Point gives Fifers crown
Clyde.................. 0 East Fife............. 0 East Fife were crowned League Two champions at Broadwood following their goalless draw with Clyde.
A draw was enough for Gary Naysmith’s side to kill off Clyde’s lingering title hopes and with rivals Annan and Queen’s Park also dropping points, the Fifers were promoted.
Barry Ferguson was forced into a late change to his line-up, as Scott Durie suffered an injury in the warm-up. Jamie Watson was promoted from the bench.
The match turned out to be a cagey affair. Steven Campbell saw an early effort saved for the visitors before Scott McLaughlin went close for Clyde
Shortly before half-time, the Bully Wee survived a scare when a long ball into the box caused a problem but Scott McMann cleared off the line.
Early in the second half, Jordan Kirkpatrick went close from the edge of the box.
Sean Higgins did well to acrobatically hook a loose ball back towards goal, but it was cleared by the East Fife defence before a finishing touch could be applied.
Fifers substitute Jamie Insall had the last clear-cut chance of the match but his shot drifted wide of the far post. Clyde FC lottery draw April, 13 numbers were 5, 8, 13, 22.
There was no jackpot winner but 13 share the £250 second prize.
The jackpot is now up to £19,750.
L2 battle Clyde’s Mark McLaughlin challenges Nathan Austin