletic
Innes played the full 90 minutes of the Wasps’ 5-2 defeat at home by Raith Rovers.
Ryan Shanley – Kelty Hearts
Striker continued his impressive form for the Lowland League side, netting the opener in their 2-1 Scottish Cup win against Jeanfield Swifts.
Callum Yeats – Stenhousemuir
Yeats is currently injured and didn’t play any part in the Warriors' 4-1 victory over Preston Athletic.
Connor Young – Civil Service Strollers
Young was named on the bench for Strollers’ trip to Elgin in the Scottish Cup, coming on as a 63rd minute replacement for Alieu Faye.