Stirling hit back to see off 10-man Clyde
Clyde's three-match winning run at home came to an end as they were beaten 2-1 by Stirling.
The home side took an early lead as they looked to leapfrog their opponents in the table but Iain Gray's second-half red card led to a comeback from Greig McDonald's side.
Stefan McCluskey took just five minutes to open the scoring when he turned in Kevin Watt's cross from close range for his first goal since February.
But after goalkeeper David Crawford made a crucial save from Patrick Scullion at one end, Stirling were awarded a penalty at the other after Gray hauled down Alexander Cunningham.
Gray was dismissed for the professional foul and Jordan White dispatched the spot-kick to level the game.
The visitors then went ahead with 10 minutes remaining as Ross McGeachie steered Daniel Ashe's cross home.