Queen’s Park 0
Scottish League Two
Clyde picked up full points at Broadwood on Saturday with an emphatic win over bottom side Queen’s Park.
The win takes the Bully Wee up to fourth place in the Scottish League Two.
After last week’s defeat at the hands of Albion Rovers, Clyde boss Jim Duffy added Iain Gray, Kevin Watt and Scott Ferguson to the starting line-up. Former Hibs man Harry Monaghan also featured as a trialist.
Queens started the brighter side and a powerful effort by Joao Pereira Vitoria was well kept out by Jamie Barclay.
After the break Clyde soon grabbed the initiative and notched up two goals in as many minutes.
Kieran MacDonald put the hosts ahead when he found the bottom corner of the net with a low shot in the 50th minute,.
Scott Ferguson notched up his first goal for the club two minutes later when he left several defenders in his wake and fired the ball past keeper Michael Brown.
The three points were signed, sealed and delivered in the 71st minute when Jame McColm’s cross was deflected by Queen’s defender Jamie Brough into his own net.
CLYDE: Barclay, Gray, McQueen, Frances, MacDonald, Ferguson (Dickie 86), Sweeney, A. Trialist, McColm, Watt (MacBeth 86), Daly (McGachie 90). Subs (not used): Scullion and Rajovic.
QUEEN’S PARK: Michael Brown, Mitchell, Brough, Mosson, McComish, Spittal, Rooney, Keenan, Burns (McVey 63), Quinn (Davison 81), Vitoria. Subs (not used): Gebbie, Gibson and Lochhead.
Referee: Nick Walsh.