Wishaw faced Clydebank in this eagerly anticipated Scottish Cup Quarter Final, played at Wishaw Sports Centre.
There was a hint of a rivalry in this match with the two teams having played each other on a few occasions recently, with Wishaw facing the incredibly difficult task of defeating last years winners of the Scottish cup in what would prove to be a wonderful advert for Scottish Youth football.
The home side started the better, putting pressure on the Clydebank defence and forcing some early corners.
It was from one of these corners that Wishaw took an early lead, as Gary Torrance's corner created havoc in the Bankies penalty area and eventually Colm Lafferty was on hand to force the ball home after six minutes.
Clydebank slowly began to get back into the game with more possession and efforts on goal, most notably of all was a great strike from Ronan Officer from just outside that was brilliantly saved at full stretch by Jamie Mitchell.
The away side grabbed a deserved equaliser after 28 minutes, Officer this time finishing well from a tight angle into the bottom corner although Wishaw goalkeeper Mitchell may feel that he could have stopped it.
It was to get even better for Clydebank only minutes later as they took the lead with a great team goal. Some good play in midfield resulted in Matthew McLennan delivering from a wide left position, and Thomas Cruden's wonderfully placed header looped over the goalkeeper and gave his team a 2-1 lead.
Wishaw could have drew level on the stroke of halftime but they could not force the ball home following a scramble in the Clydebank penalty area.