The only highlights of the first half of the home game against Camelford were the two goals otherwise it was a typical end of the season encounter with chances very few and far between. Rangers opened the scoring on 20 minutes when Ollie Aplin side foote home Ash Donahue’s superb cross. This was cancelled out on 35 minutes by a superb 40 yard volley from Bobbie Hopkinson.
The second half was much of the same to start with but when Camelford took the lead on the hour this seemed to give the home team a kick up the backside and with the introduction of Dean Stamp and Adam Langabeer the game took on a different complexion with Rangers taking control of the game. Stampy scored from close range with ten minutes left and despite going close the game seemed destined for a draw but with virtually the last kick of the game Bailo rifled home a loose ball from 10 yards to secure the three points.