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Back to the future is the aim for Clyde’s Duffie

It wasn’t the debut new Clyde signing Kieran Duffie had hoped for, but the 25-year-old admitted he’s just happy to be back playing after struggling with injuries.

Chris Fahey takes to the field with Cumbernauld Colts for last seasons South of Scotland Cup Final against East Kilbride.

Ex-Colts keeper opens new coaching academy in Cumbernauld

A new academy which is aimed at providing specialised coaching for young goalkeepers will open up in Cumbernauld this week.

Sean Brown watches Hawick keeper Craig Saunders pull off a spectacular save

Hawick 0 Colts 1: Mortimer goal enough for Cumbernauld

Cumbernauld Colts were narrow winners over bottom-of-the-table Hawick Royal Albert on Saturday.

Winner takes all at biggest ever Cumbernauld 10K

Winner takes all at biggest ever Cumbernauld 10K

Cumbernauld’s smash hit 10K was won by Hamilton runner Robert Gilroy who beat his nearest rival by nearly two minutes.

Action from the Duncansfield derby which Kilsyth won.

Kilsyth 3 Cumbernauld 1: Rangers break duck with derby win

Kilsyth Rangers recorded their first league win of the season with a 3-1 success over Cumbernauld United in Saturday’s derby clash.

Clyde were unable to overcome an Edinburgh City side who began the day bottom of the table (pic by Craig Halkett).

Clyde 2 Edinburgh City 3: Injury time winner stuns Bully Wee

Clyde boss Jim Chapman felt his side were naive during their dramatic 3-2 injury time defeat to Edinburgh City.
Action from the Sectional League Cup clash between Cumbernauld and Kilsyth in August.

Cumbernauld and Kilsyth chase vital points in derby showdown

Junior rivals Cumbernauld United and Kilsyth Rangers go head to head in the first Super League derby of the season at Duncansfield on Saturday.

Jordan Reid gets another Cumbernauld attack going (pic by Charlie Kearton)

Two out of two as Cumbernauld win again

Cumbernauld enjoyed a fine 28-3 win away to Birkmyre in their BT West Division 2 encounter on Saturday.

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This year's Cumbernauld 10K is fully booked.

Cumbernauld 10K sold out for first time ever

For the first time in its 11-year history, the Cumbernauld 10k has sold out.

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Barry Cuddihy is congratulated after his winning strike at Stirling (pic by Paul Cram)

Clyde star Cuddihy believes Stirling victory could prove vital

Clyde’s goalscoring hero Barry Cuddihy insists that Saturday’s win over Stirling Albion may prove to be crucial, even this early into the season.

Clyde celebrate after scoring at Stirling

Stirling 2 Clyde 3: We’ve played better - Chapman

Jim Chapman insists the best is yet to come from his new-look Clyde squad despite an impressive 3-2 away win over leaders Stirling Albion.

Sean Brown nets the third for Cumbernauld Colts

Cumbernauld Colts hit six against Vale of Leithen

Cumbernauld Colts hit Vale of Leithen for six as they bounced back from their disappointing defeat to Edusport Academy.

Kilsyth Rangers boss Chris McGroarty

Glencairn 5 Kilsyth 1: Day of misery for Rangers at Rutherglen

Kilsyth Rangers continued their miserable start to the season when they were thumped 5-1 at Rutherglen Glencairn on Saturday.

Action from Cumbernauld's match with Cambuslang (pic by Craig Halkett)

Cumbernauld 1 Cambuslang 3: United lose to league leaders

Cumbernauld United suffered a disappointing loss to Super League First Division joint leaders Cambuslang Rangers at Guy’s Meadow.

Cameron Richardson with his world duathlon gold medal

Cumbernauld teenager is world duathlon champion

Cumbernauld’s Cameron Richardson has conquered the world by lifting gold at the world duathlon championships in Canada.

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Clyde manager Jim Chapman

Clyde boss confident ahead of trip to face leaders Stirling

Jim Chapman says there is no reason his team can’t get a win when they travel to top of the table Stirling Albion.

Action from Clydes Betfred Cup match with Annan. The format of the competition is popular with Clyde fans - as are trips to play Annan away from home.

Clyde fans have their say on the state of Scottish football

Clyde fans have been giving their views on Scottish football in general and supporting the Bully Wee in particular.

Chris Mitchell (number 16) in action for Clyde against Livingston.

Night at the Races boosts foundation in memory of Chris Mitchell

A charity night in aid of a foundation set up in memory of former Clyde and Falkirk player Chris Mitchell has raised more than £6,500.

Saturdays defeat was disappointing for Colts co-manager Craig McKinlay

Academy give lesson to Colts in taking chances

Cumbernauld Colts suffered a disappointing defeat at the hands of Lowland League newcomers Edusport Academy on Saturday.

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