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QUEEN OF THE SOUTH 0 : 2 CLYDE 23rd September 2006
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S1 - 36
Rating: 3.82
S2 - 52
A Thomson
Rating: 3.00
S3 - 58
Rating: 4.19
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On paper the line-up looked pretty strong, Lauchlan, Mackenzie and Henderson at the back, Burns wide right, McCaffrey wide left with O'Neill providing the attacking midfield option, Scally the holding and Robertson the creative, whilst up front we had the twin towers of new signing Barrowman and O'Connor. However as soon as that line-up got off paper and onto grass it was a different story. Today we were never at the races, after the first twenty minutes in which neither side dominated it was Clyde's match and they could have won by a good few more than they did.

New boy Barrowman looks for insipration
There is little point in pretending that the first half contained any action for Queens of any note as my own notes run to less than twenty words and cover an easy chance for Stephen O'Donnell in eight minutes that he blasted over following a low drive that rebounded to him. A goal for Imrie following a corner from the left that the Queens defence in their entirety missed leaving the striker the back post to head in at and then the substitution of Murray Henderson following a horrendous two footed tackle by Imrie that was as late as the match was poor. Henderson was replaced by Willie Gibson who took over from McCaffrey on the left as the Hibs loan star moved into Henderson's berth at the back.

Imrie beats McCaffrey to head home
The second half was little better but again for Queens this reporters note book is embarrassingly bare. Roddy Hunter missed a sitter twice for Clyde as Barry John Corr first saved with his hands then with his feet as the Clyde substitute was one on one with the 'keeper.

Big Sean struggled without any service
Ian McCall made two changes in an attempt to get his side moving. Andy Thomson for Sean O'Connor and Barry Callaghan for Andrew Barrowman.

The seventieth minute saw our second shot on goal (the first being a Dermott McCaffrey free kick in the first half) as Scott Robertson made 'keeper Cherrie stoop to pick up his shot. In between time Jim Lauchlan, Scott Robertson and Barry Callaghan were all booked.

Then the icing on the cake for Clyde as a sloppy ball played out of defence was lost to a Clyde forward who fed in Imrie once again and the striker made no mistake as he fired past Corr for his second of the match.

Imrie beats Corr as he slots the ball home
Ian McCall sums the game up very well in his post match interview on the 'Latest News' page.

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