In pictures: Falkirk rack up second league win of this season against Clyde

Falkirk and Ben Hall both did the double against Clyde today, April 10, with the Bairns making it two wins out of two in the league against their North Lanarkshire visitors and the defender scoring against them again.

Saturday, 10th April 2021, 6:29 pm
Updated Sunday, 11th April 2021, 4:48 pm
Aidan Keena celebrates scoring Falkirk's second goal today (Picture Michael Gillen)

Aidan Keena also did the double against Danny Lennon’s team, having scored against them in a Betfred Cup group match in October.

The 21-year-old’s goal today was his side’s second and last and also the Irishman’s first in the league for the Bairns

Here’s how today’s 2-1 win at the Falkirk Stadium went in pictures …

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Aidan Keena celebrating putting Falkirk two ahead against Clyde (Photo: Michael Gillen)

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Falkirk No 9 Aidan Keena celebrating scoring his first league goal for the club (Picture: Michael Gillen)
Aidan Keena finding the back of the net for the Bairns against the Bully Wee (Picture: Michael Gillen)
Josh Jack celebrating getting a goal back for Clyde (Picture: Michael Gillen)
Falkirk co-managers Lee Miller and David McCracken watching today's game (Photo: Michael Gillen)
Fans watching today's Falkirk-Clyde game from afar (Picture: Michael Gillen)
Falkirk players celebrating Ben Hall's opening goal against Clyde this afternoon (Picture: Michael Gillen)
Celebrations following Ben Hall's opening goal for Falkirk (Picture: Michael Gillen)
Ben Hall's goal being celebrated by Falkirk players (Picture: Michael Gillen)
Aidan Keena celebrating scoring versus Clyde
Celebrations ensuing after Aidan Keena's first League One goal for the Bairns
Falkirk's Callumn Morrison tangling with Clyde's Craig Howie
Falkirk's Akeel Francis going up against Clyde's Jack Thomson
Clyde's Tom Lang challenging Bairn Conor Sammon
Clyde's Craig Howie and Blair Alston in action
Clyde's Mark Lamont and Falkirk's Robbie Leitch during today's match
Falkirk's Callumn Morrison and Ewan Otoo of Clyde vie for the ball
Falkirk's Conor Sammon and Clyde's Scott Rumsby competing for the ball