A twenty-third minute goal from Clyde starlet Craig Bryson, who took advantage of County defender Neil McDonald's poor control, gave the Bully Wee a 1-0 half time lead today at Dingwall but a sixty-ninth minute Alex Burke headed equaliser denied victory for the Victoria Park visitors.
A feature of the match was a Clyde starting line-up which included, in addition to Craig Bryson, fellow teenagers Kevin Bradley and Robert Harris who both played the full ninety minutes. They were joined in the second half by John Paul McKeever and David Greenhill as the average age of the team dropped to what was probably its lowest of the season.
Goalkeeper Allan Morrison made his first League appearance of the season when he replaced Bryn Halliwell at the start of the second half.
This final result of a season which has exceeded all expectations means that Clyde have finished with sixty points from thirty-six fixtures, equal second with St. Mirren whose superior goal difference just nudges them ahead into the runners-up spot.
Clyde: Halliwell (Morrison 46), Espinola, Gilhaney, Bryson (McKeever 72), Potter, Sheridan (Greenhills 81), Bradley, Gibson, Gardiner, Malone, Harris.
Substitutes Not Used: Balmer, Flaherty.