All seven goals were scored by different players with Greg Pascazio, Barrie McKay, Andy Mitchell, Francesco Stella, Kal Naismith, Calum Gallagher and Darren Ramsay finding the net.
Despite conceding two sloppy goals after a blistering start - Rangers were 4-0 up after just 16 minutes - Wilson was pleased with the overall performance and admits he was confident before the game that his second string would come out on top in this Reserve League clash.
He said: “I could sense it in the warm up actually. We had gone over some footage of our previous games against East Fife and Morton and the difference in those two games.
“The difference really was in the tempo. So I sensed in the warm up that they were up for the game and you see that right from the first whistle.
“We got off to a great start but I was a wee bit disappointed at half time that we didn’t go 5-0 up. We missed a penalty and then they went up and scored a scrappy goal from a corner which was definitely avoidable.
“But overall I am pleased. At half time I asked them to win the second half and there were good performances out there. Barrie is scintillating when he is in that form, he’s really uncatchable and he’s a good foil for Kevin (Kyle).
“If you can get the ball up to Kevin he draws defenders in and Barrie can then play in the space either in behind or in front. So they made a good double act I think.
“In the second half we were also able to bring on Calum Gallagher and Darren Ramsay. Calum has been featuring for us but Darren is just back from injury.
“Darren is one of our best and I don’t want to embarrass him by saying that. But he is one we have really high hopes for so it was great that the manager was able to see him as I know he likes him. I thought his run and cross for Calum’s goal was fantastic.”