Clyde climb into top three as David Marsh strike sinks Elgin
Clyde moved up to third in the Ladbrokes League Two table after David Marsh's first-half strike handed them a 1-0 victory over Elgin.
Clyde had a good opportunity to take the lead after just four minutes when Scott Linton let fly, but his effort hit the bar.
The hosts found themselves in front on the quarter-hour mark when Marsh fired in from the middle of the box.
Elgin had a great chance to level things up when they were awarded a spot-kick in the 78th minute, but Craig Gunn's penalty was saved by Marc Waters, and Clyde held on to earn all three points.