A goal by Alex Williams in the thirteenth minute proved decisive as Clyde took all three points to move into fourth place, one point behind second top Dundee.
One notable feature of today’s match at Broadwood was the fact that Queen’s had no less than five players booked whilst Gary Arbuckle’s was the only Clyde name to be entered in the ref’s book.
The rest of the First Division results were as follows:
Airdrie United 3 St. Johnstone 1
Hamilton Academical 1 Dundee 1
Ross County 2 Stranraer 1
St. Mirren 1 Brechin City 0
Clyde: Jarvie (Cherrie 45), McGregor, Malone, Higgins, McKeown, McHale, Bryson (Arbuckle 50), O’Donnell, Williams (Brawley 68), Brighton, McGowan
Subs Not Used: Hunter, Dick
Goals: Williams (15)
Queen of South: Barnard, Paton, English (Gibson 62), McColligan, Reid, Thomson, Lovell, Bowey, McNiven (McLaughlin 52), Wood, Payne (Burns 63)
Subs Not Used: Carr, Scott
Booked: Thomson, McNiven, McColligan, Gibson, Wood
Attendance: 1,152 (Home 890; Away 262)
Referee: Mr. C. Hardie