Tommy Wilson’s side made it two wins from two outings as they cruised to three points at Auchenhowie thanks to a double from Kevin Kyle and goals from Andy Murdoch, Kal Naismith and Calum Gallagher.
The visitors started the match boasting seven of the players who had featured for their first team against Rangers at Ibrox on August 7.
It took the home side some time to impose themselves on the game, but when they did they wrapped it up in a matter of 15 minutes.
The breakthrough came after 26 minutes when Fraser Aird found space on the left hand side and his cross found Kyle at the back post.
Kyle’s looping header was cushioned to perfection, leaving the visitors’ keeper stranded.
From their Tommy Wilson’s men found another gear and Kal Naismith had a go from distance that flashed wide on 29 minutes.
Aird was again the architect of the second as he used his pace to burst down the left and this time pulled the ball back for Murdoch.
The diminutive midfielder made no mistake from 12 yards, finding the top corner to double the advantage on 31 minutes.
Midfielder Aird was then switched to the right, and moments later cut in to test the keeper from just inside the box.
That was beaten away but the Gers didn’t have to wait long for the third as Kyle was on hand to nod home Kamil Wiktorski’s cross from close range on 36 minutes.
The big striker should have wrapped up his hat-trick minutes later when Naismith was hauled down in the box, but his tame penalty was easily held.
That didn’t pause the momentum however as Naismith did find a fourth on 40 minutes when he slotted the ball home from close range as it bobbled around the area.
Kyle made way at the interval for Gallagher and the forward, who has been in fine scoring form, added to the scoreline within six minutes.
He was on the end of another fine delivery from Aird who again burst down the left to leave Andrew Cook trailing in his wake, and Gallagher planted his header firmly past Connor Shaw.
With the game comfortably won, Wilson made further changes as Tom Walsh and Jamie Burrows replaced Naismith and Man-of-the Match Aird.
Walsh almost added to the scoring as he curled an effort against the corner of the post and bar with 15 minutes before the visitors were reduced to ten men when Jamie Pollock was given a second yellow card.
That seemed to end the game as a contest, but the visitors did manage a consolation as Scott McBride turned well in the box and curled a decent effort beyond Blair Currie.
Rangers: Currie; Sinnamon, Gasparotto, Hegarty, Mitchell; Hutton, Wiktorski, Murdoch; Naismith (Walsh 54), Kyle (Gallagher 46), Aird (Burrows 57).
Subs: Kelly, Wilson.