Danny Baily turned the clock back with a vintage performance as he notched a hat trick to secure three points for Rangers in their local derby against Honiton.
Rangers were quickly on the front foot from the first whistle and took the lead after only three minutes when Marcus Fanson cut in from the right to score with an angled drive from 10 yards. This should have been the boost the home needed to go on and put the game to bed but we squandered chance after chance and even had to thank Rob in goal to keep us in front with a couple of fine blocks. Eventually on the half hour Dan drove the ball home from the edge of the box from a Marcus cross. Marcus then hit the inside of the post and then right on the stroke of half time Ollie hit the inside of the post, the ball was cleared up field where the visitors won a corner. Lewis Couch was left completely unmarked at the back post to score with a header and throw Honiton a lifeline.
Rangers went on to dominate the second half but Honiton were always in the game until with 70 minutes gone Bailo scored his second from the edge of the box he was to repeat the feat ten minutes later to secure the win.
Liam was happy with the three points but did stress that it is important that we start taking these chances that we keep creating,