Name: Ivon Blevins
The Player: Very agile keeper, good distribution and is one of the liveliest characters in the dressing room. Ivon is a very good shot stopper and has eight clean sheets to his name this season.
It’s like watching... Alan McGregor
Name: Jonny Porter
The Player: Mr Dependable, can play anywhere across the back four and has found a niche at right back with bombing runs down the wing and has scored twice this season so far.
It’s like watching... Branco Ivanovic
Name: Willie Frazer
The Player: Marauding Left Back Frazer is a nightmare for midfielders and constantly aims to overlap and hit the byline. Has scored some important goals for Rangers; most notably a superb individual effort against AFC Craigavon in the final game of last season.
It’s like watching... Gareth Bale
Name: Darren Clarke
The Player: Captain for the season since moving to his home town club after career with Scarva Rangers. Clarky’s fitness levels and reading of the game at centre half have been a key to Rangers solid defence all season.
It’s like watching... Matthew Upson
Name: Christopher Chambers
The Player: a commanding centre half who has unrivalled confidence in the Mid Ulster league structure and consistently scores. Ruled out for six weeks with an ankle injury at the start of March and will more than likely miss the cup final.
It’s like watching... John Terry
Name: Ryan Gregg
The Player: Composed on the ball and one for the future. Had a successful loan spell from Banbridge Town last season and followed up with a permanent move and staring for the Reserves every week across the back four.
It’s like watching... Rafael Da Silva
Name: Aaron Buchanan
The Player: A versatile left footer who can play in the middle of the park but is generally used on the left hand side of a back three or four. One of the sharpest players in pre season until a knee injury and has only began rehabilitation over last six weeks.
It’s like watching... Mattheiu Flamini
Name: Scott Ward
The Player: The engine room of the team and a has been the driving force of Rangers in centre midfield over the last four seasons. Has great tenacity in tackling and driving with the ball and scores the odd long range effort.
It’s like watching... Scott Parker
Name: Neil Clydesdale
The Player: Clydie has the technical ability to play anywhere on a pitch; great feet and a nightmare for defenders. Is undoubtedly one of the best dead ball specialists in the country and has thrived since making his return to Rangers after a season with Loughgall and Banbridge Town.
It’s like watching... David Beckham
Name: Colin Cousins
The Player: The stand out performer of a great season for Rangers Coly is relentless in everything he does. Has excelled at right back, across the midfield and up front this season tearing teams apart with his pace and work rate.
It’s like watching... Dani Alves
Name: Richard McMinn
The Player: The heartbeat of Banbridge Rangers and the playmaker in the middle of the park. Can split defences with precision passing and has found his shooting boots again this season to bring his tally to 39 goals in the last six years.
It’s like watching... Paul Scholes
Name: Robbie Baird
The Player: Robbie has a great turn of pace and a good squad player for Banbridge Rangers this season when not managing the young Swifts team. Lightning fast winger and strong in the tackle.
It’s like watching... Nacho Novo
Name: Chris Loney
The Player: Chris has switched from the centre of the park to the left hand side of midfield this season. Brings a wealth of experience from playing Championship football and makes a lot of space with intelligent running.
It’s like watching... Andres Iniesta
Name: Bradley Hughes
The Player: An impact player who can turn on the style when he puts his mind to it. Can go past people with ease and a natural runner with the ball and can score the spectacular as Hanover discovered in the Wilson Cup Semi Final.
It’s like watching... Nani
Name: John McCahon
Nickname: “John Boy”
The Player: John has been with the club since its inception and has scored regularly for the first team when given the opportunity. Can play on either flank and has a knack of going past people with a drop of the shoulder.
It’s like watching... David Silva
Name: Jason Gourley
The Player: The focal point of Rangers attacks and a player that consistently returned goals since his arrival from Glenavon in December 2008. Hit his 50th goal for the club in February and continues to set new records with an impressive ratio of a goal every 1.31 games.
It’s like watching... Darren Bent
Name: Gareth Fulton
The Player: Fulton has been impressive all season as a partner to Gourley with a return of 16 goals in competitive matches. Will cause defenders problems with his closing down and his quick turn of pace that so many keepers and defenders have underestimated all season long.
It’s like watching... Andy Johnson
Name: Stephen Copes
The Player: The youngest member of the squad has only turned seventeen recently but has shown the potential to be more than a squad player over the next few seasons. Made an impressive debut against Killyleagh in the Irish Cup before scoring on both substitute appearances in the league in February.
It’s like watching... Javier Hernandez
THE MANAGER - Name: Geordie McCallister
The Coach: The mixture of pace and patience works wonders for the confident style of football associated with Geordie McCallister’s Banbridge Rangers side. Geordie will have his work cut out trying to unlock the Camlough defence who, like Rangers, concede very few goals. Hopefully the team can give Geo a perfect celebration on his birthday which coincides with the cup final date.
It’s like watching... Harry Redknapp