Binos boss Greig McDonald praised his side for a much-improved second-half display but admits it would have been hard on Clyde if we had come away with all three points at Forthbank on Saturday.
Captain John Sweeney gave the Bully Wee a deserved interval lead but Graham Weir equalised in 69 minutes with his first league goal of the season as it ended 1-1.
McDonald said: “We are not playing well enough in the first half of games and that is something we need to address as it was the same at Albion Rovers and Peterhead.
“We had a go at the players at half-time and they certainly responded. We had some great chances to win it but that would have been very harsh on Clyde because they were the better team for a long spell.”
Clyde manager Jim Duffy said: “I’m a bit frustrated because we missed a couple of sitters in the first half but you have to give Stirling credit for coming back.
“It was terrific entertainment and it could have been 5-5 had it not been for both goalkeepers making a number of good saves.”