Clydebank moved up to fourth spot with a 2-1 win over Rossvale on Saturday.

Nicky Little and Aaron Millar were both on target, before former Bankie Del McNab pulled a goal back for the hosts.

Goalkeeper Marc Waters then saved former Clydebank assistant manager Sean Higgins’ penalty as Bankies extended their unbeaten run to five games.

Moffat named an unchanged side from the team that beat Benburb last time out, with Bankies lining up in a 4-4-1-1 formation.

But it was the hosts who started the brighter in terms of real shots on goal, with Liam McGonigle having an effort from distance easily saved by Waters.

Then from a corner, brothers Sean and Anthony Higgins linked up as the latter sent an ambitious overhead kick into Waters’ arms.

Craig Holmes looked the most likely to open the scoring, twice scuffing long-range efforts well wide of Jamie Donnelly’s post.

Shortly minutes before half-time, Bankies found a way to break the deadlock.

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Cammy McClair got the break of the ball wide on the right and floated a cross in for Little to glance home his 18th goal of the season.

Despite being against the run of play, Clydebank could have actually gone in at half-time two goals to the good. A neat corner routine saw the ball pulled back to Kyle Munro, but he skewed his effort and the ball was cleared to safety.

But, eight minutes after the restart, Bankies did double their lead. Hamilton loanee Munro used his pace to burst past the Rossvale defence, before unselfishly squaring the ball for Millar who buried at the second attempt.

Rossvale shuffled the pack - making a double substitution - and they halved the deficit after 66 minutes with a ball over the top finding McNab who held off Chris Black and slotted it past Waters who was left rooted.

This was the catalyst for a crazy two minute spell for Bankies, who gave away a penalty 90 seconds later. From the restart, Joe Slattery burst into the box, with Holmes scything him down inside the area.

Higgins took responsibility, with Waters producing a great save low to his left, with the keeper eventually smothering the ball.

Bankies then had the chance to restore their two-goal cushion, but squandered both opportunities.

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First, Little brought down a bouncing ball and created space, but his effort flew narrowly over the bar.

Then Munro once again capitalised on Vale’s sloppy play and burst through on goal. For the second time, the youngster was selfless and set up Millar, who forced a very good save from Donnelly who spread himself well.

Moffat’s men were clearly rattled as Rossvale threw bodies forward, with McNab seeing an effort come crashing back off the upright.

Peter Bradley then saw his looping header cleared off the line, before Craig Buchanan had his effort from distance tipped over the bar as Bankies held on for all three points.

Clydebank host Pollok tonight. Kick-off at Holm Park is 7.30pm.

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