Four young loanees were in action in the Ladbrokes Championship and League Two at the weekend.
Jake Hastie played 74 minutes for Alloa Athletic in a bottom-of-the-table clash with Falkirk.
The two sides were locked on points going into the game, with the Wasps narrowly ahead on goal difference.
Former ‘Well man Deimantas Petravicius opened the scoring for the Bairns, with Paul Paton doubling the advantage in the first half.
Hastie then set up Alan Trouten to get his side back into the game just before the break, and the on-loan winger had just been subbed off when Trouten struck the equalising goal.
Morton hosted Dundee United, looking to claw their way back into play-off contention.
Ross MacLean came on as a sub with 18 minutes to go, and Gregor Buchanan’s equaliser arrived shortly after in a 1-1 draw at Cappielow.
In League Two, Neil McLaughlin played 90 minutes for Stirling Albion as they drew 1-1 with Queen’s Park, while PJ Morrison was back in action for Albion Rovers in their 4-2 loss at Elgin City.