Andrew MacDonald reports on how our U20 players fared on loan at Junior clubs across Scotland at the weekend. Only four players had matches, as many fixtures fell victim to the weather.
Full-back Brooklyn Mair made his debut for Rosyth, as his new side came from behind to defeat Livingston United 5-1 in the East Region South Division. Mair played 85 minutes at right-back, where he tackled well and used the ball effectively. Rosyth currently sit in eighth place in their league.
U20 captain Ryan Lockie played 90 minutes as his Camelon side progressed to the third round of the East of Scotland Cup, defeating Downfield 4-2 on penalties after a 2-2 draw. The left-back gave a typically solid defensive performance and contributed an assist as he curved a cross to the back post for Camelon’s second goal. Ross Cameron made his debut for Camelon off the bench, as he played the final 30 minutes. The forward was involved in the build-up play for the second goal.
Reg McLaren’s Luncarty also progressed to the third round of the East of Scotland Cup after winning 1-0 at home to Fauldhouse. The striker made a nuisance of himself for the final 15 minutes of the match after coming on as a sub.