November 17, 2012
More misery for Dumbarton
|1 Jamie Ewings||1 Derek Gaston|
|5 Andrew Graham||5 Kevin Rutkiewicz|
|3 James Creaney||4 Craig Reid|
|2 Nicholas Devlin||3 Lillie Dyer|
|6 Scott Agnew||7 David Graham|
|4 Martin McNiff||6 Martin Hardie|
|8 Garry Flening||11 David O'Brian|
|7 Mark Gilhaney||8 Michael Tidser|
|11 Brian Prunty||2 Scot Taggart|
|10 Steven McDougall||10 Fouad Bachirou|
|9 James Lister||9 Peter Weatherson|
|19 Stephen Grindlay||David Hutton 20|
|16 Ross Forsyth||Mark McLaughlin 12|
|12 James Lyden||Jordan Halsman 14|
|14 Lamont||Kyle Wilkie 15|
|15 Phillip Johnston||Lewis Hawke 16|
|Lamont for Steven McDougall (60)||Jordan Halsman for Lillie Dyer (72)|
|Phillip Johnston for James Lister (73)||Kyle Wilkie for Fouad Bachirou (77)|
|Ross Forsyth for Garry Flening (74)||Lewis Hawke for Peter Weatherson (77)|
|James Lister (52)||Lillie Dyer (15)|
|Garry Flening (72)|
|· Squads: Dumbarton | Greenock Morton|
Bottom side Dumbarton suffered another disappointing afternoon as they were thrashed 5-1 by Morton.
The visitors - the only side in the division with an unbeaten away record - went ahead after just three minutes, as Martin Hardie scored from the spot after Jamie Ewings had brought down David Graham.
Hardie headed in from Graham's 17th minute corner to score his second of the game.
Peter Weatherson made it three in the 37th minute after meeting Scott Taggart's cross with a well-placed header.
Graham netted the fourth nine minutes after the interval as his corner from the left evaded everyone and found its way into the net.
Weatherson found the bottom corner from 18 yards just after the hour-mark for his second of the afternoon.
Bryan Prunty grabbed a late consolation for the home side with a low drive from the edge of the penalty area.