Berwick manager Colin Cameron was naturally delighted with his side’s showing in their 4-0 home win over Clyde at Shielfield on Saturday.
“We had four different goalscorers and kept a clean sheet, so it was a good all round performance,” he said.
“Andy Russell worked his socks off up front and got his reward with his second goal in two games, but it was also nice to see Lee Currie come back from his first half penalty miss to score early in the second half and settle us down again.
“The sending off changed the pattern of the game slightly, but we sealed it with another two goals from Paul Willis and Ross Gray and overall I thought we were deserving winners, and hopefully we can kick on from here.”
Cameron added: “We got off to a sluggish start and that was probably down to the fact we had played on Tuesday (against Montrose) and they hadn’t. It was nice to score four goals, but we keep telling the players the importance of not conceding goals, which is why it was so pleasing we kept a clean sheet.
“The games are coming thick and fast at the moment, but that is what the players want and is the reason I build a squad at the start of the season.
“Andy Russell is a prime example - he struggled for consistency when he first joined us and then he picked up a couple of injuries which hampered his progress.
“Darren Lavery and Craig Dargo had built up a good partnership over the past few weeks, but Andy has come in and taken his chance with two goals in two games.”
On Tuesday Rangers were due to face Albion Rovers in a Scottish Cup fourth round replay and Cameron said it was an important game for the club.
“The winners go on to face Spartans in the last 16 and it is a great opportunity for any one of those sides to make the quarter-finals.”
On Saturday Rangers are back in action with their fifth game in 15 days when they travel to take on bottom of the table Elgin.