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A new coach arrives - Angie Hind ... read more Rangers FC

THERE could be exciting times ahead for the club’s Ladies programme as a new senior head coach takes charge.

Angie Hind has left her post as the SFA’s assistant national coach to head up the club’s Women’s side.



Hind brings with her a wealth of playing and coaching experience having spent six years as head coach of an Ivy League school in the USA before her two year stint as assistant coach with Scotland.

However the incoming coach insists it is the resources already in place at Ibrox that make the challenge she faces an exciting one for her.

She said: “I think it’s an exciting time because the club has a tremendous youth structure and a lot of very talented young players.


New players to follow Angie Hind ... read more


Girls Eyeing Step Up ... read more on Rangers FC


Pre-season friendly


Rangers Ladies 5-2 Hamilton


Sunday, 03 February 2013 16:00


RANGERS marked the start of their pre-season schedule under new coach Angie Hind in fine style with a 5-2 victory over fellow SWPL side Hamilton.

The home team took an early lead when, with just eight minutes on the clock, Megan Foley finished a Karen Penglase cross at the back post.

Soon after it looked like the Gers had doubled their lead, after an initial save from another Foley shot, Kathryn Hill’s strike from the rebound cruelly hit the underside of the crossbar before being cleared.

However it took until the half hour mark for Rangers to extend their lead when Lisa Swanson reacted well to a mistimed pass back and produced a composed finish.

Rangers weren't to be denied however and Hill was the third name on the score-sheet. Jennifer Condie made a strong run down the left wing before slotting a perfectly weighted ball through for the young midfielder to fire home.

Accies rallied and pulled one back from a corner but the Light Blues reacted quickly to regain their three goal lead just minutes later.

New signing Hayley Cunningham found space from 25 yards and curled a left footed shot into the top corner before Jen Callaghan, who has recently re-joined the club after a spell at Glasgow City, rounded off the scoring for the home side.

Rebecca Blair found space down the right and whipped in a cross for the striker to guide home.

Another corner led to Accies' second but it was a mere consolation on a positive afternoon for the home side.


GOALS: Foley 8, Swanson 30, Hill 57, Cunningham 69, Callaghan 84


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Another new signing is Megan Sneddon, who has over 100 caps for her country.

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The club's HP seems to get their act together for the ladies too, no up are the ...


Fixture list for the Ladies


... as well as an intro to ...


Coaches and the Ladies squad


We've added quite a few senior players for this season, even though matching up to Glasgow City will still be difficult indeed.

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First team photo of the squad for season 2013 is up, along with a report to the recent 3-0 win over Forfar Farmington (<- click). The Rangers Ladies will also take part in an invitational tournament south of the border, playing against Forfar, Liverpool, and Doncaster Belles.




Back Row: Angie Hind, Leeanne Hughes, Jill Paterson, Rachel Halliday, Lisa Swanson, Michelle Barr, Khym Ramsay, Kathryn Hill, Amie McGill, Hollie Thomson, Jennifer Callaghan, Donna James, Gillian Campbell, Alan Karas


Front Row: Lesley Condie, Megan Foley, Rebecca Blair, Stephanie Knox, Amy Lindsay, Megan Sneddon, Karen Penglase, Jennifer Condie, Hayley Cunningham, Natalie Ross, Rebecca Storrie


The squad in detail (<- click)

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Invitational Tournament 16/17 February


Rangers will today play against Liverpool, tomorrow against Doncaster Belles (will post any further info once I get it)


THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT (<- full article)


Rangers welcome 9 new faces to the Ladies team: Megan Sneddon, Natalie Ross, Hayley Cunningham, Michelle Barr, Karen Penglase, Rebecca Storrie, Hollie Thomson, Donna James and Lindzi Bain. Jen Callaghan returns from a stint at champions Glasgow City.




More info on the girls teams (since they are not covered by the HP thus far) to follow.

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Friendly Result


Liverpool Ladies 6 - Rangers Ladies 0 (2-0)


English FAWSL title contenders Liverpool proved too strong to our young and new team, as the latter was well beaten by the Merseysiders. No real wonder here, as the "English" added no less than 13 new signings to their well equiped internationals-studded line-up of professionals for the upcoming season, where they hope to snatch the title out of Arsenal's grasp.


Next up for the Ladies in the England vs Scotland contest are the Doncaster Belles, who beat Forfar Farmington 3-0 yesterday:


England v Scotland tournament at Halton Stadium - Day 2


Doncaster Belles play Glasgow Rangers kick off at 11am and Liverpool play Forfar KO 2pm.

Entry is just £2 for adults and £1 for concessions.


Match report from Liverpool


Natasha Dowie: Liverpool Ladies to battle for FAWSL title (BBC link)

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Will nip to see them since they're playing Buchan Ladies in the cup on Sunday at Maud a small village a few miles out the road from here.


Should be an easy win on paper as the Buchan Ladies only have a catchment area of approx 50k from which to source their players.

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