Four of the six Saints players out on-loan were in action over the last week with Euan O'Reilly putting in a Man of the Match performance during BSC Glasgow's 3-0 victory over Vale of Leithen.
Ben Quigley also featured for BSC Glasgow alongside Euan O'Reilly but Cammy Ballantyne remains sidelined through injury.
Ali McCann helped Stranraer mount a superb comeback to ease their Ladbrokes League One relegation worries while Steven Anderson was part of a Partick Thistle defence that kept a shutout but finished the weekend bottom of pile in the Championship.
Kyle McClean was an unused substitute for Linfield in their 0-0 draw with Crusaders.
Euan O'Reilly & Ben Quigley (BSC Glasgow)
BSC Glasgow had two games in three days starting with a midweek trip to Vale of Leithen in the Scottish Lowland League.
Ben Quigley played the full 90 minutes of that match but it was Euan O'Reilly who stole the show in a 3-0 victory for BSC.
Euan put in a Man of the Match performance providing the assists for two of the three goals which helped his side remain in 2nd place in the table.
BSC followed that up by crashing title-winning East Kilbride's party with a 2-1 victory against the league leaders. Ben Quigley was an unused substitute but O'Reilly was involved again and came close to opening the scoring when his cross-come-shot crashed off the post.
Next up for BSC Glasgow is a home clash with East Stirlingshire on Saturday at 3PM.
Ali McCann (Stranraer)
Ali McCann helped his Stranraer side mount a superb comeback after overturning a 2-0 deficit to beat Raith Rovers 3-2 in Kirkcaldy.
The win goes a long way to helping ease Stranraer's relegation worries in Ladbrokes League One, moving them four points clear of Brechin City and Stenhousemuir.
Ali got another 90 minutes under his belt and came close to scoring his first goal for Stranraer with the game poised at 2-2 but his effort was blocked by the Raith defence.
Next up for Ali and Stranraer it's a home clash with relegation rivals Brechin City on Saturday at 3PM.
Steven Anderson (Partick Thistle)
Steven Anderson was part of a Partick Thistle defence which kept a clean sheet against league leaders Ross County at the weekend in a 0-0 stalemate.
Ando - who already has three goals for his loan club - came close to clinching all three points for Thistle when he was denied late on by County 'keeper Scott Fox.
Despite the good result for Gary Caldwell's men they slipped to bottom of the table in a relegation scrap in the Ladbrokes Championship. Thistle will be looking to Ando for his experience and leadership to try and find a way out of trouble in the final matches of the season.
Next up for the Firhill outfit is a huge clash at home to Alloa on Saturday at 3PM.
PICTURED: Euan O'Reilly in action for BSC Glasgow (Image courtesy of BSC Glasgow FC)
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