Clyde continued their pre-season preparations on Saturday when they chalked up a 4-1 win over East Kilbride.
New boss Barry Ferguson included recent signings Scott Durie, David Gray and David Sinclair in the game.
Although East Kilbride started well, Clyde quickly came back into the game and took the lead through Kevin Watt who slotted the ball past East Kilbride keeper Iain Stewart.
Brian McQueen put Clyde two ahead when a Sinclair corner fell to him in the box.
Watt grabbed his second early in the second half, firing in a low cross from Durie.
Clyde added a fourth in the 73rd minute when Michael Daly slotted home a Stuart McColm cross from close range.
With just ten minutes left East Kilbride pulled a goal back, centre-half Craig Duncan smashing the ball into the net.
The Bully Wee have been drawn against Ayr United in the first round of the Petrofac Training Cup.
The match takes place at Broadwood on Saturday, July 26 and will be Barry Ferguson’s first competitive match as Clyde manager.
The Broadwood outfit have been given another home tie in the first round of the Scottish League Cup.
This time their opponents will be Championship side Cowdenbeath.
The game is scheduled to take place at Broadwood Stadium on Saturday, August 2. Kick-off is at 3pm.