Rangers kid Alex Lowry proves his class with a double for the Ibrox B Team as the young Gers thump Bo’ness United 4-1 in the Scottish Lowland League.
Gers fans have been desperate to see teenage talent Lowry back in the Rangers side all season long as Gio’s floundering flops continue to lack creativity and confidence.
Alex Lowry might only be 19 but he has both of these things in abundance and the kid proved so once again with a double in for the Rangers B team.
The youngster showed expert exposure to cooly finish off a Rangers B break for the opening goal in the encounter, with the second another lesson in calm as Lowry finished past the Bo’ness goalie.
Jack Harkness added a third before half-time with Ross McCausland rounding off the scoring in the second period.
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Rangers will be hoping for swift Alex Lowry return
Alex Lowry has been one of a number of serious Rangers injury problems all season long which have hampered the club’s progress during the campaign.
The Gers are also without their other two creators from midfield in Ianis Hagi and Tom Lawrence with Alex Lowry really the third choice in that position.
But after working his way back from a problem in pre-season and then a horror challenge from Dumbarton hatchet man Ally Love, Alex Lowry must be closing in on a first-team berth.
The Gers need fresh energy and impetus and it can be provided by a player who is fast becoming one of the Scottish game’s most exciting young talents.
With the five week World Cup break now in full effect, Rangers will be hoping to get Alex Lowry back to full fitness in the coming weeks.
That said, with Ianis Hagi and Tom Lawrence also edging their way back for the side, there will be no guarantees of minutes for a different reason.
Meanwhile, one reported summer Ibrox target could be on the move to the tune of £8m this summer.