Rangers manager disappointed by late lapse

Colin Cameron: "We should have seen the gamer out."
Colin Cameron: "We should have seen the gamer out."

Berwick Rangers manager Colin Cameron could not help but show his disappointment after his side saw Montrose snatch a point with a last minute equaliser at Shielfield on Saturday.

“If you score three goals at home you should win the match and take all three points,” he said.

“To say I am disappointed is an understatement.

“The players have taken all the plaudits in our recent matches, when we kept five clean sheets in six games, but today our second half performance was just unacceptable.”

Rangers led 2-1 and 3-2 against Montrose but had to settle for a point after Marvin Andrews netted a 90th minute header.

“We should have seen the game out,” said Cameron.

“But now we have to regroup? We have Annan away next week, and that will be a big game because we are now level with them on points in the race for the play-offs and its a game we would love to win to give us a bit of a buffer as we also have a game in hand.”

New signing Blair Henderson made a cameo appearance on Saturday, coming off the bench for the final 11 minutes.

“He had a couple of nice touches, and almost set Craig Dargo up for a chance, but in truth the way we played the game throughout I didn’t really know when the best time was to make a substitution, because we were the better side for long periods.”

Henderson, who is a striker, joined the club in midweek after making the move from Bonnyrigg Rose.

He has signed a contract which will keep him at Shielfield until the end of the 2015-16 season.