Rangers U16s hammer Queen's Park at lesser Hampden
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Rangers U16s hammer Queen's Park at lesser Hampden

Rangers U16s impressed yet again on Tuesday afternoon, in a fixture against Queen’s Park.
This squad has recently returned from the SuperCup NI, where they won five matches in five days to lift the Junior title.
In the final, they defeated English club Charlton Athletic 2-0.

A little over a week later, they got back into action on Scottish soil, in the CAS Cup.
Up against Glasgow rivals Queen’s Park, the young bears’ quality shone through as they handed out a hammering.
A slightly different side took to the pitch at Lesser Hampden than the one that triumphed in Northern Ireland, but it didn’t take them long to go ahead.

Robbie Ure, who scored for fun during the Super Cup got things underway, before Dire Mebude, younger brother of the highly-rated Dapo, doubled the advantage.

Tyler Pasnik and Kelsey Ewan netted to make it four before Mebude set up Ure for his second. Judging by the match information provided by the unofficial Rangers Youth Updates Twitter account, the fifth goal was particularly impressive.

5-0 it finished, then, as the U16s continue their fantastic start to the 2019/20.
The club clearly have some talented individuals coming through at this age-group, and it’s great to see the club doing well at all levels.