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Two goals in the second half give Rangers a win over Clyde in the Scottish Third Division.
Two second-half goals have given Rangers a 2-0 win over Clyde in the Scottish Third Division this afternoon.
The Clyde team welcomed the division champions with a guard of honour, lining the tunnel as Rangers walked out onto the pitch.
David Templeton and Lee McCulloch both had early chances for the home side, but they struggled to get their efforts on target.
Lee Wallace almost broke the deadlock just before half time, but his strike from the edge of the box bounced back off the post.
In the second half, Templeton picked up the ball on the wing, before crossing it for McCulloch, who tapped it into the box to put Rangers ahead.
Kyle Hutton added the second just before full time to secure the win for the Ibrox side, while 16-year-old Danny Stoney almost added a third on his Rangers debut.
The win increases Rangers' lead at the top of the table to 27 points, while Clyde sit eighth.
Result: Rangers cruise to win over Clyde >