3 - 3
3 - 3
Scottish Cup (3rd Round)
Doug Brown (2)
Frank McDougall (7)
Blair Millar (37)
Derek Wood (44)
Jim McAloon (80)
Ian Ballantyne (86)
1 Jim Gallacher
2 Jim Fallon
3 Gregor Abel
4 Billy Fanning
5 John McCormack
6 Jimmy Given
7 Frank McDougall
8 Davie Houston
9 Blair Millar
10 Doug Brown
11 Gerry Colgan
Derek Atkins 1
Robert McSkimming 2
Bobby Dickson 3
Billy Wylie 4
Alistair Bowie 5
Jim McAloon 6
Derek Wood 7
Brian Reynolds 8
Ian Ballantyne 9
Jimmy Sinclair 10
Doug Wilkie 11
12 Tony Gervaise
14 John Ross
Ray Edgar 12
Alan Horn 14
K Stewart (Referee)
An incredible fightback by a team of amateurs with a professional outlook shocked a complacent and big-headed Clydebank side at Kilbowie on Wednesday night.
And now the sides will have to do battle all over again, probably on Thursday at Hampden Park.
Overall it must have been Bankies most depressing performance of the season especially in defence.
Yet with little over half an hour gone they looked to be heading for the fourth round with a huge goals tally to their credit.
Doug Brown gave them a flying start with a goal in the second minute - and what a cracker it was.
Blair Millar slipped the ball to McDougall on the 18 yard line, and the blond striker fed Brown. And from then on you couldn't have planned things better on a table soccer pitch.
Brown shoved the ball wide on the right to the overlapping Jim Fallon and his dipping cross was knocked back from McDougall to Brown and he fired home from 12 yards.
Clydebank increased their lead just five minutes later.
Millar glance a header wide to Davie Houston. He pivoted and chipped the ball back across the goalmouth and McDougall nodded in a the corner.
It was all Clydebank and only one breakaway effort from Ballantyne kept Gallacher employed.
Doug Brown had the ball in the net again, but the keeper had been fouled. Then in 37 minutes Blair Millar strode into the action when he headed home at the near post following a Colgan corner.
But that Clydebank finished as a positive force and from then until full tie Queen's stole all the glory.
They gave ample notice of their intentions just a minute before the interval when hesitancy in the home defence enabled Wood to beat Gallacher with a love shot from 15 yards.
Any second half attacks Bankies mustered were efficiently dealt with by Atkins in the Queens goal.
Bill Munro replaced Jim Fallon, playing out of position a t right back, with Tony Gervaise... and that could well have been the turning point.
Seconds later McAloon was left all alone in the left on the box, and he sent a screamer past Gallacher on the blind side.
This was the stuff of which cup ties are made of and a couple of minutes from time Ballantyne was the toast of the Hampden fans as he slammed the ball past Gallacher for a well deserved equaliser.
|1978-79||All Time||All Time|
|Jim Gallacher (GK)||27||18||-||3||-||168||-||52||-||220||-|
|League results since Clydebank's last match|
|30th December 1978|
|Hamilton Accies||2-1||St Johnstone|
|Queen of South||0-1||Ayr Utd|
|20th January 1979|
|Raith Rovers||3-0||Queen of South|
|11.||Queen of South||23||7||4||12||-20||18|