Profile: Jack Crawford

Clydebank Post:

Sport Reporter

Sport reporter working on the Clydebank Post and the Dumbarton & Vale of Leven Reporter

Latest articles from Jack Crawford

Clydebank’s players celebrate in the dressing room after Saturday’s win - and club chair Grace McGibbon, inset, says she hopes the team’s cup run can lead to even better things on and off the pitch in the future (Main pic - Stevie
Captain Nicky Little celebrates after heading home Bankies’ second goal in Saturday’s shock - but richly-deserved - Scottish Cup win over Clyde at Holm Park (Photo - Stevie Doogan)
Liam McGonigle gives a thumbs-up to the camera after scoring a hat-trick in Clydebank’s 6-1 win away to Glenrothes in the South Challenge Cup on Saturday - the ideal warm-up for Bankies’ Scottish Cup third round tie against Clyde at a
Matt Niven’s header over the bar was Clydebank’s best second-half effort as league leaders Auchinleck took full points at Holm Park on Saturday (Photo - Stevie Doogan)
Clydebank’s players celebrate after Conor Lynass’s 75th-minute strike put Gordon Moffat’s side well on the way to full points against Cumnock at Townhead Park on Saturday (Photo - Stevie Doogan)
Clydebank FC fans can travel to their teams Scottish Cup second round replay for £5
Captain Nicky Little, seen here stroking home a penalty against Harmony Row in the South Challenge Cup last weekend, was on target from the spot again as Bankies battled to a 1-1 draw with League Two Elgin City in the second round of the Scottish Cup
Clydebank boss Gordon Moffat told a nationwide TV audience of his pride in his players after Nicky Little, right, stroked home a penalty to earn Bankies a Scottish Cup replay against Elgin City (Photo - Stevie Doogan)
Ross McPherson drives home Bankies fifth. Pic: Stevie Doogan
Clydebank’s Frazer Johnstone is stunned to receive a very early red card against Beith. 
(Pic: Stevie Doogan)