SARAH ROBERTSON found herself amongst the goals as Rangers took the three points from their trip to face Forfar Farmington.
The forward, still on her way back from a long spell on the sidelines opened the scoring and won Rangers the penalty that sealed the victory.
Speaking after the match, Robertson believed that Rangers were their own enemy in the first half before settling into the match.
She said: “I thought we made it difficult for ourselves. When we got the ball down and got some good passing in, it was a lot better but we did make it hard, and it was quite sloppy.
But I thought second half it was much better and personally it is great to get the goal but the three points are massive for us.”
Robertson’s involvement was integral to the win but was forced to come off with ten minutes to go, however, the goalscorer was happy to report that it was nothing to worry about.
She said: “I’m just getting back into it just now, I was out with an injury at the start of the season but I’m happy to get the minutes in the game today, it was just a bit of cramp at the end so I’m all good.”
Once again, Rangers showed the depth of their squad as three different names were recorded on the scoresheet and Robertson is delighted to play her part in highlighting this. She said:
It just shows the quality that we’ve got throughout the team, it’s brilliant to see three different players scoring.”
While celebrating the scorers, Robertson also had high praise for youth goalkeeper Chloe Nicolson, who came in for her first start.
She said: “I thought Chloe was amazing, it was great to see her getting a start tonight after coming on in the Stirling game, I thought she played brilliantly.”