Rangers claim a 3-0 victory over Stranraer to maintain their winning start to the Scottish League One season.
Rangers beat Stranraer thanks to three first-half goals at Stair Park to keep up their winning start to the season in the Scottish League One.
The visitors got off to a perfect start in the fifth minute when Ian Black's low drive from the edge of the box beat the keeper after taking a deflection off of Andrew Little.
Rangers doubled their lead in the 22nd minute when Lewis Macleod scored from close range after the home side failed to clear Andrew Little's cross.
It was 3-0 by the half-hour mark when Lee McCulloch powered home a header following a corner from Nicky Law.
Chris Aitken had a good chance for the home side but his free kick from the edge of the box was well pushed over the bar by goalkeeper Scott Gallacher.
Stranraer's hopes of getting anything from the game faded when Aitken was sent off following a second yellow card.