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Video: Kenny Miller Takes on Martyn Waghorn in Utilita Half-Time Challenge

Video: Kenny Miller Takes on Martyn Waghorn in Utilita Half-Time Challenge

Kenny Miller took on Martyn Waghorn in the Utilita Half-Time Challenge recently.

And is anyone really surprised that the Ibrox veteran emerged as the winner?

The challenge is simple – each player has four attempts to hit a ball into a large circular target which has 25, 50, 75 and 100 point zones.

It was a rainy day at Auchenhowie when the duo took on the challenge, but that didn’t hinder their high scores.

But, as you’d expect given his knack for winning things with the club, Miller came out on top, edging Waghorn with his accuracy:

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Miller seemed to enjoy beating his team-mate just as much as he enjoyed hitting two vital goals as Rangers beat Aberdeen 3-0 at Pittodrie yesterday.

That was a huge confidence boost for Pedro Caixinha’s side after they put in unconvincing performances in draws with Motherwell and Kilmarnock over the last week.

Rangers still trail Aberdeen by nine points in the race for second place, but the result could be the start of a comeback.

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