Greig McDonald praised his players for an improved second-half display as we ended the season with a 2-1 win over Clyde at Broadwood on Saturday to finish the season with just two defeats in 17 matches.
Stefan McCluskey gave Clyde a fifth-minute lead but Iain Gray was sent off for bringing down Sandy Cunningham early in the second half and Jordan White converted the penalty before Ross McGeachie marked his 19th birthday with the winner 10 minutes from time.
The Binos boss said: “We didn’t play great, particularly in the first half, but credit to the players for grinding out a result. The sending off was a turning point but I thought it was the correct decision and we finished the game strongly.
“Young Sandy Cunningham gave us a spark when he came on at half-time and that can only bode well for the future. It’s been a good end to the season and we can enjoy the break now and hopefully push on next season.”
Clyde manager Jim Duffy said: “Our keeper didn’t have a save to make before the penalty – it looked a soft decision and Iain Gray is gutted about it.”