Rangers' loan stars had a mixed bag of results around the country this weekend.

The Ibrox outfit have 12 players away at different clubs playing their football.

Here, we at Herald and Times Sport have compiled the stats from this weekend and examined which Light Blues loanees shone and which could have done better.

Jamie Murphy (Hibs)

Subbed off after 64 minutes but had already made a contribution before then. The playmaker started behind Martin Boyle and Christian Doidge and was thwarted by a Hamilton defender as he went close to scoring.

Played his part in Hibs' 2-0 win over the Accies at Easter Road.

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Jordan Jones (Sunderland)

The Englishman came off the bench for the Black Cats after 65 minutes away from home against Burton.

The points were pretty much in the bag for his side but he still managed to test goalkeeper Ben Garratt with a long-range drive before providing the perfectly weighted assist for the third goal, scored by Charlie Wyke.

Glenn Middleton (St Johnstone)

Another player who had to be content with a place on the bench for Saints, Middleton managed 15 minutes of action away to Motherwell at Fir Park.

He replaced man of the match Guy Melamed after the game was won but set about continuing his direct wing play and never shied away from the action. Always looks dangerous, just wasn't given enough time this week.

Stephen Kelly (Ross County)

Some clever touches for the young midfielder before he was subbed off as the Staggies earned a vital 1-0 win over Celtic in Dingwall.

It was a massive result for County - as well as the Hoops - as it now means Rangers are 18 points clear and just a couple of wins away from securing the title. Kelly was subbed after 68 minutes but his pals were able to see out the win and notch important points to haul themselves off the foot of the table.

Brandon Barker (Oxford Utd)

Barker couldn't help his side to a third league victory in a row as they were held to a goalless draw away at struggling Ipswich.

The Ibrox winger was dangerous on the flank and constantly tried to make things happen for the Us but, ultimately, was subbed with three minutes to go after his striker teammates were unable to convert any of his deliveries.

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George Edmundson (Derby County)

Couldn't prevent his side going down 2-1 away to Watford on Friday evening's action.

Made his second appearance for the Rams but Joao Pedro and Will Hughes's early goals made it difficult for Edmundson and his teammates to get back into the match. An own goal from the Wasps' William Troost-Ekong was too little, too late.

Ben Williamson (Arbroath)

The youngster, 19, played the full 90 minutes as his side earned a brilliant - and vital - 1-0 win over Raith Rovers at Gayfield Park.

Former Partick Thistle star Kris Doolan netted the winner but it could've been 2-0 when midfielder Williamson forced stopper Jamie MacDonald into a terrific save. The only blemish was the yellow card he picked up.

James Maxwell (Queen of the South)

Maxwell put in another impressive shift at left-back for Queen's in a 3-2 win away from home to Dundee.

His side led 2-0 then 3-2 at Dens Park and walked away with a big three points.

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Rhys Breen (Queen of the South)

The defender notched Queens's second goal of the afternoon alongside his pal Maxwell.

It was his first professional strike of his career, nodding in a header in the first-half.

Josh McPake (Harrogate Town)

Perhaps his side's most creative player on the day in a disappointing 3-1 away defeat to Scunthorpe.

The former Greenock Morton loanee had a handful of chances to score but was often kept out by goalkeeper Mark Howard.

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Lewis Mayo (Dunfermline)

Helped his side earn a 2-1 win over Alloa at East End Park. New boy Craig Wighton's brace cancelled out Kevin Cawley's leveller. Mayo played the full 90 minutes.

Kai Kennedy (Raith)

Quiet by his standards as Raith lost to Arbroath. Still, 90 minutes under his belt.

Did not play:

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