Clydebank 2
Whitletts Victoria 1
West of Scotland Cup (2nd Round)


Clydebank
2 - 1
 Whitletts Victoria

West of Scotland Cup (2nd Round)
Saturday, February 27th, 2016
Holm Park. Att. 237
2:00 PM Kick-off

Goalscorers
Nicky Little (pen.) (32)
Nicky Little (78)
Tony Balfour (pen 49)

Team Managers
Billy McGhie
Unknown.

Starting Eleven
1 Josh Lumsden
2 Robbie Halliday
3 Hashim Cole
4 Danny MacKinnon
5 Robert O'Neill
6 Alan Vezza
7 Mark Burbidge
8 Phil Barclay
9 Joel Kasubandi
10 Nicky Little
11 Ryan Holms
McInnes 1
Anderson 2
Ewart 3
Mullen 4
Buchanan 5
Watson 6
Davidson 7
L Kerr 8
McCarrison 9
McFall 10
Balfour 11

Bench
12 Stevie Young
14 Jordan Shelvey
15 Andy Paterson
16 Gregor Cree
20 Robert Tiropoulos
Sloan 12
K Kerr 14
Mathieson GK

Substitutions
Andy Paterson for Hashim Cole (45)
Jordan Shelvey for Joel Kasubandi (71)
Stevie Young for Ryan Holms (79)
None.

Cautions
Danny MacKinnon (41)
Mark Burbidge (48)
Mullen (32)
Davidson (65)
Buchanan (75)

Red Cards
None. None.
Match Officials

Richard Murray (Referee)
Ross MacLeod & Kevin McColgan (Assistants)




Match Report


The Bankies made it through to the third round of the West of Scotland Cup for the first time since 2009 as they struggled past lower league opponents Whitletts Victoria.

The Vics will feel a little hard done by as they showed great work rate throughout and never allowed the Bankies any great flow. The winning goal came with 12 minutes remaining and capped off Clydebank's best spell of the match when McInnes spilled Andy Paterson's long range drive with the lethal Nicky Little ramming home the loose ball.

Both sides had earlier scored a penalty kick each. Little converting to give the Bankies the lead after Barclay was downed by Mullen. Then Balfour repaid the compliment after a clear foul by Burbidge in the box.

There weren't a whole lot of other chances in the match. The Bankies were certainly dominant overall, but other than a few good old fashioned Scottish stramashes in the box very little in the way of clear cut chances were created.

That makes it four wins in a row for the Bankies, but they will need to play a bit better than this if they want to go any further in the tournament.

Match report written by Stuart McBay




Squad Statistics (as at February 27th, 2016)


2015-16 All Time
League Cups All
Josh Lumsden (GK) 12 - 7 - 19 -
Hashim Cole 11 - 6 - 17 -
Robert O'Neill 11191202
Robbie Halliday 6 - 6 - 12 -
Danny MacKinnon 8 - 8 - 16 -
Alan Vezza 12 - 92474
Mark Burbidge 1227 - 192
Phil Barclay 5 - 71312
Nicky Little 107761713
Joel Kasubandi 127731910
Ryan Holms 10296218
Andy Paterson (sub) 8 - 9 - 1345
Stevie Young (sub) 953 - 125
Jordan Shelvey (sub) 10182519