A LAST-GASP header by Liam Cusack earned Clyde a share of the spoils against East Stirling on Saturday.
The Bully Wee dominated the game for the most part, but were wasteful in front of goal.
The Shire punished the Cumbernauld side on the stroke of half-time as Kevin Turner rounded the keeper to slot home.
In the second half Clyde continued to probe in search for an equaliser, and they eventually found a way passed Antell in the home goal on the 92nd minute, when Cusack got on the end of a flick on from Brian McQueen.
Cusack had another chance to win the game, seconds from time, but a wall of Shire bodies ensured his effort was deflected away.
For the latest from the Clyde camp, and all the rest of your local sport, see Wednesday’s News and Chronicle.