Colts fail to pull trigger

Colts slumped to their second successive Lowland League defeat against a spirited Selkirk side who finished with nine men at Broadwood.

Chris Smith in an aerial battle as Clyde try to find a way through the Ayr defence (pic by Kevin Thorne)

Ayr United 1 Clyde 1: Mighty Quinn earns Clyde replay

A proud Clyde performance secured a Scottish Cup replay with Ayr United after a 1-1 draw at Somerset Park.

Broque Watson is denied by a last gasp Edinburgh challenge (pic by Alex Miller)

Edinburgh Uni 2 Cumbernauld Colts 0: second half errors cost Colts

Cumbernauld Colts endured a miserable day in more ways than one as they went down 2-0 at Edinburgh University on Saturday.

David Gormley celebrates after completing his hat-trick against Stirling Albion

Clyde hat-trick hero Gormley eyeing up Scottish Cup Ayr raid

Clyde hat-trick hero David Gormley will be on familiar ground when the Bully Wee travel to face Ayr United in Saturday’s Cup showdown.

John Gibson is red-carded against Stirling Albion. (pic by Michael Gillen)

Clyde bring in new keeper ahead of Ayr cup tie

Clyde have drafted in former Livingston keeper Connor Quinn as an emergency signing ahead of Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup tie with Ayr United.

Sean Brown one-on-one with the BSC keeper

Cumbernauld Colts 4 BSC Glasgow 3: Colts hold on in thriller

Cumbernauld Colts held off a BSC Glasgow comeback to edge home 4-3 in an entertaining Lowland League clash at Broadwood on Saturday.

Bonnyrigg's Keiran McGachie shields the ball from Michael McGee and Paul Doyle.

Bonnyrigg Rose 3 Kilsyth Rangers 0: End of cup road for Kilsyth

Kilsyth Rangers’ Scottish Junior Cup dreams were ended for another year by their 3-0 fourth round replay defeat at Bonnyrigg Rose.

Clyde boss Barry Ferguson was a frustrated man after Clyde's draw at Edinburgh City

Edinburgh City 0 Clyde 0: Bully Wee draw another blank

Clyde were left to rue missed opportunities at Meadowbank as they were forced to settle for a point in the capital.

Jordan McMillan in action during Clyde's win over Stirling Albion (pic by Michael Gillen)

McMillan boost as Clyde look to end losing streak

Clyde head for Edinburgh City on Saturday looking to end a miserable run which has seen them take just one point from their last seven games.

Kilsyth celebrate Gary Kelly's opener against Bonnyrigg

Same again will do for Kilsyth boss Hogg at Bonnyrigg

Kilsyth Rangers boss Keith Hogg wants the same again from his players when they travel to Bonnyrigg for Saturday’s cup replay.

Frame (left) with Thorniewood vice-president Drew Russell after their Central League Cup victory in 2015.

New Cumbernauld United boss happy to delay debut

New Cumbernauld United manager Andy Frame says not having a game for a couple of weeks could prove a blessing in disguise.

David Gormley is off to celebrate after completing his hat-trick against Stirling Albion (pic by Michael Gillen)

Clyde 3 Stirling Albion 2: Gormley grabs glory with cup treble

A hat-trick by David Gormley gave Clyde a 3-2 win over Stirling Albion and a place in the last 16 of the Scottish Cup.

The winners of the replay between Bonnyrigg Rose and Kilsyth Rangers will face Petershill

Scottish Junior Cup fifth round draw

The draw for the fifth round of the Scottish Junior Cup has thrown up some fascinating ties.

Clyde boss Barry Ferguson said his side paid the price for Ryan Finnie's red card against Arbroath.

Clyde boss Ferguson blames defeat on “10 seconds of madness”

Clyde manager Barry Ferguson pointed to ‘ten seconds of madness’ that cost Clyde against Arbroath at the weekend.

Congratulations for Paul McBride after putting Kilsyth two up against Bonnyrigg

Kilsyth 2 Bonnyrigg 2: Rangers denied in Scottish Cup thriller

Kilsyth Rangers came within seven minutes of knocking out Bonnyrigg Rose in a pulsating Scottish Junior Cup fourth round tie at Duncansfield on Saturday.

It was another disappointing day for Clyde against Arbroath

Clyde 1 Arbroath 2: Another defeat for Ferguson’s Bully Wee

A red card to the debuting Ryan Finnie was enough to derail Clyde’s second half fight back and consign the Bully Wee to a fourth straight league defeat at the hands of second-placed Arbroath.

Andy Frame (left) guided Thorniewood to their first trophy in 50 years.

Frame quits Thorniewood to take over at Cumbernauld

Cumbernauld United are set to appoint Andy Frame as their new manager in succession to George Shaw.
Celebrations after Peter MacDonalds second goal at Stirling on Saturday.

Clyde looking to get league form back on track against Arbroath

Clyde boss Barry Ferguson has been a much happier man this week, despite seeing his side miss the chance to make the Scottish Cup last 16 at the first time of asking.

George Shaw (right) with chairman George Watson after being appointed in September

Cumbernauld United and manager Shaw part company

Junior side Cumbernauld United have parted company with manager George Shaw after just four months.

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