LOAN WATCH: Hendry helps Brechin to win

Three Saints players are currently out on-loan to clubs in the lower Scottish leagues in order to gain some first-team experience and all three played for their sides last weekend.

The three loanees had different fortunes - Brechin City (Callum Hendry) enjoyed an away victory while BSC Glasgow (Ross Sinclair) drew. Berwick Rangers (Greg Hurst) suffered a defeat and in the wake of that they are now on the lookout for a new manager.

Callum Hendry (Brechin City)

Callum started for Brechin on Saturday as Darren Dods' men ran out 3-1 winners away to Airdrie in League One.

The striker played for 76 minutes and had a couple of chances to score but it was former Saints striker Andy Jackson who stole the limelight with a brace.

Callum has 1 goal and 1 assist so far in 5 appearances for the Glebe Park outfit. His next match for the club will be away to East Fife on October 20th.

Greg Hurst (Berwick Rangers)

Greg has returned to Shielfield Park for his second loan spell at the club having previously spent time there during the 2016/17 season.

He made his first appearance from the bench in a 3-2 defeat against Clyde and made his first start last weekend against top of the table Edinburgh City.

Despite playing the full 90 minutes, Greg was unable to stop City running out 3-0 winners and he will now be playing for a new manager at Berwick after Robbie Horn resigned following Saturday's defeat.

Berwick's next match is on Saturday October 20th against Gretna 2008 in the Scottish Cup.

Ross Sinclair (BSC Glasgow)

Young 'keeper Ross Sinclair made his debut for Lowland League side BSC Glasgow in a 2-1 victory over Civil Service Strollers and has played 4 times since joining the club, keeping 1 clean sheet.

BSC Glasgow are undefeated since Ross joined and he played on Saturday as they drew 2-2 with Cumbernauld Colts.

The youngster has been called up to the Scotland U18 squad and their first match is against Uzbekistan tomorrow before playing France on Friday.

PICTURE: Callum Hendry scoring his first goal for Brechin against Forfar (credit: Brechin City Football Club)