|11 April||Clyde 0 East Fife 0||Div. Two||Crowd: 629|
|Team: Stewart, Strathdee, Gibb, Prytz (Allan), Johnston, Ritchie, Dyer, Cusick, Kirk, Ronald, Munro Subs not used: Roberts, Fisher|
With only 629 spectators in
their 8,003 seat stadium, Clyde tried to create an atmosphere by playing crowd noises
through the loudspeaker system!
East Fife created the first chance when Paul Ronald set up Matt Dyer, but his shot was saved by home 'keeper Balfour. Former East Fife man John McStay saved an almost certain East Fife goal after 20 minutes when he succesfully broke down a move by George Johnston and John Cusick. East Fife 'keeper Stewart made a great save in 35 minutes from Clyde's Cameron.
East Fife almost scored four minutes into the second half but Cusick's shot was well saved by the home 'keeper. John Cusick had another chance to score five minutes later but his shot hit the bar. Then it was Kenny Munro's turn to hit the woodwork, with John McStay clearing his effort which hit the post. Clyde 'keeper Balfour again saved his side when he pushed a Steve Kirk free kick around the post.
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