On 50 minutes Clydebank added a third. A throw in was gathered by Bankies skipper John McSorley and the midfielder took a touch on the left side of the box before curling a right footed shot round Trainor to extend their advantage.
Three minutes later, Cullen put the result beyond doubt with the goal of the game. After picking the ball up in midfield, he unleashed a shot that flew past Trainor into the top corner.
On the hour mark Lewis McIntosh got the first of his two goals. A fantastic piece of link up play down the right channel opened the room for McIntosh to take a touch before shooting across the goalkeeper to make it 5-0.
A minute later Westerton created their best chance to reduce the deficit. A defensive mixup allowed Callum Reid to have space and time on the ball, but his cheeky chip from distance went narrowly wide for the visitors.
12 minutes before the end, Taylor sealed his hattrick. In similar fashion to his second, a corner was floated in and the big striker did well to flick it across goal, leaving the defence and goalkeeper stranded.
Westerton had their best spell of the game with 10 minutes remaining which they scored two late consolations. Goals from Sandy Robertson and Ross Miller respectively ruined any plans for a Clydebank clean sheet, but made impressive viewing.
First, Robertson picked the ball up on the left hand side of midfield before having a shot from distance that soared past Clydebank goalkeeper Ker McIntyre. Then 3 minutes later, with the game already won, the visitors added their second. The ball was played down the line and Ross Miller outran the Clydebank defence to prod the ball home to wrap the scoring up at 7-2.
Despite the score Westerton’s perseverance and attacking attributes were visible for all to see, and, had they not squandered some good chances, it could have been a different. For Clydebank however, the win follows a great comeback in the Scottish Cup last week and confidence appeared to be flowing through the team as they passed their way to, what was in the end, a comfortable victory.