January 5, 2013
Annan survive late rally
|John Sweeney (60')||Scott Chaplain (14')|
|Gary Graham (78')||Michael Daly (15')|
|Michael Daly (47')|
|1 Jamie Barclay||1 Alex Mitchell|
|10 Bryan James Gilfillan||7 Ally Love|
|5 David Marshall||5 Steven Swinglehurst|
|2 John Kane||3 Micheal McGowan|
|3 Gerard Traynor||8 Scott Chaplain|
|11 Stefan McCluskey||11 Stephen Sloan|
|6 Paul Hay||9 Michael Daly|
|4 Michael Oliver||6 Jordan McKechnie|
|8 John Sweeney||2 Jonny Blake|
|7 Sean Fitzharris||4 Harry Monaghan|
|9 Kevin Watt||10 David Hopkirk|
|20 Nic Rajovic||Craig Summersgill 20|
|14 John Neill||Greg Thorburn 12|
|16 Ryan MacBeth||Peter Watson 14|
|15 Gary Graham||John Watson 15|
|12 Stewart McColm||Andrew Donnelly 16|
|Stewart McColm for Sean Fitzharris (46)||Greg Thorburn for Ally Love (64)|
|Gary Graham for Bryan James Gilfillan (55)||John Watson for Jordan McKechnie (80)|
|John Neill for Gerard Traynor (80)||Peter Watson for Steven Swinglehurst (84)|
|· Squads: Clyde | Annan Athletic|
Annan weathered a second-half comeback from Clyde to record a 3-2 win in their encounter at Broadwood Stadium.
Scott Chaplain broke the deadlock in the 14th minute when he reacted quickest to Steven Swinglehurst's header to put the away side ahead.
Michael Daly then headed home Michael McGowan's left-wing cross just a minute later as the Black and Golds raced into a two-goal lead.
The visiting supporters were treated to a third goal, two minutes after the break, when Daly grabbed his second goal of the game with a close-range header.
The Bully Wee rallied and came back into the match on the hour mark thanks to John Sweeney's sweetly-struck volley.
Sweeney laid on the assist for Gary Graham 12 minutes from time as Jim Duffy's men sensed an unlikely comeback, but the Galabankies were able to hold out for their first away win of the season.