WEAVERHAM, still seeking their first win since their relaunch, were frustrated by a Rylands side containing several first-teamers on Saturday.
Player-coach Roger Pickering said: 'It is annoying when a lower-division side like ourselves come up against teams that consistently do this.
'It is not giving us or our opposition an honest game.'
The game could hardly have got off to a worse start for Weaverham. The Rylands prop scored a try in the first minute and before Rangers could get hold of the ball, they scored again.
Rangers, however, came quickly to life with the help of teenager Jon Sweeney.
Paul Reid, his centre partner and at 42 as good as ever, put in as many penetrative runs as Sweeney and ultimately earned the MoM accolade.
They clawed Weaverham back into the game and Steve Lowe kicked the first points from a penalty.
Graham Cunningham, making his first start, halted the runs of the big Rylands forwards with some fierce tackling and skipper Andy Butler began to create havoc with his force.
However, Rangers lost prop Ken Buckley with a dislocated elbow just before the break and Damian Measures, with a head injury, followed.
It allowed new signing Pat Pepper to make his debut and his rugged style did not disappoint. Weaverham survived to the break and turned around looking the better side.
Good handling by Darren Whittam and Mark Bebbington allowed Butler to power over and Lowe tied the scores with the conversion.
Rylands responded with a converted try but, undeterred, Rangers continued to create openings without taking full advantage.
Rangers' pressure cracked Rylands when Butler sent Tony Howman scooting over the line and Whittam goaled. The scores were level again with only 10 minutes left and that is when Rylands brought on their first-team half-backs to sink the visitors.
Rangers have named Greg Marshall as their star player for October. They host Widnes Albion A on Saturday.