Despite the defeat and Challenge Cup exit, more positives than negatives emerged from this entertaining match, watched by a healthy crowd at Broadwood.
The early departure of Pat Keogh through injury was a blow for Clyde, but it didn’t spoil an excellent first half, with both keepers making excellent saves to keep the scoreline blank. A fine Keigan Parker strike midway through a fiery second period was enough to send the Saints through, but The Bully Wee can feel slightly unlucky overall.
A match report with reaction will be available in the ‘Fixtures / Results’ section soon.
The other results in the 2nd Round were:-
Brechin 3 v 1 Stirling Albion
Forfar 4 v 2 Albion Rovers (aet)
Morton 1 v 2 Airdrie
Peterhead 1 v 2 Inverness
Raith Rovers 2 v 0 Stranraer
Ross County 5 v 0 Dumbarton
St.Mirren 2 v 1 Berwick
High Cross Man of the Match
Pictures courtesy of Frank Tocher and