Belfast Telegraph

Pictured: Thousands pack out Larne's Inver park for Rangers win

Thousands turned out to watch Larne take the spoils in a friendly against a Rangers XI at Inver Park.

The game was organised as a celebration of the transformation of the club's ground since the takeover by diehard fan and multi-millionaire Kenny Bruce.

He made his fortune through the online estate agency Purple Bricks.

While none of the current Rangers first team attended, legend Mark Hateley was there and the team was managed by Gaeme Murty who was a former manager for the Ibrox side and now works in its academy.

Larne said 2,086 turned out to watch the game which ended 2-1 to the home side. Jeff Hughes and Andrew Osei-Bonsu scoring for Larne with Joshua McPake on target for the hosts.

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