WITH several Rangers players plying their trade across British football this season, we take a look at how they fared over the weekend.

Scottish Premiership

Michael O’Halloran (St Johnstone)

The newly crowned player of the month continued his superb scoring form for Saints over the weekend, netting the opener in their 1-1 draw against Hibernian.

The winger now has five goals in six games for the Perth side, who are third in the league standings, after applying the finishing touch to a breakaway move.

Azerbaijan Premier League

Andy Halliday (Qabala)

It was more of the same for the midfielder, who was again an unused substitute as Qabala drew 1-1 with Zira in Azerbaijan.

English League One

Harry Forrester (AFC Wimbledon)

Forrester made his third appearance for the League One club, coming off the bench for the final half an hour in a 2-0 home defeat to Portsmouth.

Joe Dodoo (Charlton)

Despite scoring on his debut against Oldham last week, Dodoo was restricted to only four minutes of game time from the bench as Charlton beat Southend United 2-1.

Scottish League Two

Robby McCrorie (Berwick Rangers)

Berwick’s number one conceded from a free-kick after two minutes in a 1-0 defeat away to Edinburgh City that saw the Wee Rangers drop down to eighth place in League Two.