Bellshill Athletic 1
Clydebank 2
League (Super Division One)

Bellshill Athletic 

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League (Super Division One)
Saturday, February 13th, 2016
Rockburn Park
2:00 PM Kick-off

Byrne (68) Joel Kasubandi (16)
Nicky Little (30)

Team Managers
Unknown. Billy McGhie

Starting Eleven
1 Peat
2 Brady
3 McDowall
4 Shaw
5 Ferguson
6 McGowan
7 Brunton
8 McGrath
9 Norton
10 Simpson
11 Henderson
Josh Lumsden 1
Danny MacKinnon 2
Hashim Cole 3
Jamie Lyden 4
Robert O'Neill 5
Alan Vezza 6
Mark Burbidge 7
Graham Mort 8
Joel Kasubandi 9
Nicky Little 10
Ryan Holms 11

12 Nicholl
14 Brophy
15 Dingwall
16 Peat
18 Byrne
Stevie Young 12
Jordan Shelvey 14
Andy Paterson 15
Phil Barclay 16
Robert Tiropoulos 20

Byrne -> Simpson (61) Jordan Shelvey for Joel Kasubandi (81)
Andy Paterson for Robert O'Neill (84)
Phil Barclay for Mark Burbidge (88)

McGrath (41) Danny MacKinnon (38)
Joel Kasubandi (60)

Red Cards
None. None.

Match Officials

Jim Burns (Referee)
Lewis Sinclair & Willie Duffy (Assistants)

Match Report

If ever there was an advert for summer football this was it. Bitterly cold, wet, windy and a pitch that was not conducive to any kind of passing whatsoever. The result was another awful game of football as punting the ball 60 yards up the park one way then the other was the order of the day.

In fairness to the Bankies this was the third match in a row that they have had to play in these kind of conditions and they have collected full points on all three occasions. There must be some kind of promotion credentials in there somewhere.

The Bankies had the advantage of the wind at their backs in the first half and the two goal lead at the break was well deserved. Joel Kasubandi, who had his best game in a while, rounded the keeper for the opener and Nicky Little calmly slotted home the second on the half hour. The always lively Mark Burbidge had two great chances to kill it but failed to make the most of the openings.

Bellshill played better in the second half and the Bankies less so. Substitute Byrne pulled one back on 68 minutes after some slack defending. The Bankies had to endure some hairy moments in the last few minutes but hung on to take the points. Largs lead at the top is back to one point, so the importance of results like this on days like this cannot be under-estimated.

Match report written by Stuart McBay

Squad Statistics (as at February 13th, 2016)

2015-16 All Time
League Cups All
Josh Lumsden (GK) 12 - 6 - 18 -
Alan Vezza 12 - 82464
Hashim Cole 11 - 5 - 16 -
Robert O'Neill 11181192
Danny MacKinnon 8 - 7 - 15 -
Jamie Lyden 410 - 41
Graham Mort 6 - 3 - 322
Mark Burbidge 1226 - 182
Nicky Little 107641611
Joel Kasubandi 127631810
Ryan Holms 10286208
Andy Paterson (sub) 8 - 8 - 1335
Phil Barclay (sub) 5 - 61302
Jordan Shelvey (sub) 10172509