Clydebank 13 Strathendrick 12
A late penalty miss cost Endrick dear as lowly Clydebank held on for a win in this RBS West League Division Two fixture.
Despite Friday’s heavy snow, the Clydebank pitch was in perfect condition and it was the home side who took the lead in 10 minutes with an unconverted try.
Endrick replied with an uncoverted try of their own and they kept the pressure on the home side without scoring points.
Clydebank went ahead again with a penalty but a converted try for Endrick gave the visitors a 12-8 half-time lead.
Both teams pushed for the winning score in the second half but it was not until Endrick had a man sin-binned with 10 minutes to go that the home side went ahead with an uncoverted try.
With five minutes to go Clydebank conceded a penalty in kickable range but the resultant kick was pulled wide and the home side held on to win.
Endrick now lie in fifth place and are next in action on February 16 at home to Strathaven.
McLaren, who also play in West League Two, went down 13-0 at Cumbernauld, a result which leaves them in third-bottom spot.
They are next in action against Wigtownshire (away) on Fenruary 16.