Rangers B star Robbie Fraser has reflected on the Gers’ 4-3 win over Dalbeattie Star to bring the curtain down on their maiden Lowland League campaign – calling it a “whirlwind” as the game went from end to end.
The Light Blues went 1-0 up before falling 2-1 behind at the break, before racing into a 4-2 lead thanks to Cole McKinnon’s double.
A late goal added some extra spice in the final minutes and Fraser confessed the Rangers Colts wants to record a convincing win in their final league game of the season.
“It was a complete whirlwind to be honest, it is not how we wanted it to pan out because we wanted it to be more convincing,” Fraser told Rangers TV.
“We said before the game we wanted to get the outcome which was to win and we did that but as players, we are not happy because we wanted to do better but we still got the result we needed.
“We just had to play quicker, we felt that we had the better of them and at halftime we said we had to up the tempo and be more clinical and we were in the second-half.
“You have to have that mindset as a Rangers player, sometimes you don’t get it going your own way but you have got to try and find a way to get a result and we did that.”
With the league season over, Fraser thinks there has been plenty of positives for himself and his teammates.
The Gers will return to the fifth tier next season and the variety of settings the Gers have found themselves playing in has been a big learning curve for the Rangers youngsters, adding “It has been really good, it has been a real challenge but a good challenge. It is 34 games and it has been a long season, the boys are feeling it but it has been really positive.
“I have been playing pretty much every minute and I feel like I have improved a lot and it is all about trying to get to that next step now.
“We do a lot of analysis and there’s so many different environments that we have had to adapt to. We feel we have done well most of the season but obviously there are times we haven’t but it is just about learning all the time.”