Clydebank Under 19s came from a goal behind to edge out Campsie Black Watch 3-2 in a five goal thriller on Sunday.
Zack Birnie’s header, alongside a double from Kevin McNaught cancelled out Logan McIntyre and Oliver Meggit's earlier strikes as Bankies left Lenzie with their unbeaten league record intact.
With a little over sixty seconds played, a long ball from Campsie goalkeeper Stuart McGarry caught out the Bankies back four and Oliver Meggitt was on hand to prod the ball past Paul McKenna in the Clydebank goal to give Campsie the lead.
Joe Toye looked most likely to get Clydebank back into the game, first being denied from twenty yards before he lifted the ball into McNaught, but the lone strikers acrobatic effort flew narrowly wide of the post.
Both sides were then forced into early substitutions, Callum Batemen replacing Lee McPherson for the hosts and the influential Toye making way for Darren McKinley.
McNaught tried his luck from a free kick thirty yards out, and McKinley had a shot tipped round the post after turning his defender well.
A sweeping counter attack from the home side nearly resulted in a second goal, this time Stuart McCann flashed his header wide after a great cross by Ryan Blair.
In a dominant ten minute spell, Sean Stewart could’ve twice put Clydebank level when he blasted his header straight at McGarry while also having a shot cleared off the line.
Two minutes before the half time whistle, Jamie Grimes’ long free kick into the box feel perfectly for McNaught who guided his header past McGarry to equalise.