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Rangers' revival showing no signs of abating yet

By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: November 21, 2012

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UNION Rangers' recent revival under new manager Nigel Lewis continued as they beat Mountain Dew 2-1 in division four of the Swansea League.

Despite going 1-0 down midway through the first half, a penalty from James Taube got Rangers back on level terms.

Taube sealed Rangers' victory five minutes later when he met Charlie Morgan's corner on the edge of the Mountain Dew area to strike a clean half-volley that rifled into the bottom of the net.

Keeper Brad Myles needed to be at his superb best in both halves to keep out Mountain Dew's attacks on a day when Taube had great opportunities to claim a hat-trick.

John Clark was easily Mountain Dew's best player, while Andrew Davies was a constant threat on the left of Union's midfield.

Union Rangers : B. Myles, R. Nicholas, M. Mbwembwe, M. Williams, C. Davies, J. Dowle, A. Davies, C. McFenton, J. Mayne,C. Morgan, J. Taube. Subs: A. Smith, M. Memedov, M. Williams.

Swansea Panthers came out on top 3-2 against Cwm Albion.

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