September 29, 2012
Livi run riot
|1 Andrew McNeil||1 Stephen Grindlay|
|5 Craig Barr||4 Alan Lithgow|
|4 Paul Watson||5 Ross Forsyth|
|3 Tena Garcia||2 Nicholas Devlin|
|2 Ross Docherty||6 Scott Agnew|
|6 Keaghan Jacobs||3 Martin McNiff|
|9 Marc McNulty||8 Chris Turner|
|10 Steven Scougall||11 Lamont|
|7 Anthony Andreu||7 Garry Flening|
|8 Iain Russell||10 Brian Prunty|
|11 Jordan Morton||9 James Lister|
|18 Darren Jamieson||Jamie Ewings 19|
|12 Callum Booth||James Creaney 15|
|15 Callum Fordyce||James Lyden 16|
|16 Ross Gray||Phillip Johnston 14|
|14 Dylan Easton||Steven McDougall 12|
|Callum Booth for Steven Scougall (64)||Phillip Johnston for Brian Prunty (46)|
|Dylan Easton for Jordan Morton (73)||James Creaney for Martin McNiff (47)|
|Ross Gray for Iain Russell (79)||Steven McDougall for Lamont (85)|
|Craig Barr (60)||Garry Flening (55)|
|Chris Turner (54)|
|James Creaney (60)|
|Alan Lithgow (76)|
|· Squads: Livingston | Dumbarton|
Winless Dumbarton suffered more misery as they were beaten 5-0 away at Livingston.
Livingston, who had lost their last two league games, went ahead in the ninth minute through Marc McNulty's low volley from 12 yards.
Craig Barr headed home Anthony Andreu's left-wing cross from close range to double the lead three minutes later.
Chris Turner wasted a glorious chance to get Dumbarton back in the game from the penalty spot in the 18th minute as he fired wide following Barr's foul on Bryan Prunty.
McNulty scored his second nine minutes before the interval with a left-footed volley from inside the box.
Substitute Callum Booth added the fourth with a neat finish from six yards out before Keaghan Jacobs curled in a free-kick from the edge of the area with 13 minutes left to complete the rout.