Rangers needed a result after the heavy defeat at Tavistock in mid week and they certainly delivered the goods against a useful Falmouth side.
There was no Tom Beddow who was working but Isaac Reed was back at left back which added more balance to the side which also enabled Alex Greening to slot back into midfield.
Rangers were fast out of the blocks and Dan Baily was back to his best playing just behind the frohe front man, I think they call it the Number 10 role! After 10 minutes we were ahead when Adam Langabeer won the ball just outside of their penalty area and released Ollie Aplin who rounded tow defenders to set up Dan who rifled a left footed shot into the top corner. Rangers continued to have the lion’s share of the play but it was not until ten minutes before half time that Dan Baily turned provider as he beat three men in the box before unselfishly sliding the ball to Ollie Aplin who made no mistake from 8 yards. The icing on the cake came right on the stroke of half time when Dan set up Ash Donahue to volley home to make it 3-0. The visitors changed their formation in the second half and were more of a threat but Rangers looked comfortable in defence and should have increased their lead when Ash found Ollie only six yards out but somehow his goal bound header was cleared off the line. With ten minutes to go we were caught in possession in midfield and this gave Falmouth the chance to claw a goal black as Glen Squires was left with the simple task of scoring from six yards. Rangers saw out the last minutes of the game with no further alarms. A job well done and three points in the bag.