Hibs loan round-up: Gullan winner, and victories for Allan and Shanley
A number of Hibs loanees were in action over the last few days despie the international break. Here’s a quick round-up of how the Easter Road representatives fared.
Scott Allan – Inverness Caledonian Thistle
The playmaker was a second-half substitute for the Caley Jags as they won 1-0 at home to Arbroath, playing 35 minutes of the second period.
Jack Brydon – Stenhousemuir
The defender was not named in Davie Irons’ matchday squad for the defeat by Edinburgh City.
Josh Campbell – Edinburgh City
Campbell missed the Citizens’ back-to-back wins against Albion Rovers and Stenhousemuir.
Jayden Fairley – Stenhousemuir
Fairley came off the bench for the last nine minutes of Stenny’s 3-1 loss at Ainslie Park against Edinburgh City.
Jamie Gullan – Raith Rovers
The forward was a 65th minute replacement for Gozie Ugwu in Raith’s home match with Morton and the on-loan Hibee netted the only goal of the game on 82 minutes to secure all three points for the Stark’s Park outfit.
Tom James – Salford City
Welshman was not involved as Salford lost 1-0 at Exeter City.
Stevie Mallan – Yeni Malatyaspor
Mallan wasn’t in action for the Turkish side owing to the international break.
Paddy Martin – Stenhousemuir
‘Keeper made some good stops but was powerless to prevent Edinburgh City recording a 3-1 win against the Warriors.
Stephen McGinn – Greenock Morton
McGinn played the full 90 minutes as Morton succumbed to a 1-0 defeat in Kirkcaldy, with Easter Road colleague Jamie Gullan scoring the winner for Raith.
Fraser Murray – Dunfermline Athletic
Murray was involved as the Pars got off to a dream start against Dundee at Dens Park with two goals in the opening six minutes but Stevie Crawford’s side ended up losing 3-2.
Innes Murray – Alloa Athletic
The other Murray was an unused substitute as Alloa drew 2-2 at home to Ayr United.
Ryan Shanley – Finn Harps
Shanley made his second appearance for Ollie Horgan’s side, again off the bench in the second half, as Finn Harps recorded an impressive 2-1 win at Dundalk. Harps are now top of the league with two wins from two.