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.
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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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