Star-studded Glasgow Rangers All Stars and the Barclays Wealth All Stars moved a step closer to an expected final showdown tomorrow after winning their opening matches in the masters' tournament at the HKFC Philips Lighting International Sevens last night. Boasting some the most well-known players to have worn a Rangers shirt, the Glasgow side got their campaign off to a good start with an emphatic 2-0 win over the Yau Yee Select Veterans. Their rivals also made a winning start, earning a 1-0 win over Bexton FC as stars of yesteryear displayed flashes of brilliance at the Hong Kong Football Club. Old boy Mark Walters, the former Aston Villa and Liverpool favourite, put Rangers in front with a powerful strike and Scott Nisbet added another late in the second half as the team made their intentions known in the competition. The Glasgow side are having a reunion by playing in Hong Kong and their trip has been made possible by the Hong Kong Glasgow Supporters Club, who paid all their expenses. Midfielder Derek Ferguson, who played for Rangers from 1989-90, said he was delighted to be playing in Hong Kong. 'Hong Kong is as exciting as I imagined it would be,' said Ferguson, who earned two caps for Scotland. 'It's great to be here and see familiar faces.' There were some familiar local faces as former South China star Leslie Santos that showed he had not lost his silky skills, scoring a superb strike in Golden Rainbow's 1-0 win over KFC Tokyo. Having an impressive sevens debut was Asghar Ali, better known as Hong Kong's deadly marksman for local hockey giants Shaheen. Ali scored two goals in Kowloon Cricket Club's 3-0 victory over Blake Garden. The Southampton Veterans also earned an excellent victory, defeating the Singapore Cricket Club 3-0, while the Mel Hood All Stars won by the same score against Footy Japan.