Clyde settle for a point in Elgin
Elgin City ....... 1 Clyde.............. 1 Clyde returned from the most northerly football league ground in Scotland with a point after an evenly fought 1-1 draw with Elgin.
From the early stages, Scott Ferguson for the Bully Wee was proving a handful up front, but was unable to turn possession into clear-cut chances.
Elgin’s Daniel Moore was performing a similar role whenever the home team broke forward, and it was from his corner that Daryl McHardy headed Elgin ahead after 13 minutes.
The much travelled Marvin Andrews made his Clyde debut and was a reassuring presence in the Clyde defence.
It was his header just over the bar midway through the first half that signalled the visitors’ intent.
Another Andrews header from a corner on the half hour caused chaos in the Elgin defence, and he was first to the goalmouth scramble to make it 1-1.
With the slope in their favour in the second half, Daniel Moore’s industry on the wing meant Elgin looked most likely to score.
But Clyde skipper Mark McLaughlin drew a fine onehanded save from Stewart Black in the Elgin goal.
pass-back put McGowan through and the Lang keeper was forced to make a fine block.
Cambuslang showed some improvement after the break and began to threaten the home goal.
A shot on the turn from Davidson skimmed the bar, then a Kilmartin free-kick followed the same route.
Cambuslang had a long spell of pressure and for 10 minutes Ashfield were pinned back in their own half. However, it all came to nothing and Ashfield hit the Lang with the perfect sucker punch.
A long clearance found Rangers defenders absent and Moulangou strode on to lash the ball into the net.
A fine run and shot by Kilmartin at last gave the Lang fans something to cheer but just two minutes later Moulangou repeated the act at the other end to complete his hat trick.
Kilmartin then notched his second after being set up by MacLeod.
Cambuslang: Jones, Chalmers, Scanlon, Newman, Welsh, McBeth, S. Davidson, R. Davidson, Kilmartin, Faulds, MacLeod. Subs: Caird, Hudson, McStay, Lynch.
Debut Marvin Andrews