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RWFC: Rangers 3-0 Hearts


RANGERS Women kicked-off their 2020 SWPL season with three points against Hearts at Rangers Training Centre this afternoon.

A double from Megan Bell and a strike from Kirsten Reilly saw the new-look squad to victory.

Joint Head Coaches Gregory Vignal and Malky Thomson started with Jenna Fife in goal, a back four of Emma Brownlie, Demi Vance, Lisa Martinez and Daina Bourma. Midfield was made up of Kirsten Reilly, Clare Gemmell and Chelsea Cornet, with Bala Devi, Brogan Hay and Megan Bell providing the attack for the Gers.


Read more here: https://rangers.co.uk/news/women/rwfc-rangers-3-0-hearts/


Three Points The Perfect Start

GREGORY Vignal praised his sides second-half performance as the Gers got off to the ‘perfect’ start in the 2020 SWPL campaign with a 3-0 victory over Hearts.

A double from Megan Bell and a strike from Kirsten Reilly helped the new-look squad to their first three points of the season.


Read more here: https://rangers.co.uk/news/women/three-points-the-perfect-start/


Game Gallery: https://rangers.co.uk/news/galleries/gallery-rangers-3-0-hearts-2/


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Re-arranged Cup game against Queen's Park yesterday


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Report: Rangers 3-0 Queen’s Park

RANGERS Women beat Queen’s Park 3-0 this evening in their opening group game of the SWPL Cup.

Megan Bell opened the scoring from the penalty spot after just one minute, before Brogan Hay and Daina Bourma added to the tally late in the game.



Rangers: Cunningham, Brownlie, Martinez, Vance, Gemmell, O’Neill, Reilly (Cornet, 62), Docherty, Hay, Bell, Devi (Bourma, 57). Subs: Fife, Girasoli, Macdonald, Mcquillan, Cornet.




We Showed Our Team Spirit


MALKY Thomson was pleased with the patience shown by Rangers Women this evening after a 3-0 victory over Queen’s Park in the SWPL Cup.

Megan Bell gave the Gers an early lead from the penalty spot, but the Light Blues had to work hard to increase their advantage with goals from Brogan Hay and Daina Bourma coming in the last 10 minutes.


... https://rangers.co.uk/news/women/we-showed-our-team-spirit/


Gallery: Rangers 3-0 Queen’s Park




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Next game, next 3-0 win ...


Docherty: Patience Will Be Key

NICOLA Docherty believes Rangers Women will need to show patience on Sunday as they travel to Hamilton in the SWPL Cup.

The left-back is hoping for more of the same from the Gers after 3-0 victories over Hearts and Queen’s Park so far this week.




SWPL Cup: Accies 0-3 Rangers

RANGERS Women made it two wins out of two in the SWPL Cup with a 3-0 victory over Hamilton this afternoon.

Goals from Lisa Martinez and Megan Bell had the Gers 2-0 ahead at the break, with centre-back Martinez netting again in the second 45.


Rangers: Fife, Brownlie, Martinez (Girasoli, 73), Vance, O’Neill, Reilly (Gemmell, 69), Cornet, Docherty, Bell, Bourma, Hay (Devi, 69).

Subs: Cunningham, McQuillan, Macdonald.


More: https://rangers.co.uk/news/women/swpl-cup-accies-0-3-rangers/


Malky: I Can See Progression

MALKY Thomson is delighted Rangers Women are reaping the rewards on the pitch for their hard work in training.

The Gers joint head coach praised his side as a 3-0 victory over Hamilton this afternoon saw them win their third game in a row, with three clean sheets.




Gallery: Hamilton 0-3 Rangers




Megan Bell



Miss Martinez






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Cambuslang footballer Sophia Martin signs for Rangers


The talented 13-year-old was snapped up by the Ibrox club after leaving Hamilton Accies.


Talented Cambuslang footballer Sophia Martin has signed for Rangers.

The 13-year-old was approached by both Celtic and Rangers last week after ending a four-year spell at Hamilton Accies, but opted for the Ibrox club's under-15 performance team.

Dad Steven Martin says it was Sophia's best chance of progression at such a young age.

He said: "It's a good opportunity for Sophia, and it wasn't a surprise to us at all that she signed - she has the talent to go anywhere.

"She spoke to Rangers last Thursday and Celtic on Friday, but Rangers were best for her progression, especially since she's just turned 13.

"Celtic wanted her to go into their under-17s, but she's a bit young for that - though she has been playing at levels older than her age for a while, now.

"She signed, scored twice against Drumchapel Boys Under-15s and was over the moon.

Sophia has been amazing so far, she's only just turned 13 but was away with Scotland under-16s.

"She dreams of football, she has been playing all her life."











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Sonia is keeping herself fit ...


Sonia María
I usually work on my touch when my legs are exhausted, helps with focusing on being sharp even when I’m tired in a game. Decided to bring back the tennis ball after running 8.5km and running 48 25m sprints






Running 8.5 km and then doing 48 x 25 m sprints ... and then start training with the ball. Okay ...


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