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Clyde youth Connor Stevenson wins SFL award

Clyde midfielder Connor Stevenson with his Irn Bru award
Stevenson helped Clyde improve their form despite relegation

Clyde's Connor Stevenson has been named young player of the month for April in the Scottish Football League.

The 17-year-old midfielder starred for the Bully Wee despite the Cumbernauld club's relegation to Division Three being confirmed.

His Irn Bru award comes after he helped Clyde improve their form during April under caretaker manager Neil Watt.

They lost four of their seven games, but three of those came against the top two sides, Stirling and Alloa.

Stevenson, who became the youngest players ever to play for Clyde when he came on as a substitute in April 2009, has had a trial with Rangers.

Meanwhile, midfielder Jay Lang and defender Connor Cassidy have been told they will not be offered new contracts with the Cumbernauld club.

Watt also told the Clyde website that Latvians Aleks Gramovics and Dmitrijs Borisovs are unlikely to return to Broadwood next season.

Midfielder Gramovics, previously of Blazma Rezekne and Tranzits Ventspils, made 19 appearances since joining Clyde with his countryman in January.

Striker Borisovs, also previously of Blazma Rezekne, made nine appearances.

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