Clydebank manager Budgie McGhie said Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Yoker was a ‘typical derby’ in their opening game of the Sectional League Cup.

The Bankies took an early lead when Andy Paterson’s first-minute free kick sailed into the net, but the Whe Ho then went in front through goals from Greg Maitland and Ryan Hynes.

New signing Peter McGill came to Clydebank’s rescue, netting after 65 minutes on his debut.

McGhie said: “I thought it was a typical derby game.

“It was a bit scrappy at times but we played OK without playing our best stuff.

“We tried to get the ball down and we did manage to play some good football in flashes, but I think we’ve also got to give Yoker credit.

“They did well and over the 90 minutes, a draw was probably a fair result.”

McGill scored his second goal in as many games after netting against Dumbarton last Tuesday as the Bankies ran out 2-0 winners.

And McGhie is hoping the former Ayr and Stranraer youngster will give even more to the team as his fitness improves.

He added: “Peter brings a bit of quality to the squad. He’s only 19 so he’s still young and learning the game, but he’s got good potential.

“He missed a fair chunk of pre-season so he’s still working on his fitness. Hopefully he’ll get even sharper and make a good contribution to the squad this season.”

Clydebank next play Glasgow Perthshire in the League Cup, and the Bankies boss says new signings at the Possilpark-based side will make them a completely different proposition to the team the Bankies beat 7-1 last year.

He said: “If we think it’s an easy game, we’re kidding ourselves. Perthshire have made some good signings and have a lot of experience.

“They’ll come here and fancy their chances and will have a go. When we played them last year they were still getting their team sorted out, so I think it’ll be a very different fixture."