Clydebank U21s continued their good run of form last night with a 3-2 win over Renfrew - their third win on the bounce.

The young Bankies started well and opening the scoring 15 minutes in when Matt McGibbon finished neatly.

The home side doubled their lead shortly after that when Kyle Chalmers kept his composure to finish from the spot after a foul in the area.  

A bumpy pitch and strong winds rendered the second-half a non-event for the most part with the visitors digging in well to pull one back with a 25-yard thunderbolt.

Clydebank restored their two goal advantage eight minutes from the end after McGibbon netted from the spot.

Frew converted a penalty of their own at the death but it was over as a contest already with seconds remaining as Bankies saw it out.

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The Renfrew win was the latest match in a packed schedule for the youngsters after they brought a run of five games in just 10 days to an close last Saturday with a comfortable 4-1 home win over Glasgow University.

A depleted Bankies side put the hectic fixture list behind them as they started brightly to dominate the first-half with Darren Law opening the scoring.

Glasgow’s keeper was in fine form, however, as Clydebank failed to turn their dominance into goals as they went in just one goal to the good at the break.

The goals eventually came with Ben Jenkins doubling his side’s lead moments after the restart, dancing through the defence before coolly finishing.

Jenkins then turned provider as Bankies made it three, finding Aiden Harper who was making his first start since a horrific leg break last season.

Sean Findlay released Ben Bradshaw whose inch-perfect delivery was turned in by Law from point blank range.

The away side grabbed a late consolation with 10 minutes remaining as the Clydebank youngsters took maximum points just two days after seeing off Largs by the same scoreline.

A McGibbon Panenka had the Bankies ahead just seven minutes into last Thursday’s clash against the Ayrshire side with Nathan McGarvey netting his first goal for the club moments later.

McGibbon made it 3-0 before Largs pulled one back from the spot.

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But McGarvey grabbed his second to restore the three goal lead as Bankies got back to winning ways after last weekend’s Eastwood loss.