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Danny Lennon is new Clyde boss

Former St Mirren manager Danny Lennon has been unveiled as the new boss of Clyde.

Clyde's Martin McNiff battles for possession with Stenhousemuir defender Ross Dunlop (pic by Alan Murray).

Stenhousemuir 1 Clyde 1: Bully Wee battle back to draw

Clyde interim manager Tony McNally paid tribute to his side’s second half display as they held on for a 1-1 away draw at Stenhousemuir.

Kilsyth come close but Alan McFadden is denied by Kello keeper Ryan Dunsmuir. (pic by Craig Halkett)

Kilsyth 2 Kello 1: Rangers hold on for victory

Kilsyth Rangers moved into the top half of the table for the first time this season with a welcome 2-1 win over Kello Rovers at Duncansfield on Saturday.

A specatcular effort at goal from Cumbernauld's Davie Dickson against Irvine Meadow. (pic by Craig Halkett).

Murphy snatches last gasp draw for Cumbernauld

An equaliser from skipper Paul Murphy in the last seconds earned Cumbernauld United a deserved draw from their Super League First Division clash with Irvine Meadow at Guy’s Meadow on Saturday.

Tackling one of the hills in the senior men's race (pic by Alan Murray)

Cumbernauld hosts national cross country championships

Athletes from all over Scotland converged on Cumbernauld on Saturday to take part in the annual Lindsays XC National Relays at Cumbernauld House Park.

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Saturday's defeat by Elgin was Jim Chapman's last game as Clyde manager

Manager Chapman parts company with Clyde

Clyde have axed manager Jim Chapman after just five months in charge at Broadwood.
Clyde lost four goals at home for the second week in a row (pic by Craig Halkett)

Clyde 2 Elgin 4: Another loss brings more Bully Wee woe

Clyde boss Jim Chapman accepted full responsibility for his side’s 4-2 home defeat to Elgin City on Saturday, a result that leaves the Bully Wee 10 points off the play-off places.

Kilsyth were made to work hard for their victory (pic by Craig Halkett)

Kilsyth 3 Parkvale 1: Rangers resist fightback to progress

Two early goals set Kilsyth Rangers up for a Scottish Junior Cup win over Aberdeen side Stoneywood Parkvale at Duncansfield on Saturday.

Cumbernauld keeper Jordan Brown makes an early penalty save

Thornton 0 Cumbernauld 2: Sweet victory for United at Thornton

Cumbernauld United are through to the third round of the Scottish Junior Cup after a 2-0 victory over Thornton Hibs in Fife on Saturday.

Cumbernauld won at Tayport in the first round.

Cumbernauld and Kilsyth on Scottish Junior Cup glory trail

It’s Scottish Junior Cup time for Cumbernauld United and Kilsyth Rangers on Saturday - with both facing opponents they know little about.

Ian Hepburn prepares to release a pass (pic by Charlie Kearton)

Cumbernauld run in tries by the dozen in 76-point landslide win

Cumbernauld scored no fewer than 12 tries in a 76-0 demolition of Millbrae in their latest BT West Division 2 encounter.

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Toon come from behind to beat Bully Wee

Peterhead came back from an early Clyde goal to take all three points at Broadwood Stadium with a 4-1 win over the Bully Wee.

William Mortimer got the only goal of the game for Colts

Colts 1 East Kilbride 0: Cumbernauld KO cup holders

Cumbernauld Colts gained sweet revenge as they knocked holders East Kilbride out of the SFA South Region Cup at Broadwood on Friday night.

Gary Kelly takes on a Troon defender (pic by Alan Murray)

Kilsyth 1 Troon 1: Rangers battle back to earn draw

Kilsyth Rangers rescued a point thanks to a late Chris Reid goal which salvaged a 1-1 draw against Troon at Duncansfield on Saturday.

The school held a special assembly to unveil the sportscotland Gold Flag. Picture: Michael Gillen.

Carbrain Primary are top of the class with sports award

Carbrain Primary in Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire, has been recognised with a prestigious national award for innovation and achievement in delivering physical education and extra-curricular sport.

North Lanarkshire Chiefs won their opening Anderson Cup tie

Chiefs get basketball season off to winning start

The senior men’s side at Cumbernauld-based basketball club North Lanarkshire Chiefs started their season on a positive note on Tuesday with a 75-36 win over Glasgow Fever (2) at St Maurice’s Sports Barn.

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Keith keeper David Dey made some stunning saves to keep the score down against Clyde.

Bully Wee flex muscles after break to see off gallant Keith

Clyde manager Jim Chapman declared himself satisfied as his team advanced to the third round of the Scottish Cup following a convincing win over plucky Keith.

Action from Cumbernauld's match with Lenzie

Battling Badgers hold on to edge past Lenzie in scrappy derby encounter

Cumbernauld got back to winning ways with a 13-10 success over Lenzie in Saturday’s long-awaited BT West Division 2 derby clash at Auchenkilns.

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Clyde boss Jim Chapman wants concentration and focus at Keith

Clyde boss Chapman won't take cup opponents Keith lightly

Clyde hit the Scottish Cup trail on Saturday when they travel north to take on Highland League side Keith in a second round tie.

Monty Ogilvie remains unbeaten as a pro fighter (pic by Michael Gillen).

Four pro wins out of four for Kilsyth-based Ogilvie

Kilsyth-based boxer Monty Ogilvie maintained a winning start to his professional career with victory number four last weekend.

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