By CRAIG GAMBLE
THERE has been no shortage of activity during the first three weeks of the January transfer window in Scotland’s fourth tier.
Sixth placed Stirling Albion have been the busiest of the bunch with seven new faces joining the ranks.
The Binos are currently three points behind fourth placed Annan and have called upon experienced stopper Frazer Wright to help them in their push for a play-off spot.
The former Kilmarnock and St Johnstone man was released by Dumbarton at the beginning of the month and immediately joined his former Saints team-mate Dave Mackay at Stirling.
The Perth’s side’s Scottish Cup-winning skipper took up the managerial post at Forthbank in November.
Every team in the division has been active this window, with second placed Arbroath the next busiest team making five additions to their squad.
Here is the full round-up of January transfers so far in the Ladbrokes League Two:
Smart Osadolor (Rossvale Juniors)
Aidan Smith (Queen of the South, extension of loan)
Nathan Flanagan (St Mirren, extension of loan)
Peter Weatherson (Shettleston Juniors)
Bryan Hodge (Stirling Albion)
Josh Skelly (Dundee, extension of loan)
Eddie Ferns (Stirling Albion)
Jass Sukar (Dundee United, extension of loan)
Donald McCallum (Dumbarton, loan)
Michael Dunlop (Arbroath)
Gary Phillips (Arbroath)
Brett Long (Dundee United, loan)
Marc McKenzie (Stirling Albion)
Ryan Finnie (Annan Athletic)
Lewis Moore (Hearts, extension of loan)
Liam Henderson (Falkirk, loan)
Scott Rumsby (Peterhead)
Josh Walker (Bengaluru FC)
Marc Waters (Queen’s Park)
Eoghan McCawl (St Johnstone, extension of loan)
Eddie Malone (Spartans)
Dylan Thomas (Aberdeen, loan)
Cammy Ballantyne (Dundee United, extension of loan)
Matty Smith (Dundee United, loan)
Willie Robertson (Annan Athletic)
Connor McLaren (St Johnstone, loan)
Conor Quigley (Dundee, loan)
Liam Caddis (Ardrossan Winton Rovers)
Frazer Wright (Dumbarton)
Callum Morrison (Hearts, extension of loan)
Calvin Colquhoun (Dundee, extension of loan)