|Season||Division||G2G||Win %||Draw %||Loss %|
|2011-12||Super Premier Division||5||0||-||0||0||40.0%||20.0%||40.0%|
|2010-11||Super League Division One||30||2||0.07||2||0||53.3%||26.7%||20.0%|
|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|
|Sep 3rd, 2011||03/09/11||League||Super Premier Division||vs. Ashfield (H)||0 - 3|
|Aug 27th, 2011||27/08/11||League||Super Premier Division||vs. Pollok (A)||5 - 4|
|Aug 20th, 2011||20/08/11||League||Super Premier Division||vs. Petershill (H)||0 - 1|
|Aug 3rd, 2011||03/08/11||Sectional League Cup||Group 6||vs. Glas Perthshire (A)||2 - 2|
|Jul 30th, 2011||30/07/11||Sectional League Cup||Group 6||vs. Yoker Athletic (H)||4 - 1|
|Recent First Team Goals|
|Nov 20th, 2010||20/11/10||League||Super Division One||vs. Cumbernauld Un (A)||3 - 3|
|Oct 16th, 2010||16/10/10||League||Super Division One||vs. East Kilbride Th (A)||1 - 2|
|List of Goals Scored (click to expand)|
|List of Games Played (click to expand)|
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August 28th, 2010
Girvan 1 - 1 Clydebank
League (Super Division One)
Clydebank earned their first point of the season against one of the promotion favourites, Girvan at a windswept Hamilton Park this afternoon. With the Bankies squad down to the bare bones due to suspensions, injuries and call offs, the signs were not promising that a positive result could be achieved, especially on the back of three straight defeats. One piece of good news however, was the inclusion of new signing Barry Crawford in the starting line up, slotting into the troublesome left back spot.
Clydebank blew the chance to go top of the Stagecoach 1st Division when they turned in a horror show at East Kilbride’s Show Park on Saturday. The last two weeks have seen the Bankies in league action whilst all the other sides have been involved in cup competition. Admittedly, the Show Park and Fullarton Park – the scene of last weeks disappointing draw with Vale of Clyde – have never been happy hunting grounds for the club. However, both of these sides have been struggling in the bottom half of the league and it was considered a great opportunity for the Bankies to stamp their authority in this division.
A spirited comeback in the last 15 minutes gave the Bankies an unlikely share of the spoils against Cumbernauld as the Guys Meadow side looked to have the points in the bag after racing in to a 3-1 lead. Tommy Martin’s penalty had drawn the sides level after Gibson’s early opener. Gibson added his second, and then Jarvis put the home side in control in the second half , but Crawford and McPherson rescued a point with late strikes.
You would be forgiven for thinking that Ashfield actually prefer playing at Holm Park than they do at their own Saracen Park ground. That is because for the fifth time in a row they have left with the three points in their back pocket. It seems to be getting progressively worse for manager Budgie McGhie and his troops as Ashfield recorded their best ever result over the Bankies. Three goals without reply was the final result, and although the margin was a little harsh on the home side, the actual outcome seemed inevitable.
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