Weekend Developement Games

With the younger age groups taking on Falkirk I managed to take in two games over the weekend.

On Saturday the Under 17’s deserved their win, although the three goal margin was perhaps a bit flattering. All the goals came in the second-half with the first coming from a rather soft penalty, the referee seen an infringement when the ball was delivered into the box from a free-kick. Gregor Fotheringham stepped up to score from the spot.

The second goal came when Marc Dyer was played through and he rounded the keeper before rolling the ball home. And Marc Dyer was involved in the third, getting a flick on to a long ball to send George Scott through to shoot past the keeper.

Rangers Squad:- Connor Shaw (GK), Sam George (GK), Mark Taylor, Robbie McIntyre, Jordan Wilson, Stuart Urquhart, Gregor Fotheringham, George Scott, Lewis McLeod, Callum Wyllie, Darren Ramsay, Andy Murdoch, Marc Dyer, Darren McGill.

On Sunday the Under 15’s dominated from start to finish and could have scored a few more goals. The two they did get were excellent strikes, the first coming in the second thirty minute period. When the Falkirk defence cleared the ball following a corner Lewis Martin strode on to the ball and send an unstoppable thirty yarder into the net.

Tom Walsh added the second in the third period, making space for himself at the edge of the box he shot into the top right hand corner giving the Falkirk keeper no chance.

Rangers Squad:- Liam Kelly (GK), Ryan Sinnamon, Jamie Mills, Greg Pascazio, Robert McLardie, Scott Roberts, Lewis Martin, Tom Walsh, Dylan Dykes, Danny Stoney, Gloady Ntumba, Lewis Morgan, Kjeld McIntyre and a Trialist


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