Clydebank


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Clydebank,

town (1991 pop. 51,832), West Dunbartonshire, W central Scotland, on the north bank of the Clyde River. The chief industry until the 1970s was shipbuilding. The ocean liners Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth were built there. Manufactures have developed to include offshore oil rigs and other equipment for the oil industry.

Clydebank

 

a city in Scotland, on the right bank of the Clyde River; part of the Clydeside conurbation. Population, 49,400 (1970). Clydebank is a center for shipbuilding and other types of machine building.

Clydebank

a town in W Scotland, in West Dunbartonshire on the north bank of the River Clyde. Pop.: 29 858 (2001)
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But a consortium led by former Airdrie chairman Jim Ballantyne trumped a rival bid by the United Clydebank Supporters (UCS) and they took Bankies' place in the Second Division under the guise of Airdrie United.
In part two of the double header between the two sides, Paisley travel to the newly redeveloped Clydebank Community Sports Hub.
After five minutes Clydebank got close to the line and were awarded a scrum.Their big pack exerted enough pressure to force a penalty, but rather than take the easy kick at goal, they opted for another scrum - with the same outcome.
She was found two days later in bushes beside the Clydebank to Glasgow road.
Clydebank have now played half of their league fixtures and are still looking for their first win.
Lyn Ryden, community board member of Clydebank Re-built and the Titan Clydebank Trust, accepted a plaque to mark the honour at a special ceremony.
McArthur will enter the ring to face Frenchman Frederic Gosset wearing a Clydebank strip with the name of the legendary winger who started and ended his career with the Bankies on the back of it.
Donald admits that factor played a key role in the SFL committee's decision yesterday to allow Jim Ballantyne - the Glasgow accountant behind Airdrie United - to buy out Clydebank's shareholding.
Berwick's cause was not helped by Gordon Forrest's second half red card with Clydebank leading through Eric Payton's penalty.
Clydebank were the visitors to Holmpark for the first time in over a decade and it proved to be a happy homecoming for the Bankies.
John Leathem, 31, of Clydebank, made no plea or declaration during the full committal hearing at Dumbarton Sheriff Court.