CLYDEBANK crashed out of the Central League Cup with a disappointing 2-0 defeat to Petershill on Saturday.
Second half goals from Stephen McGladrigan and former Bankie Chris Wilson secured Peasy’s progression to the next ground as Bankies faltered to their third defeat in four games.
Bankies boss Kieran McAnespie was back in the dugout and named an unchanged starting eleven from the side that beat Shotts Bon Accord, with Jordan Shelvey leading the line.
It was Shelvey who created the post opportunities, missing three gilt edged chances to break the deadlock.
Four minutes into the second half, Petershill took the lead. Getting a break of the ball, McGladrigan was sent through on goal and coolly lifted the ball over Lumsden.
And half way through the second period, Peasy doubled their advantage. After Peter McGill was penalised 25 yards from goal, former Bankie Chris Wilson stepped up and curled a wonderful left footed effort round the wall and beyond the reach of Lumsden.
Next up for Clydebank is a trip to Maryhill, knowing only a win would be enough to remain in the hunt for a play off spot. Kick off at Lochburn Park next Saturday is 2pm.