|Season||Division||G2G||Win %||Draw %||Loss %|
|2019-20||West Region Premiership||22 (4)||3||0.12||5||1||53.8%||7.7%||38.5%|
|2018-19||West Region Premiership||24 (12)||3||0.08||6||0||47.2%||11.1%||41.7%|
|2017-18||Super Premier Division||14 (7)||1||0.05||1||0||42.9%||9.5%||47.6%|
|Apps = First Team Appearances (Sub Appearances) | Gls = Goals|
|GtGR = Goals 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|
|Jan 25th, 2020||25/01/20||League||West Region Premiership||vs. Benburb (A)||1 - 0|
|Jan 18th, 2020||18/01/20||League||West Region Premiership||vs. Rutherglen Glen (A)||1 - 2|
|Jan 4th, 2020||04/01/20||League||West Region Premiership||vs. Glenafton Ath (H)||2 - 2|
|Dec 28th, 2019||28/12/19||League||West Region Premiership||vs. Largs Thistle (A)||3 - 2|
|Dec 7th, 2019||07/12/19||League||West Region Premiership||vs. Troon (H)||1 - 2|
|Recent First Team Goals|
|Sep 28th, 2019||28/09/19||Scottish Junior Cup||2nd Round||vs. Carluke Rovers (A)||3 - 1|
|Sep 14th, 2019||14/09/19||League||West Region Premiership||vs. Rutherglen Glen (H)||5 - 2|
|Jul 29th, 2019||29/07/19||Sectional League Cup||Group 9||vs. Yoker Athletic (H)||4 - 1|
|Oct 6th, 2018||06/10/18||League||West Region Premiership||vs. Petershill (H)||6 - 1|
|Aug 1st, 2018||01/08/18||Sectional League Cup||Group 9||vs. Yoker Athletic (A)||6 - 0|
|List of Goals Scored (click to expand)|
|List of Games Played (click to expand)|
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August 2nd, 2017
Glasgow Perthshire 1 - 2 Clydebank
Sectional League Cup (Group 6)
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Kieran McAnespie has a puzzle to solve. On the evidence of this match it is going to be a tough one. He somehow managed to get a fairly ordinary side promoted to the Super Premier Division. Subsequently, losing our two best players in the close season ripped the beating heart out of the side. Usually when a team is promoted it is on the crest of a wave to carry them through the early part of the following season. But for the Bankies it is a rebuilding job, with only 9 of last season's squad retained. A number of new players have been recruited and it remains to be seen whether they can get their act together quickly enough. McAnespie and assistant McCulloch seem to me like a couple of guys with a lot of ideas, so hopefully they will be able to build a side capable of surviving in the top division because I don't think we can realistically be expecting anything more.
Standing at the interval, we were talking about the first half that had gone before and I mentioned the problem of having three players booked in that period. My exact words were, "What are the chances of us ending this game with 11 men?" Well, I only had to wait three minutes of the second half to find out, and the answer was no chance. With the red card, went the game and the Bankies now sit pointless after three games.
Clydebank completed a routine victory over Carluke Rovers at the John Cumming Stadium to progress to the third round of the Scottish Cup. Rovers were spirited but the game panned out as much as you would have expected with Clydebank scoring their goals at the right times without ever playing at a high level. The score could have been a bit more emphatic with Carluke’s keeper making some fine saves to keep the scoreline respectable.
Benburb’s Veteran defender Andy Wright’s moment of madness gave the Bankies the points at New Tinto Park as he swept the ball past his own keeper for the game’s only goal. Clydebank probably just about shaded it over the ninety minutes and certainly created the better chances, so on balance deserved the points that make relegation look that bit more unlikely.
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