Five minutes after the restart, Clydebank added a fourth. With the result all but tied up, Clydebank settled into their passing rhythm. Wing back Callum Hodge played a delightful ball up the channel that the ever alert Clunie latched on to, before calmly stroking the ball for his second.
Eddie Ramsay then grabbed his second and Clydebank’s fifth with a sweetly struck shot that flew past Allan at his near post.
With the score 5-0, Clydebank High manager Euan Anderson made a triple substitution, replacing Jack Muirhead, Robbie Campbell and Eddie Ramsay with Cameron McGrath, William Bowen and Alan Graham.
High on confidence and comfortably passing their way through a tired Bearsden side, Clydebank proceeded to score four more. Calum Craig then got in on the act to make it 6-0. He found himself in space at the edge of the area and produced a wonderful delicate lob that left Bearsden manager George Cooper watching his goalkeeper pick the ball out of the net for a sixth time.
Once again, after some patient build up play out from the back, Bearsden conceded a free kick at the half way line. Set piece taker Forrest fired an audacious shot towards goal that Allan got a hand to, but couldn’t prevent it from crossing the line.
With full time approaching, and a weary Bearsden side now not showing much promise of their own, a late double from Darren Wright rounded off a convincing win for the hosts.
First, a mention must go to Greg Forrest whose set pieces caused Bearsden problems all afternoon, and it was no different with two minutes remaining. Centre back Forrest whipped a corner in from the left, and with Bearsden unable to clear their lines, Wright was on hand to prod the ball home.
Two minutes later and the rout was complete. Yet another fine corner kick from Forrest saw great movement from Wright to thump a header past Allan.