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PostedOctober 20, 2011

Danny Mackay underwent an operation yesterday to repair cartilage damage suffered in the reserve game against Queen's Park last month. The 20-year old - who had only recently returned to fitness after 2 years on the sideline with a serious knee ligament injury - is expected to be out of action for at least 12 weeks.

Mark Ramsay returned to full training this week and is expected to feature for the reserves against Partick Thistle on Monday night. 'Mini' started the season in fine form with 4 goals in 4 starts before his campaign was interrupted after picking up an injury against Brechin City in mid August.

Colin Cameron (groin), Dean Brett (knee) and Kal Naismith (knee) will all miss out on Saturday but could come back into contention for the trip to Brechin next weekend, while Thomas O'Brien has recovered from illness and is in the squad to face Forfar Athletic.

Meanwhile, Dene Droudge continued his comeback from a long-term knee injury as he started his first game since March 2009 in the 2-1 win over Queen's Park in the Reserve League Cup on Monday night. The 22-year old played for 65 minutes after two earlier substitute appearances. All going well, Dene is likely to go out on a short-term loan in the coming weeks as he continues to build match fitness.

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