Rangers go through to Scottish fifth round

HAPPY: Kilsyth Rangers' manager Eric Sinclair was happy with Saturday's result against Largs and is now looking forward to the fifth round.
HAPPY: Kilsyth Rangers' manager Eric Sinclair was happy with Saturday's result against Largs and is now looking forward to the fifth round.

Kilsyth Rangers are through to the fifth round of the Scottish Junior Cup.

The Duncansfield outfit took part in an exciting tie at Largs on Saturday winning on penalties after the game ended in a 3-3 draw.

And their move through to the next round has pleased boss Eric Sinclair.

“It was a good game, and evenly matched,” he said.

“However, I think we deserved to win. We weathered the storm.”

Rangers now face another Premier Division side in the next round when they play host to Cumnock Juniors.

“This will be a very different problem,” said Sinclair. However, it is a home tie, but it will still be a hard, hard game.”

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