Rangers stumbled to a 1-1 draw against Alloa Athletic on Saturday afternoon, but it didn't dampen any of the celebrations at Ibrox as the Gers lifted the Scottish Championship title.
The Gers sealed the title earlier this month with a 1-0 home win over Dumbarton, and as this was their first game at Ibrox since that day, Rangers got to celebrate by lifting the title in front of their own fans, and Alloa offered them a guard of honour (above), unlike Hibernian in midweek.
Celtic loanee Michael Duffy stunned Ibrox when he gave Alloa an early lead, and after Andy Halliday saw a penalty kick saved for Rangers, James Tavernier headed Mark Warburton's men level.
Rangers plugged away looking for a winner to really cap off the day, but it didn't come as they had to settle for a point before starting the celebrations.
Manager Warburton took the time to celebrate with the trophy after the final whistle, but Rangers fans will know that he will already be thinking about and planning for the Scottish Cup final with Hibernian on May 21st.
Captain Lee Wallace lifted the trophy as he celebrated with his jubilant team-mates, with striker Nicky Clark kissing the trophy after a superb campaign for the club.
Now, Rangers will be hoping to make a big impact in the Scottish Premiership next season - and with that cup final with Hibernian to come, we may yet see more celebrations from Rangers next month.
Here are some of the photos from after the game, summing up Rangers' delight as they capped off a superb league season with the trophy.
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