Rangers football club, Scotland, by photographer Sutton-Hibbert 'Life In The 3rd' is a photographic journey through the Scottish footballing Irn-Bru Third Division which this year is graced by the presence of the mighty Rangers Football Club. Rangers have found themselves playing in the lowest division, not because of bad results on the pitch, but because of years of poor financial results and mismangement. Financial complexities culminated in the club being bought by a new investor, Charles Green, and the Scottish Football Association's refusal to recognise the new financial arranegments, and as such Rangers were deemed to be a new club and faced no option but to work their way back to glory from the bottom of the Third Division. This book (currently ongoing, scheduled to be completed at end of footballing season in May 2013) is a document of an unusual year in Third Division football. The images show what it means to be a fan in these interesting times, the clash of a corporate footballing team versus semi-professional status teams, and a city team with their fans visiting rural towns and countryside local supporters. The photographs document the small stadiums across the Scottish landscape, stadiums which have crowd capacities of 2,000 compared to Rangers' Ibrox Stadium crowds of 45,000. The pictures also show that across the divide, fans are fans, fathers take their sons along to games, and certain footballing traditions are to be found despite the team supported or stadium locale.