Rangers carried on their good form with a comfortable 3-1 victory over a Sidmouth who plummeted to the bottom of the table after this defeat.
It was mainly one way traffic for much of the game with Rangers enjoying the lion’s share of possession but all credit to the visitors who defended as if there live’s depended on it with keeper Tom McLean in outstanding form.
Rangers eventually took the lead on the half hour when Lewis Waldy was first to react when McLean blocked a Joe Chamberlain shot to side foot home from 10 yards. This was quickly followed by a second goal when Joe Chamberlain fired home a free kick from 20 yards. The game was basically put to bed immediately after the restart when Joe Chamberlain was on hand to slot home from close range after Sidmouth failed to clear an effort from Connor Bryant. The reamainder of the game was mostly played in the Sidmouth half but they did get some reward for their efforts when one of their forwards latched on to a poor back pass in the dying minutes to make the scoreline 3-1.
Liam was happy with the three points “It was a difficult surface to play football on which did not help our cause. I thought Sidmouth battled really hard and set up to frustrate us but once we got our first goal I did not think that the result was in doubt.”