Doune Castle 3 Doune Castle 3 Strathclyde University 2 Sean Heaver’s stunning late strike capped a storming second half fightback as Doune overcame a 2-0 half-time deficit to take the points.

Strathclyde took the lead after 11 minutes when Wilson placed an angled drive across Callum Davison and into the far corner from 14 yards to make it 1-0.

Strathclyde deservedly edged into a 2-0 lead after 23 minutes. Scott Wightman drilled a precise low shot from 25 yards wide of the diving Callum Davison and into the net just inside the left-hand post.

Strathclyde led a strangely disjointed Doune side 2-0 at the interval.

After 56 minutes, Doune grabbed a lifeline. With the Strathclyde defence rushing out towards the halfway line to set an offside trap, Chris Ogilvie threaded a delicate pass through to Graham McClymont.

McClymont calmly drove forward stroked a precise side foot shot from 16 yards wide of the advancing Rennie and into the left corner of the net to make it 2-1.

Doune made it 2-2 after 66 minutes. As Alan Inglis prepared to shoot, a defender pushed him over with a challenge into his back and the referee pointed to the spot. Sean Heaver confidently smashed the penalty well wide of the keeper and into the corner of the net.

After 74 minutes, Doune made it 3-2 with as fine a goal ever scored at Moray Park.

Sean Heaver gathered the ball in a wide area just inside the Strathclyde half. At full pace, Heaver cut inside past two defenders and, from all of 35 yards, unleashed a blistering shot on the run that simply flashed past Rennie and rattled the back stanchion at the postage stamp corner before the keeper could even move.

Doune controlled the closing stages, but had to withstand a desperate late flurry as Strathclyde tried to salvage a point.

Doune Castle: Davison, Innes, Burns, Feaks, Duncanson, McClymont, McGowan (More), McClure, Ogilvie (Burke), Inglis (Lauder) Heaver, Substitutes: Gallagher and Scott.