English broadcaster brands Rangers “amazing club” after warm Ibrox welcome
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Broadcaster brands Rangers “amazing club” after warm Ibrox welcome

Broadcaster Kate Mason has sent her thanks to Rangers after hosting the club’s coverage of the 1-1 draw with Hearts on RangersTV this weekend.

The likable presenter worked on the fixture alongside ex-Scotland women’s coach Shelley Kerr and former Gers midfielder Alex Rae.

Taking to Twitter, Mason has praised her welcome at the club and branded the Gers “amazing” after her visit to Glasgow.

After being welcomed into the Rangers family by Alex Rae in response, Mason also tweeted a picture of herself enjoying a post-match drink in the District Bar.


Whilst the result was certainly disappointing, it’s great to hear the broadcaster had such a good time in Glasgow and was welcomed in by the club after her showing on RangersTV.

Rangers have generally used established BT Sport broadcaster Emma Dodds in the anchor role whilst Becky Ives has also been used by the club.

Broadcaster Rangers disappointment after Gers drop points to Hearts

Rangers drew 1-1 with Hearts to drop two points in the Scottish Premiership despite a dominant performance at Ibrox with the side spurning a host of chances.

Rangers had went in front after an impressive first half via a long-range curling effort from John Lundstram before the break.

However, following a spate of squandered opportunities ex-Gers defender Craig Halkett would nod in a late equaliser at the back post following an uncharacteristic error from Allan McGregor.

Rangers remain top of the pile in the Scottish Premiership with Hearts still the only unbeaten side in the competition and occupying second place in the top tier.

Broadcaster Kate Mason branded Rangers an “amazing club”. (Photo by Willie Vass/Pool via Getty Images)

Next up for the Gers is the visit of Brondby in the Europa League before the club travels to face St Mirren in the Scottish Premiership.

Whilst Rangers didn’t have their shooting boots on against Hearts perhaps the club missed the lethal instinct of the most natural finisher at Ibrox.

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