Rangers U16s hammered St Mirren 5-1 on Sunday but the Gers B team were defeated 3-1 by Clyde at Broadwood [Rangers Youth Updates].
After months of inactivity due to the global health crisis, Academy fixtures are coming thick and fast right now, with Rangers teams recording mixed results.
The U18s suffered a defeat away to St Mirren on Friday night but the U16s fared much better at the Rangers Football Centre on Sunday.
This side netted five times in an eight-goal thriller against Clyde last week and they were potent once again in attack.
Zak Queen, Rory Wilson (2), Callum Sandilands and Adam Forrester all scored against the Buddies in a 5-1 hammering.
The Rangers goals came from Rory Wilson (2), Zak Queen, Adam Forrester & Callum Sandilands https://t.co/b38YuY7aCh
— Rangers Youth Updates (@rfcyouthupdates) October 4, 2020
A youthful Rangers B team saw less success up against Clyde at Broadwood, though.
The SPFL League One club were completing their pre-season preparations ahead of their League Cup opener against Dumbarton next Saturday and fielded a strong team.
Ross McCausland continued his good start to the season by netting for the visitors, but Clyde ran out 3-1 winners.
Rangers finished the game with seven U18s on the pitch, including Nathan Young-Coombes, who had been linked with a move away from the club earlier in the summer.
Scotland U21 international Glenn Middleton started the game alongside Dapo Mebude, while highly-rated 16-year-old centre-back Leon King also made the XI.