Date: 19th April 2015 at 7:08pm
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Rangers moved closer to finishing in second place behind Hearts in the Championship, and head into the play-offs as runners-up ahead of Hibernian – who play Livingston on Wednesday, following a win at Dumbarton.

A full debut to remember saw Hardie among the goalscorers as we came from behind to win three-one at the Bet Butler Stadium on Saturday.

Dumbarton, who will stay in the Championship next season – and that’s the aim that they had, should have been behind instantly but Clark was unable to take a great chance and then we were stunned as Wilson (2) scored with a fine strike as he volleyed past Bell minutes into the goal.

At the other end Dumbarton ‘keeper Rodgers had plenty to do, making a fine saw from McCulloch and also denying McGregor and another Law effort before Hardie (10) drew us as he followed up, after Rodgers had half stopped, to make sure.

One-one is how it stayed at thy break with us unable to add a second….

Hardie (48) did add his second, and put us ahead, minutes into the second half though and Vuckic (52), who continues to prove that he was a worthy addition from the ‘Newcastle Five’, as he added his latest goal with a fine strike and our third four-minutes later.

That was that, Dumbarton’s fight was over and we picked up three-points to move four clear of Hibernian with two-matches to play, they’ve got three due to now having that game in hand following their Scottish Cup involvement, which also ended for them on Saturday.