Rangers were put to the sword by a dominant South Hobart at the Ulverstone Showgrounds today. Rangers were under the pump in the first half but the defence absorbed the pressure and went into half time only trailing 1-0 after a cracking goal from outside the 18 yard box. Rangers had a few chances in the first half to score themselves but they were usually camped in their own half.
It wasn't pretty after half time from a Rangers perspective as South started to pile on the goals as 3 went in in quick succession after the restart. Lanau-Atkinson pulled a goal back for Rangers to make it 4-1 but the route continued soon after. After the game Adam Whitemore seeme disgusted with his team's defensive efforts in the second half. He made no excuses though, as blind Freddy could see that South were the superior team.
If South Hobart continue with the current coach and the current set up they have at the moment they will have a long reign at the top of Tasmanian Soccer for years to come. They dominated today, as they have done for the last 2 years.