Hibs loan round-up: First Finn Harps start for Shanley as Mallan engineers Yeni Malatyaspor winner
Our weekly round-up of how the Hibs players fared for their loan clubs over the last seven days…
Scott Allan – Inverness Caledonian Thistle
Played 69 minutes of ICT’s 1-1 draw with Dundee before completing the full 90 minutes as Neil McCann endured a losing return to Tynecastle as Hearts ran out 3-0 winners.
Jack Brydon – Stenhousemuir
A couple of tough games for the teenager as the Warriors endured a 4-0 defeat at the hands of Stranraer before a 5-1 mauling at Annan.
Josh Campbell – Edinburgh City
Got the last 12 minutes as City recorded a 1-0 win against Stirling Albion last week, and played the full 90 minutes as Gary Naysmith’s men lost by the same margin to the Binos at the weekend.
Jayden Fairley – Stenhousemuir
Came on for the last 16 minutes of the 4-0 loss to Stranraer and wasn’t involved for the 5-1 reversal at Annan.
Jamie Gullan – Raith Rovers
Returned from a calf injury to play the full 90 minutes in the 2-1 defeat by Dundee.
Tom James – Salford City
No involvement for James in Salford’s 2-0 win against Mansfield Town.
Stevie Mallan – Yeni Malatyaspor
A 69th-minute replacement in Malatyaspor’s 1-0 loss at BB Erzurumspor, and provided an assist for Benjamin Tetteh’s winning goal against Ankaragucu after coming on as a sub for the last 22 minutes.
Paddy Martin – Stenhousemuir
Martin played the full 90 minutes in both games as Stenny lost 4-0 to Stranraer and 5-1 to Annan.
Stephen McGinn – Greenock Morton
Played the full 90 minutes as Morton recorded home draws with Hearts and Alloa.
Fraser Murray – Dunfermline Athletic
A 78th-minute replacement for Ewan Henderson as the Pars won 4-3 against Arbroath at East End.
Innes Murray – Alloa Athletic
Didn't get off the bench as the Wasps recorded a 1-1 draw with Morton.
Ryan Shanley – Finn Harps
Handed a 17-minute cameo in the goalless draw with Longford Town and was given his first start in the 2-0 defeat by St Patrick’s Athletic, playing 58 minutes before being subbed.
Callum Yeats – Stenhousemuir
Continues to be played further forward in a left midfield role, and featured there in the 4-0 and 5-1 defeats by Stranraer and Annan respectively.