|Season||Division||G2G||Win %||Draw %||Loss %|
|2018-19||West Region Premiership||9 (10)||1||0.05||0||0||52.6%||5.3%||42.1%|
|Apps = First Team Appearances (Sub Appearances) | Gls = Goals|
|Cln = Clean Sheets | CtGR = Clean Sheets to Games Ratio | W/D/L - Games won, drawn or lost as percentage of games played in|
|Yel = Yellow Cards/Cautions | Red = Red Cards/Dismissals|
|Recent First Team Starts|
|Dec 29th, 2018||29/12/18||League||West Region Premiership||vs. Irvine Meadow (H)||0 - 2|
|Dec 22nd, 2018||22/12/18||League||West Region Premiership||vs. Kilbirnie Lade (A)||1 - 1|
|Dec 1st, 2018||01/12/18||League||West Region Premiership||vs. Hurlford United (A)||2 - 5|
|Nov 10th, 2018||10/11/18||West of Scotland Cup||1st Round||vs. Glas Perthshire (H)||2 - 3|
|Sep 22nd, 2018||22/09/18||League||West Region Premiership||vs. Cumnock (A)||2 - 3|
|Recent First Team Goals|
|Sep 29th, 2018||29/09/18||Scottish Junior Cup||2nd Round||vs. Armadale Th (H)||4 - 0|
|List of Goals Scored (click to expand)|
|List of Games Played (click to expand)|
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July 30th, 2018
Clydebank 3 - 0 Vale of Leven
Sectional League Cup (Group 9)
Jack was born on this date in .
Clydebank brushed aside Vale of Leven with a strong second half performance scoring three times without reply to top their group table in the Sectional League Cup. Stevie Higgins scored the opener seconds before the interval and first goals for Chris Dooley and Del Hepburn tied up the points.
Clydebank moved into the third round of the Scottish Junior Cup with a less than impressive performance against Armadale Thistle. The scoreline may suggest the game was won at a canter, but it took the Bankies two changes in formation before they finally got it right. With seventy minutes on the clock the game was still scoreless, until Jamie Darroch’s fine volley ended Armadale’s resistance. Two more goals followed in the next nine minutes, and Jack McClair scored in injury time to put a flattering gloss on the final score.
Clydebank’s interest in the Scottish Cup ended at the quarter final stage as Hurlford United ran out deserved 3-1 winners on a quagmire of a pitch at Lochburn Park. As was feared, The Bankies missed their chance to win this tie last week, and Hurlford as expected performed much better in the replay. Despite getting off to a fantastic start through an early goal from Nicky Little, the roof caved in as the heaven’s opened up. With the pitch turning into something more akin to the Glastonbury music festival, Clydebank’s reliance on pace and passing was neutered allowing Hurlford to completely dictate the terms of play. As well as a strong defence, Hurlford had the outstanding player on display in Ryan Caddis whose second half performance was the difference between the sides and his goal killed the game off.
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