Kieran McAnespie has admitted he will be happy to see the end of the season after Clydebank fell to a 3-1 loss away to Beith in their penultimate match at the weekend.

Beith dominated on their way to a comfortable win with McAnespie insisting the season drawing to a close has come at the perfect time for his side.

McAnespie’s side have stumbled to just one win in their last five outings, a 2-0 win at home to relegation battling Kirkintilloch Rob Roy, which has left the gaffer looking forward to the break.

He said: “Beith were just the better team on the day. They put us under pressure early doors and we couldn’t get back after that. You could try and analyse it all day but they were better than us and that’s it.

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“In regards to our recent form and results, I will be happy to see the end of the season. Of course we want to keep developing the squad and working hard, but it will be nice to get a wee break and a chance to recuperate. 

“Looking at the recent form, the end of the season has come at the right time. A good rest and a good few weeks off then we’ll be back at it to make sure everyone is ticking over nicely through the summer in order to get a head start and come back ready for next season.”

Bankies wrap up their league campaign tonight as they welcome Beith to Lochburn in the reverse fixture as the club wave goodbye to their temporary home in Maryhill. 

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McAnespie added: “It would be good to finish the season on a high and finish off at Lochburn with a win but it will be tough against Beith as we know. 

“Nothing will change in terms of the quality of their squad so we know what to expect to an extent. 

“They play to their strengths but we just need to make sure we battle to the best of our ability and play to our own strengths as we have done for the full season.” 

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