Clyde 1 Stirling Albion 0
Scottish League Two
The Bully Wee secured another three points to boost their hopes of a league one play-off slot on Saturday.
The Broadwood outfit’s single goal gave them victory over near rivals Stirling Albion.
Boss Jim Duffy made no changes to the starting line-up for this important match.
John Sweeney had a shot rattle off the post in the opening minustes and Stirling’s Alex Cunningham also came close shooting just wide.
But a Stefan McCluskey goal a minute before the interval was the only goal of the game. McCluskey pounced on an Albion a defensive error and coolly rounded the advancing ‘keeper (pictured) to roll the ball into the net.
However, the three points were no more than Clyde deserved as throughout the match The Bully Wee created the majority of goalscoring opportunities in an entertaining game.
Clyde: Barclay, McGhee, MacDonald, Janczyk, Marsh, McQueen, Ferguson, Sweeney, McCluskey, Daly, McColm. Subs: Gray, Scullion, Capuano, Frances, McKinnon, Young, Shaw.
Stirling Albion: Crawford, Ashe, Day, O’Byrne, Bishop, McGeachie, Weir, Comrie, Cunningham, White, Smith. Sub: Weatherston, Johnston, Ferry, Fulton, Hamilton, Munn, Reidford.