Murray v Murray, Young goal, Gallantes KO: How Hibs' loan players fared over the weekend

The two Murrays went head-to-head at the weekend wth Innes notching an assist and Fraser's Dunfermline team winning 4-1The two Murrays went head-to-head at the weekend wth Innes notching an assist and Fraser's Dunfermline team winning 4-1
The two Murrays went head-to-head at the weekend wth Innes notching an assist and Fraser's Dunfermline team winning 4-1
A number of Hibs’ loan players were in action this weekend – here’s how they fared…

Jack Brydon – Civil Service Strollers

Brydon lined up for Strollers in their match against Gala Fairydean Rovers at Netherdale but the Capital club were on the wrong end of a 3-1 scoreline. Strollers’ next match is away to Bo’ness United on Wednesday October 28.

Josh Campbell – Edinburgh City

Edinburgh City hosted Cowdenbeath in League Two on Saturday but despite the visitors having a man sent off after just half an hour, the Citizens fell to a 1-0 defeat courtesy of Brad Smith’s 78th-minute winner. Campbell played the full 90 minutes in central midfield for James McDonaugh’s side. City’s next match is at home to Elgin on Saturday October 31.

Kevin Dabrowski – Dumbarton

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Dumbarton’s home match with Clyde fell victim to the weather, with a waterlogged pitch preventing the fixture from going ahead. The Sons host Airdrie next weekend.

Jayden Fairley – Stenhousemuir

Stenhousemuir were held to a 2-2 draw by visitors Stirling Albion with the Binos scoring a 90th-minute equaliser to earn a share of the spoils. Fairley was an unused substitute. Stenny travel to Fife to face Cowdenbeath next weekend.

Yrick Gallantes – ADT

The Philippines Football League had been due to start on Sunday October 25 but will now start on Wednesday following positive Covid-19 tests for some players and inclement weather in the area.

Gallantes said: “We were saddened to hear the news but we respect the protocols and understand what needs to take place as the PFF and the PFL need to take action as the health of the teams and others are the number one priority.

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"We have to take better care and continue to do everything we can to stay active in our rooms and not let this stop us. We hope that everyone is okay.”

Tom James – Wigan Athletic

Tom James lined up at right-back for Wigan against Plymouth and started the move leading to the Latics’ equaliser. The game finished 1-1 and John Sheridan’s man are back in action on Tuesday night at MK Dons.

Dino Leddie – CD Almunecar City

Centre-back Leddie wasn't involved as the Spaniards recorded a 1-1 draw with Cullar Vega in the season opener. Almunecar City's next match is on November 1 against CD Juventud Sexitana.

Fraser Murray – Dunfermline Athletic

Murray played the full 90 minutes for Dunfermline in their match against Alloa at the Indodrill Stadium, helping the Pars to a 4-1 win. They face Queen of the South at East End Park on October 31.

Innes Murray – Alloa Athletic

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The other Murray played 74 minutes for Alloa in their home clash with Dunfermline and registered an assist for Kevin Cawley's goal on the stroke of half-time. The Wasps were due to face Hearts this weekend but the Scottish Cup semi-final means that fixture has been postponed and their next match is at home to Dundee on Friday November 6.

Callum Yeats – Stenhousemuir

Yeats played the full 90 minutes for the Warriors against Stirling Albion and the left-back’s deep cross led to the penalty award for Stenhousemuir’s second goal.

Connor Young – Civil Service Strollers

Connor Young scored Strollers’ goal from the penalty spot in the 3-1 defeat by Gala.

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