Rangers 4-0 Peterhead: Gers triumph in Petrofac Training Cup

first_img The success comes just days after confirming their return to the Scottish Premiership 1 Glasgow Rangers finally claimed the Petrofac Training Cup at the fourth time of asking after crushing Peterhead 4-0 at Hampden.The Ibrox men had suffered three previous humiliating exits from the lower-league knock-out competition but there was never any danger of a repeat after Ally Gilchrist’s own goal put Mark Warburton’s side ahead.James Tavernier smashed home a stunning volley for the second while late goals from Andy Halliday and Kenny Miller got the party started.That left it to skipper Lee Wallace to lead the newly-crowned Ladbrokes Championship winners up the Hampden steps to collect the trophy for what should be the first and last time.Cheered on by a a huge 48,000-strong Gers support, the Light Blues recorded what they hope will be the first of two victories at the National Stadium in the space of a week as they chase a trophy treble.The Light Blues used the clash as a dry run for next week’s William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final with Celtic at the same venue.The success comes just days after confirming their return to the Scottish Premiership, see some of the reaction below:Rangers MUST challenge Celtic for Scottish Premiership title next season, insists Gers midfielder Andy HallidayLISTEN: ‘It’s just the start’– Manager Mark Warburton on Rangers’ return to Scottish top flightlast_img read more