East Stirlingshire will finish bottom of the Scottish Third Division after a home defeat to Clyde.
John Neill's 76th-minute goal was the difference between the two sides and means Shire will finish bottom of the pile for the first time since 2007.
Jordyn Sheerin had a great chance for the home side in the first half, but could not find the target with his 30th-minute header.
Kieran Brannan fired wide from 12 yards for the visitors in first-half stoppage time.
Clyde scored the only goal of the game 14 minutes from time as Neill coolly found the back of Calum Antell's net from six yards out.
The home side pressed for an equaliser, but Kevin Turner fired his 90th minute effort from the edge of the area wide of Nicholas Feely's left-hand post.
East Stirlingshire: Antell, Benton (Gillespie 71), Cane, Jackson, Dingwall, Ramage (Glasgow 30), Stirling, Sheerin (Fulton 84), Maxwell, Turner, Horner. Subs Not Used:Hay, Tart.
Booked: Jackson, Cane, Horner, Dingwall.
Clyde: Feely, Gray, Marr, Hay (Brown 88), Sharp, Neill, Declan Gallagher, Sweeney, Scullion, Brannan (Ryan Kane 65), Pollock (Oliver 84). Subs Not Used: McCue, Ramsay.
Booked: Gray, Hay, Sweeney.
Goals: Neill 76.
Ref: Matt Northcroft