There were a couple of changes at half-time. Rangers SABC brought Watter back on and took Nico Drummon off, putting Arren Molloy up top. Glencairn replaced Stephen Lowrie and Francis Macphee with Jamie Devlin and Sean McConigley.
Rangers got a good chance immediately through Molloy, who originally turned Dom Harrison well. However, the Glencairn captain came back to make an inch-perfect, last-man tackle and save his side from conceding.
Glencairn went close next. The ball was played forward, with Tompkins racing onto it. Rangers SABC centre-back Lewis McLeod did well to catch up, but he couldn't stop the ball through to McConigley. The little winger flew onto the ball, but his shot was well saved by Adam Muirhead and it went behind for a corner. From the cross, Glencairn defender Liam Comaskey tried a speculative bicycle kick, but it went over the bar.
Glencairn took their next chance though, ten minutes into the second-half. Devon McCall played a wonderful pass through to Tompkins, but his touch was poor and the keeper was able to block. However, the ball rebounded to Dearie and he was able to rifle a shot from outside the box into the bottom corner. 3-0!
The Reds made another few changes after the goal, with Joseph Friel and Thomas Ross coming on for Joseph Rigley and Michael Tompkins. As a result, McColl slotted into left-back and Dearie up top, with Ross playing out on the right wing.
Rangers then had another chance, but Damien McNee saved well in the Glencairn goal.
McConigley troubled Rangers for the entire second-half. He had another opportunity in the 50th minute, when the ball fell to him on the edge of the box. He turned it well onto his left foot, but his shot was not hard enough to trouble the keeper.
His next chance came from a corner that evaded everyone before he was able to control it. However, his shot once again could not get past Muirhead.
Rangers SABC came close again through Molloy. Robbie McPhee went on a jinky run through the Glencairn defence, before reaching the by-line and squaring. Somehow captain Ben Andrew was not able to squeeze it in and when the ball bounced to Molloy he blazed his shot over the bar.
Cameron Hamilton missed another chance for Rangers SABC, curling his free-kick just wide.
Charlie Rodgers got up the pitch for a corner, but when the ball dropped to the Glencairn right-back he was only able to loop his shot straight at the keeper.
They came close again after some wonderful football in the middle involving Jamie Devlin and Francis Macphee, who had come back on. The ball eventually went wide with Devlin, who drilled a cross into the box, but Friel's shot was well held by Muirhead.
McGonigley had his best chance after some good build up play from Macphee. The striker ran down the wing before finding McGonigley in the box in acres of room, but somehow his shot curved past the post.
The final chance of the game fell to Rangers SABC. Nico Drummon, who had come back on as a rolling sub, played Molloy through on goal. He had the pace to get away from his marker, but could not round the keeper and retain the ball. With Rangers SABC unable to grab a late consolation goal, Glencairn went home with three goals, a clean sheet and all three points under their belts.