Michael Foley, defending, said Fair bairn
contacted police to say she had hit him over the head with a bottle.
Mark Millar's late penalty earned Bairns
a deserved point Paul Watson cost Livi win with stupid tackle in the box
Only brilliant goalkeeping by Tony Bullock kept the Bairns
at bay in one of the most one-sided games of the season.
responded and went close in 21 minutes when Scobbie got his head to a Murdoch corner but the defender's flick looped just over.
McCann and O'Brien seemed to breathe life into the Bairns
and their play from middle to front.
boss to have lads but didn't with players that.
But the match went to extra time and Alston struck for the Bairns
In a lukewarm start to the game, the Bairns
survived an early Celtic corner before Falkirk's giant striker Enoch Showunmi headed a Scott Arfield cross over the bar at the other end.
Kyle, who had scored four goals in his last two appearances against the Bairns
, was starting to win possession in the hosts' box.
The Ton unfurled the League One title flag only for Bairns
to threaten to wreck their celebrations with Watson prodding in the opener in 19 minutes following a corner by Craig Sibbald on the left.
Minutes later Bairns
keeper Michael McGovern was beaten just 23 minutes short of a club clean sheet total of 624 minutes.
The brilliant Bairns
were on course after storming into a two-goal lead as Clyde were caught cold by a dark blue onslaught.
In the build-up to the Hampden showpiece, he was presented with a lucky horsehoe that was first handed to Bobby Orrock, skipper of the Bairns
side that went on to win the trophy back in 1913.
Clyde boss Jim Duffy was thrilled with his side's display – despite seeing the Bairns
knock them out of a second cup in the space of a week.
However, the midfielder was denied a goal on his 300th start for the Bairns
when Kirk Broadfoot spared his keeper's blushes with a crucial block.