Archive for November, 2012

Youths Outplayed

November 25, 2012

Rangers 1 Kilmarnock 5

Rangers under 20’s crashed out of the youth cup today at Murray Park, outplayed and unable to cope with Killie striker Rory McKenzie they suffered a heavy defeat. The coaches may point to the greater experience in the Kilmarnock side and although results are not the main concern at this level, another early youth cup exit indicates a continuing drop in standards.

Due to the decisions made by the club with regards to what competitions they would play in this season, it is also likely to be the end of competitive football for some of these players this season, which can only hinder their development. The Kilmarnock side included three players released by the current Murray Park regime, its worth noting their progress since, with all being recognised at Scotland level and two making their debuts in the Killie first team.

The visitors could have opened the scoring in the opening minute and only a superb challenge from Luca Gaparotto diverted the shot over the crossbar. The opening goal came six minutes later, the Rangers defence struggled to clear a corner from the right and when it arrived at the edge of the box Rory McKenzie fired the ball into Blair Currie’s bottom right hand corner.

Just before the quarter hour mark a ball over the top of the Killie defence gave Jordan Wilson a chance, but keeper Devlin McKay advanced from his line to block. Two minutes later the home side missed a great chance to equalise, Charlie Telfer’s cross from the right found Darren Ramsay and his header across goal looked certain to lead to a goal until Lee Ashcroft’s brilliant block diverted Callum Gallagher’s effort over.

Rangers came close again, keeper Devlin McKay failed to hold Darren Ramsay’s corner from the right and Callum Gallagher’s shot was diverted wide by a defender. Just after the midway point in the half the visitor’s doubled their lead, there seemed little danger when Rory McKenzie collected the ball on the left hand angle of the box until he curled a superb shot past Blair Currie and into the far corner of the net.

Ten minutes before the break Kilmarnock attacked on the left side of the box and when Darren Ramsay challenged Rory McKenzie the ball broke to Chris Johnston and Blair Currie had to stretch to tip over. Another attack down the left of the verge of half-time saw Chris Johnston go past a defender before playing in Rory McKenzie with Blair Currie saving low to his left. There was still time for Rangers to threaten at the other end, a long ball sending Callum Gallagher through, he went wide of the advancing keeper Devlin McKay before firing over.

Half-Time:- Rangers 0 Kilmarnock 2

Rangers created a chance in the opening minute of the first half, substitute Jamie Burrows made progress on the right and his cutback found Tom Walsh with keeper Devlin McKay tipping his effort over. Five minutes later Devlin McKay failed to collect a free-kick from the right, Jamie Burrows tried to force the ball home but failed to connect properly and the defender cleared as the ball trickled towards the goal.

At the other end Rory McKenzie continued to terrorise the home defence, a solo run on the right took him into the box and this time his shot was parried by Blair Currie. Just after the hour Killie increased their lead, Jude Winchester broke unchallenged from halfway before passing to Rory McKenzie to shoot past Blair Currie.

A couple of minutes later Rangers got a goal back via the penalty spot, Charlie Telfer’s corner from the right broke to Luca Gasparotto just outside the six yard box and he was hauled over in the act of shooting for a clear penalty, Callum Gallagher stepped up to convert from twelve yards. Any hopes of rescuing the tie were dispelled five minutes later, Rory McKenzie broke down the right and held of Greg Pascazio as he cut into the penalty area to shoot past Blair Currie.

With fifteen minutes remaining Ross Barbour broke forward from full-back and forced a diving save to his right from Blair Currie. The scoring was completed five minutes later and it came from the other full-back, Rory McKeown’s twenty-five yarder deflecting off Luca Gasparotto before finding the net.

Full-Time:-Rangers 1 Kilmarnock 5

Rangers:- Blair Currie; Ryan Sinnamon, Luca Gasparotto, Greg Pascazio, Matty Clarke (Craig Halkett HT); Charlie Telfer, Tom Walsh (Danny Stoney 62mins), Stuart Urquhart (Jamie Burrows HT), Jordan Wilson; Darren Ramsay; Callum Gallagher.

Not Used:- Liam Kelly (Gk), Dylan Dykes

Kilmarnock:- Devlin McKay; Ross Barbour, Lee Ashcroft, Mark O’Hara, Rory McKeown; Mark Taylor (Robbie Muirhead 82mins), Ross Davidson, Craig Slater, Chris Johnston; Jude Winchester; Rory McKenzie (David McNeill 88mins)

Not Used:- Andrew Hainey

Rangers 8 Falkirk 0


Sunday morning gave me the opportunity to take in the under 14’s clash with Falkirk. With the powerful midfield trio of Aidan Wilson, Dean Picken and Jamie Barjonas Rangers dominated from start to finish

It took the home side thirteen minutes to open the scoring. Aidan Wilson sent Grant Nelson clear on the left and his low cross was volleyed into the net by Sam Jamieson. Two minutes later Grant Nelson cut in from the left and his resultant shot was just too high.

With just over twenty minutes gone Aidan Wilson rose to meet Grant Nelson’s corner from the left the Falkirk keeper stretched to touch the ball onto the crossbar with Wallace Duffy firing the rebound over. A minute later Liam Burt was clipped as he cut into the penalty area on the right, Sam Jamieson stepped up to convert despite the best effort of the Falkirk keeper.

In the final minute of the first period Wallace Duffy rose to powerfully head Liam Burt’s corner from the right past the keeper and into the net. The second period started in the same vein, with Aidan Wilson broke forward before sending a long-range shot onto the bar and over.

Two minutes later the home side scored again, Aidan Wilson headed Jamie Barjonas corner from the right towards  goal and Sam Jamieson reacted to head into the roof of the net. Rangers continued their wave of attacks, Aidan Wilson sent Scott Gray overlapping on the left and when the Falkirk defence failed to clear Liam Burt was denied when the keeper blocked with his legs.

Midway through the period Rangers scored again, Jamie Barjonas corner from the left had the keeper struggling and he only succeeded in knocking the ball against Wallace Duffy and into the net. The sixth goal came close to the end of the period, Aidan Wilson feeding Liam Burt on the right and when his low cross came into the box Grant Nelson was well placed to fire past the keeper.

The first effort on goal in the third period came when Jason Krones broke forward from the back line and sent a twenty-five yarder crashing off the crossbar. The next goal was not long in coming, Aidan Wilson progressed on the right and his low cross was deflected onto the near post by a defender with Grant Nelson forcing the ball over the line from close range.

The right hand side was the area where the next goal was created, Aidan Wilson played the ball forward to Jack Morgan and he went past the full back before sending the ball across the six yard box for Kieran Pirrie to score. Before the end of the match Rangers hit the woodwork again, this time it was Aidan Wilson’s long-range shot clipping the bar on the way over. The final chance came from a Blair Docherty solo run deep into the box only to be denied by a fine block from the keeper.

Full-Time:- Rangers 8 Falkirk 0

Rangers Squad:- Kieran Wright (Gk), Jordan Houston, Scott Gray, Wallace Duffy, Aidan Wilson, Dean Picken, Grant Nelson, Jason Krones, Sam Jamieson, Jamie Barjonas, Liam Burt, Blair Docherty, Euan McMillan, Kieran Pirrie, Lewis Ferguson, Jack Morgan

Youth Update

November 18, 2012

Ideally I would have liked to start this update with Friday’s youth friendly against Hibs, unfortunately the club deemed this game to be “Closed Door”. Since Murray Park opened and up until this season “Closed Door” youth games were as rare as a Celtic away point in the Champions League. How things change, Celtic have got three ponts and there has been FIVE “Closed Door” youth games in just over three weeks.

A weekday afternoon youth friendly would be watched by no more than thirty people. The regular attendance at youth games is transient, with 90% being parents watching their son’s progress. Ideally these parents will progress to watching their son in the reserves and then hopefully the first team. Others will move on to other clubs and naturally their parents will move on with them, to be replaced by the following year’s group of parents. Some of these parents have ferried their sons to Murray Park four times a week for several years and in a few cases over significant distances.

With a group of players too old for U17’s and not getting much game time with the reserves, these games are their only football at the moment. Where as I enjoy watching the different age groups the wider support tend to take an interest when players reach an age where a first team call up could be a possibility. It’s now becoming almost impossible to track the progress of this group and when asked how certain players are progressing my answer is increasingly becoming “I haven’t seen much of them recently”.

I honestly cannot see what the club has to gain through this policy or what damage allowing thirty or so people to take in a youth friendly could bring on the club. If this policy continues long-term the day will come when it could become a factor when a parent has to make the choice of allowing his son to continue his development at Rangers, or at a club where they are free to watch his progress.

Now back to what the blog should be about.

Rangers 7 Ayr United 1


First game of the weekend was an Under 14 friendly against Ayr United at Murray Park on Friday night. Like Sunday’s game it took the Rangers youngsters a while to get a grip on the game before eventually running out comfortable winners.

Rangers took the lead after seven minutes, Jamie Barjonas took on a couple of defenders of the right side of the penalty area and hit the byline, Wallace Duffy got on the end of his cross and his header found the net via the keeper’s right hand post. Five minutes later Ayr were back on level terms, the source was an attack down the right and a low cross which was knocked into his own net by a Rangers defender under pressure from an Ayr forward.

Midway through the first period Rangers came close to regaining the lead, Aidan Wilson’s powerful header from Jamie Barjonas corner crashing off the crossbar with the keeper beaten. A couple of minutes later another chance was passed up, Ben Andoh made his way to the byline on the left and when his low cross arrived at the back post Dean Pitchens looked certain to score but knocked the ball wide.

The final chance of the first period came when Kieran Pirrie’s turn at the edge of the box took him clear of the defence but he dragged his hot wide. Rangers regained the lead eleven minutes into the second period, Ben Andoh progressed down the right and his cross isolated the keeper with the Ayr full-back knocking the ball into the net for an Own Goal under pressure from Dean Pitchens.

With ten minutes of the period remaining Lewis Ferguson and Jack Morgan combined to send Dean Pitchens through on goal, the midfielder continuing into the box to shoot past the keeper. Rangers were now looking like adding to their tally with every attack, Liam Burt broke forward and played a one-two with Ben Andoh before going for goal with the Ayr keeper turning the ball wide. The corner from the left was cleared by the Ayr defence back out to Lewis Ferguson, this time his cross bounced inside the six yard box and Jack Morgan’s header came back off the crossbar.

Just before the end of the period Rangers scored again, Liam Burt broke forward and fed Ben Andoh on the right, his low cross broke from a challenge between Jack Morgan and a defender back into the path of Liam Burt who made no mistake. Barely sixty seconds had passed in the third period when Rangers scored again, the Ayr defence failed to clear Jamie Barjonas ‘s corner from the left and Aidan Wilson crashed a shot off the underside of the bar and over the line.

The visitor’s keeper then excelled on a couple of occasions to deny further goals. Firstly diving to his right to turn a Jack Morgan shot wide of the post after a great turn made the space for a shot. He the showed great reactions to divert a deflected Jamie Barjonas shot onto the crossbar, with Lewis Ferguson heading the rebound tamely into the keeper’s arms.

A passing move saw the ball move from Jamie Barjonas and Ben Andoh on to Kieran Pirrie who hit the byline on the right and Jack Morgan was well placed to convert his low cross. The scoring was complete when a Kieran Pirrie flick on halfway sent Jack Morgan racing clear to continue into the box and shoot past the keeper.

Full-Time:- Rangers 7 Ayr United 1

Rangers Squad:- Kieran Wright (Gk), Liam Burt, Euan McMillan, Wallace Duffy, Aidan Wilson, Lewis Ferguson, Dean Pitchens, Blair Docherty, Kieran Pirrie, Jamie Barjonas, Ben Andoh, Jack Morgan

Queen’s Park 1 Rangers 7


Sunday morning meant I could get along to Lesser Hampden to watch the under 13’s for the first time this season. Their results have been impressive and this morning that form continued with a comfortable win.

Rangers took the lead after only five minutes, Dylan Patterson broke towards the box from the left, he played a one-two with Aaron Mooney and curled a superb shot over the keeper and into the net. The same player came close seven minutes later, Carlo Pigniatello sent a cross field pass from the right to find Dylan Patterson breaking into the box on the left but this time his shot was just too high.

Rangers then carved open the home defence with a good passing move that sent Aaron Mooney clear, he went round the keeper only to be denied when a defender got back on the line to clear. The home side then created a chance through the middle with Lewis Muir racing from his area to win the challenge with the attacker to clear.

Rangers then capitalised by increasing their lead, Stephen Kelly split the defence to send Matthew Shiels through on goal, the Queen’s keeper blocked his initial effort but he was alert to knock the rebound into the net. The home side then came close when a free-kick from the right drifted just wide of Lewis Muir’s right hand post.

Rangers then hit Queen’s with two goals before the end of the first period. Matthew Shiels again was sent clear from a Carlo Pigniatello pass and this time he only need one attempt to beat the keeper. It looked like he would score a similar effort in the final minute of the period, this time the home keeper parried his shot but only into the path of Dylan Patterson who knocked the ball into the net.

The second period followed a similar pattern with Rangers on the attack, Jack Pow played the ball forward to Aaron Mooney on the right, he went past the defender and played the ball across goal to Dylan Patterson who shot just wide of the right hand post. A minute later the same combination came close, this time Dylan Patterson headed Aaron Mooney’s cross from the right wide of the same post.

The home side looked likely to score with an attack down the right but Jack Pow did well to intercept the final pass which meant the chance was not so simple and the Queen’s player shot over. The home side did reduce the deficit midway through the period, a cross from the right bounced up and hit Carlo Pigniatello on the arm and the referee awarded a rather harsh penalty which was duly converted.

Rangers replied when Stephen Kelly setup Scott Gray for a long-range effort which the keeper dived to turn wide of his right hand post. There was still time for Rangers to score before the period ended, Stephen Kelly won the ball in midfield and a superb pass sent Matthew Shiels through to complete his hat trick.

Seven minutes into the third period Rangers scored again, Scott Gray sent a free-kick in from the right and Dylan Patterson headed past the keeper to become the second player to complete their hat-trick. The next goal came with Carlo Pigniatello’s run along the right hand byline when his cutback was cleared to the edge of the box it was only as far as Dylan Patterson who found the net with a great finish.

Before the final whistle Stephen Kelly sent Aaron Mooney through the inside left channel but his shot was just wide of the far post. Right on the whistle some neat play created a chance for the home side on the left side of the box with Darren Montgomery saving bravely at the attacker’s feet.

Full-Time:- Queen’s Park 1 Rangers 7

Rangers Squad:- Lewis Muir (Gk), Darren Montgomery(Gk), Jack Pow, Scott Gray, Jack Thomson, Cammy Wray, Cammy Palmer, Carlo Pigniatello, Stephen Kelly, Aaron Mooney, Scott Blacklaw, Dylan Patterson, Matthew Shiels, Danny Finlayson

Full-Time:- Rangers 2 Queen’s Park 0


The afternoon meant a drive up to Murray Park to take in the under 17’s game. In an entertaining and fairly even game a late Ryan Hardie double secured the win for Rangers.

Queen’s Park created the first real chance after twelve minutes, when the ball was played in from the right the attacker failed to hit the target and his shot going narrowly wide of Jamie Wilson’s right hand post. The visitor’s missed a better chance on twenty-six minutes, from a corner from the right their central defender had a free header from six yards but was again wide of the right hand post.

Five minutes before the break Rangers were desperately unlucky not to take the lead. Scott Roberts run from midfield took him past two defenders and into the left side of the box, his shot beat the keeper only to come back off the left hand post and roll back into the keeper’s arms.

Half-Time:- Rangers 0 Queen’s Park 0

Seven minutes after the break Rangers came close, Lewis Morgan took on and beat the full-back on the right and crossed for Ryan Hardie to head narrowly over. Midway through the half Lewis Morgan again made progress on the right and when he played the ball back to the edge of the box for Adam Wilson to shoot wide of the keeper’s right hand post.

With five minutes remaining Rangers took the lead, a superb Lewis Morgan ball over the top of the Queen’s Park defence sent Ryan Hardie through, a great first touch enabled him to continue into the box and beat the keeper. In the final minute Rangers were under pressure from a long-throw, when the ball was played back into the box Junior Ogen attacked the ball and his clearing header gave Rangers a two on one break, Dylan Stevenson timed his pass superbly to send Ryan Hardie racing clear from halfway, he continued to round the keeper and roll the ball into the empty net.

Full-Time:- Rangers 2 Queen’s Park 0

Rangers:- Jamie Wilson; Ben Reilly, Ross McCrorie, David Browlie, Sam Liddington (Chris McDonald 67mins); Scott Roberts (Dylan Stevenson 60mins), Scott Lochrie (Junior Ogen HT), Adam Wilson, Jamie Mills (Andy McKinnon HT); Dylan Dykes (Lewis Morgan HT); Danny Stoney (Ryan Hardie HT)

14’s Breakdown Caley

November 11, 2012

Rangers 5 Inverness Caley Thistle 1


Rangers under 14’s were virtually in control from start to finish in the game against Inverness Caley Thistle at Murray Park this afternoon, but it took a goal flurry deep into the third period to make the game safe.

Rangers created a few opportunities in the opening fifteen minutes but either failed to hit the target or the shot was weak and the visitor’s keeper dealt with them comfortably. This was highlighted again on eighteen minutes when Dean Pitchens made progress on the right side of the box but shot into the side netting.

Five minutes before the end of the first period Lewis Ferguson delivered a free-kick from the left which Aidan Wilson rose to head just wide of the keepers right hand post. A minute later a great run on the left by Jack Morgan took him past two defenders but he shot across goal and wide of the far post.

A couple of minutes into the second period Aidan Wilson broke forward from the back and played a couple of one-twos before going for goal and a deflection off an Inverness defender took it just wide of the keeper’s left hand post. The defender came closer still two minutes later, he began the move with a pass to Sam Jamieson who took on the Caley defence on the left side of the penalty area, leaving two defenders in his wake his cut-back found Aidan Wilson and a goal looked certain until a defender popped up to clear from the line.

On a rare forage forward Rangers had keeper Lewis Muir to thank for keeping them on level terms. Initially Wallace Duffy did well to disposes the Caley attacker only to then lose possession deep inside his own penalty area, but his was rescued when keeper Lewis Muir blocked at close range. Rangers then capitalised by taking the lead in the fortieth minute, Liam Burt played a free-kick from the right up to Aidan Wilson at the edge of the box, he turned and shot and with the aid of a deflection the ball looped into the top corner.

Five minutes later Sam Jamieson side-stepped a defender at the edge of the box before playing in Blair Docherty  with the Caley keeper saving with his legs. The next chance came from a Ben Andoh corner from the right, but Wallace Duffy didn’t quite connect properly and the keeper saved. The second goal was only delayed a further minute, Sam Jamieson attacked the penalty area and a one-two with Ben Andoh sent him free to slot past the keeper. The visitors then pulled a goal back right on the whistle to end the second period, when the ball was played through the centre of the Rangers defence the striker looked clearly offside, but he was allowed to continue to round Lewis Muir and reduce the deficit.

Rangers started the third period on the attack and good play on the right by Kieran ????? and a cutback to Sam Jamieson brought out a save low to his left from the Inverness keeper. Rangers regained their two goal advantage just before the turn round in the third period and it was a great individual effort. Sam Jamieson collected the ball in midfield and went past a defender before beating the keeper from around twenty-five yards.

In the final five minutes Rangers scored another couple of goals to put a more realistic reflection on their superiority. Aidan Wilson split the defence with a superb pass to send Jay Willis through on the left side of the box and he slotted the ball past the keeper. Jay Willis then went passed a defender on the left side of the box before the second defender took his legs from him for a clear penalty, and he coolly stepped up to convert from the spot.

Full-Time:-Rangers 5 Inverness Caley Thistle 1

Rangers Squad:- Lewis Muir(Gk), Liam Burt, Euan McMillan, Wallace Duffy, Aidan Wilson, Lewis Ferguson, Jack Morgan, Blair Docherty, Kieran ?????, Dean Pitchens, Ben Andoh, Sam Jamieson, Jay Willis.

Footnote:- At the same time Rangers Under 13’s beat their Inverness CT counterparts 8-0.

17’s Make It Three From Three

November 8, 2012

Rangers 3 Queen’s Park 0


Rangers under 17’s went top of the Glasgow Cup Qualifying Group at Murray Park tonight. A win against Queen’s Park made it three wins in three games to maintain their 100% record.

It was the visitor’s who had the first chance of the game in the opening minute, Tom Collins broke clear on the right hand side of the box but he delayed his shot to long and Greg Pascazio got back to dispossess the striker and clear the danger. Rangers took the lead on thirteen minutes, Tom Walsh delivered a free-kick from the left and David Brownlie rose to send a glancing header into the net.

The rest of the first half was a fairly even affair which each side having a couple of long-range efforts and the odd scramble in either penalty box but neither keeper was seriously troubled.

Half-Time:- Rangers 1 Queen’s Park 0

Just over a quarter of an hour had passed in the second half when Queen’s Park created a chance through the middle of the Rangers defence but substitute Jordan Davidson shot over. Rangers replied a minute later, Scott Roberts who was making his long-awaited return from injury played a corner on the left short to Danny Stoney on the angle of the box and his effort took a deflection forcing Danny McLean to tip over.

Midway through the half Tom Walsh’s cross from the left was almost converted by Ryan Hardie at the back post, but the striker’s effort was narrowly wide. Three minutes later Rangers doubled their lead, Scott Roberts crossed from the right, Adam Wilson laid the ball back into the path of  Tom Walsh on the edge of the box and he sent a shot into the top corner of the net with the aid of a slight deflection.

Rangers put an extra bit of gloss on the scoreline with a third goal in the final minute, Dylan Dykes picked up a slack pass on the right and played the ball inside to Tom Walsh on the edge of the box, the midfielder made half a yard of space before firing past Danny McLean.

Full-Time:- Rangers 3 Queen’s Park 0

Rangers:- Robbie McCrorie; Ryan Sinnamon, David Brownlie, Greg Pascazio, Jamie Mills; Ryan Hardie, Dylan Dykes, Tom Walsh, Andy McKinnon (Adam Wilson 56mins); Danny Stoney (Junior Ogen 77mins); Gloady Ntumba (Scott Roberts 56mins).

Not Used:- Jamie Wilson(Gk),

Queen’s Park:- Danny McLean; Kyle Chalmers, Dale Jones, Connor Murray, Ross Gemmell; David Ramsay, Jim Marr, Macauley Wilson, Jamie Gallagher (Chris Scott 63mins); Paul Brown (Jordan Davidson 49mins); Tom Collins.

Not Used:- Adam Lowe, Danny Smith, Ross Costello

15’s Edge Out Aberdeen

November 4, 2012

Rangers 1 Aberdeen 0


A Jamie Barjonas goal was enough for Rangers under 15’s to edge out Aberdeen in an entertaining game at Murray Park this afternoon. The visitors were the first to threaten after six minutes with an attack through the centre of Rangers defence and Robbie McCrorie dived to his right to turn the ball wide of his post. Rangers broke quickly from the corner, Josh Jeffries passing to Jamie Barjonas on the right, his crossfield pass gave John Cunningham a chance on the left side of the penalty area , he knocked it past the advancing keeper but wide of the left hand post.

John Cunningham was soon chasing a ball over the top of the Aberdeen defence but the visitor’s keeper was quick from his line to save at the striker’s feet. Just before the quarter-hour mark he surpassed that with a point-blank save, Max Ashmore sent the ball out to Josh Jeffries on the left, he advanced to the byline and cut the ball back across goal where John Cunningham made space to turn and shoot with the keeper blocking with his legs.

Next up was a surging run forward from Lewis White taking him past two defenders and into the box before going for goal with the keeper saving low at his right hand post. At the other end a free-kick on the left hand angle of the box broke to the Aberdeen player in front of goal, and Robbie McCrorie did well to block at close range and the danger was cleared.

A couple of minutes before the break Rangers took the lead, Josh Jeffries made space to shoot at the edge of the box which the keeper dived to his right to parry, John Cunningham collected the ball on the byline and played it back into the middle, with the Aberdeen defence struggling to clear, the ball landed at the feet of Jamie Barjonas who fired into the net from just inside the box.

Half-Time:- Rangers 1 Abderdeen o

Rangers had the bulk of possession in the early part of the second half but without creating any real goalscoring opportunities, as the half wore on the visitors came more into the game and had what was probably the best two chances of the half.

With just less than quarter of an hour remaining an attack down the right saw the ball played low into the box and a deflection took it into the path of an attacker, but he failed to connect properly and Robbie McCrorie save comfortably. With six minutes remaining a throw in on the left was knocked into the danger area where it was played towards goal and Robbie McCrorie dived to his left to parry.

Full-Time:- Rangers 1 Aberdeen 0

Rangers Squad:- Robbie McCrorie (Gk), Cammy Price, Lewis White, Ross McCrorie, Reagan Milne, Max Ashmore, Reece Duncan, Jamie Brandon, John Cunningham, Josh Jeffries, Jamie Barjonas, Rhys Young, Jack Gilmour, Garry McGreish, George Bowyer.