Easy Win For 15’s

Rangers 9 Kilmarnock 1

Rangers Under 15’s hit a bit of form in a cold spring morning at Murray Park today. When Premyslaw Dachnowicz crossed from the right for Mati Zata volley past the keeper at the back post in the opening minute the result was never in doubt. The lead could have been doubled a minute later, created by a run and cross from the left by Zak Rudden, Premyslaw Dachnowicz’s back post header forced the keeper to dive to his left to turn the ball wide of the post.

Killie then managed to hold out until the game had almost reached the half-hour mark only to be hit with another four goals before the break. Zak Rudden and Mati Zata combined on the left and when Zack Rudden played a low ball across the six-yard box Matthew Shiels arrived to knock the ball past the keeper. Within two minutes Mati Zata won the ball on the halfway line and drove forward before playing Premyslaw Dachnowicz through the inside right channel to continue into the box and slot the ball past the keeper.

In the closing minutes of the half Zack Rudden from midway inside the Killie half passed to Premyslaw Dachnowicz inside the box who turned a defender before shooting past the keeper. Right on the whistle Carlo Pignatiello sent the ball out to Matthew Shiels on the left, his pass inside picked out Mati Zata’s run into the box, he was caught as he went past the keeper and stepped up to fire the penalty high into the net.

Half-Time:-Rangers 5 Kilmarnock 0

Just over ten minutes of the second half had elapsed before Rangers scored again, Scott Gray sent in a great cross from the left and it was finished by an equally fine first time volley from Matthew Shiels. Within in a couple of minutes Kilmarnock grabbed what would prove to be a consolation goal, a cross into the box from the left broke for the Killie striker and his shot took a significant deflection to loop over Josh Donaldson and into the net.

Just after the hour a pass released Matthew Shiels inside the left side of the box, on this occasion the keeper was quick from his line to block his effort but Zak Rudden out muscled a defender in the race for the rebound before powering the ball into the net from around ten yards. Midway through the half Zak Rudden broke from the halfway line and knocked the ball past the keeper who had come racing from his penalty area before rolling the ball into the empty net.

The scoring was completed with more than a quarter of an hour remianing, Carlo Pigniatello’s pass inside the right back sent Matthew Shiels through on goal, just as he was about to shoot he was pulled back by a defender for a clear penalty and he stepped up to covert the spot kick. Rangers had further chances to add to their tally before the final whistle, Zak Rudden got to the byline and picked out Premyslaw Dachnowicz with his cut back who’s shot was blocked by the keeper’s legs.

With five minutes remaining Premyslaw Dachnowicz swung over a corner from the left that Cammy Wray rose to power a header against the Killie crossbar. On the full-time whistle Mati Zata’s pass sent Zak Rudden clean through on goal but on this occasion the keeper came quickly off his line to thwart the Rangers striker.

Full-Time:- Rangers 9 Kilmarnock 1

Rangers:- Josh Donaldson (Lewis Muir 60mins); Michael Hewitt, Lewis Mayo, Rhys Breen (Cammy Wray HT), Scott Gray; Kieran Balfour; Premyslaw Dachnowicz, Mati Zata, Matthew Shiels; Carlo Pignatiello; Zak Rudden.

Footnote:- A Matty Yates hat-trick and a single goal from Robbie Fraser gave Rangers 13’s a 4-0 win a Rugby Park. Rangers 14’s also recorded a victory at Rugby Park winning 4-1, the goals coming from Niyah Joeseph (2), Billy Gilmour & Nathan Patterson.


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