Dobbie grabs second half hat-trick to see off Clyde
Forty three seconds into the second half Queens looked as if they had taken the lead when Lyndon Dykes’ through ball fell to Dobbie who lobbed Blair Currie only to see the ball bounced off the base of the post.
However, a minute later, they took the lead when Scott Mercer’s cross found Dobbie who headed the ball off the crossbar and the post and it fell just over the line. It was marginal but enough for referee David Munro to give it.
Just two minutes later Dobbie broke the offside trap, got through clear on goal and curled his shot low and hard past Currie.
After that spell Queens were flat and made some mistakes. They gave up possession which annoyed manager Naysmith.
But with 12 minutes to go Dobbie caught a stray pass in the middle of the park which allowed him another clean run at goal and there was no doubt whatsoever that he would find the back of the net.
Strike one Dobbie heads home the first of his hat-trick