Lewis MacLeod celebrates with Nicky Law and Nicky Clark after Rangers sealed the win with a second goal
TWO late goals gave Rangers their first three points of the Championship season as Lewis Macleod and Nicky Clark secured victory against Falkirk.
Off the back of Sunday’s 2-1 defeat to Hearts in their SPFL opener at Ibrox, the Light Blues were short of their best for much of this game.
Indeed, it was only when they finally took a lead through Macleod after 77 long minutes that they displayed much confidence.
Big Jig opened the scoring for Rangers from the penalty spot
RANGERS put the club’s off-field problems behind them as they turned in a good performance and drew 1-1 with Newcastle United at Ibrox.
Lee McCulloch’s penalty gave the Scottish League One title title favourites a sixth-minute lead and they competed well in an encouraging first-half display.
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ALLY McCOIST stole the show as only he can with an excellent double as Rangers Legends beat their Manchester United counterparts 4-1 at Ibrox.
In an enjoyable charity match, Ronny Johnsen put the visitors ahead with a well-worked goal in the early stages.
Rangers SFL3 League Champions 2012/13
RANGERS completed their historic campaign in SFL3 with a 1-0 victory over Ian Little’s Berwick on a memorable day at Ibrox Stadium.
A Fraser Aird header in the first half gave the Light Blues their 25th win of the season but the result was almost irrelevant as 50,048 – a world record for a fourth tier league fixture – created a party atmosphere on the day the Third Division trophy will be held aloft.
Hawick RSC are pleased to announce that the dominoes are on the 27th December 2012 at the 111 Lodge, Commercial Road Be there for 18.30pm – 19:00pm.