East Stirlingshire 1-1 Clyde

Scottish Football League

Liam Cusack's 92nd-minute header earned Clyde a point in a draw at East Stirling.

Clyde came into the game looking for a repeat performance of their 7-1 win in the reverse fixture in October, but fell behind moments before half-time to a Kevin Turner close-range finish after good work from Bradley Coyne.

The visitors drew level almost immediately when Paul Hay's 25-yard effort rattled the crossbar before John Neill also spurned a good opportunity, shooting wide when well-placed.

John Coughlin's side looked to be heading to only their third league win of the season before Cusack popped up in the dying seconds to nod home from six yards after the hosts had failed to clear substitute Chris Irvime's outswinging corner.

East Stirlingshire: Antell, Dingwall, Cane, Stirling, Winter, Horner, Hunter, Maxwell (Lurinsky 73), Coyne, Jackson, Turner (Alistair Love 73). Subs Not Used: Hay, Team, Scott.

Booked: Dingwall, Hunter.

Goals: Turner 45.

Clyde: Crawford, Gray, Marr, McQueen, Sharp, Neill (Irvime 86), Scullion (Ryan Kane 56), Hay, Oliver, White (McDonald 75), Cusack. Subs Not Used: McCue, Sloss.

Booked: Neill.

Goals: Cusack 90.

Att: 490

Ref: Barry Cook