November 24, 2012
Pars demolish Dumbarton
|1 Paul Gallacher||1 Stephen Grindlay|
|4 Andrew Dowie||4 Alan Lithgow|
|3 Jordan McMillan||5 Andrew Graham|
|5 Callum Morris||3 James Creaney|
|6 Ryan Thomson||2 Nicholas Devlin|
|7 Joe Cardle||6 Scott Agnew|
|2 Andrew Geggan||8 Chris Turner|
|8 Stephen Husband||10 Lamont|
|9 Ryan Wallace||7 Mark Gilhaney|
|11 Josh Falkingham||11 Brian Prunty|
|10 Andy Kirk||9 James Lister|
|20 Michal Hrivnak||Jamie Ewings 19|
|16 John Potter||Ross Forsyth 12|
|15 Shaun Byrne||Martin McNiff 14|
|14 Craig Dargo||Garry Flening 16|
|12 Andrew Barrowman||Steven McDougall 15|
|Craig Dargo for Ryan Wallace (72)||Steven McDougall for Mark Gilhaney (59)|
|Shaun Byrne for Josh Falkingham (76)||Ross Forsyth for James Creaney (65)|
|Andrew Barrowman for Andy Kirk (83)||Jamie Ewings for James Lister (68)|
|Andrew Dowie (28)||Chris Turner (68)|
|Nicholas Devlin (81)|
|Stephen Grindlay (67)|
|· Squads: Dunfermline Athletic | Dumbarton|
Dunfermline were able to keep pace with league leaders Partick as they cruised past 10-man Dumbarton 4-0 at East End Park.
The hosts took the lead just after the half-hour mark when Joshua Falkingham rose highest to head home Ryan Wallace's cross.
And they doubled the advantage seven minutes later, Falkingham the provider this time as his cross was turned into his own net by Andrew Graham.
Things went from bad to worse for the visitors when goalkeeper Stephen Grindlay was dismissed after 69 minutes for a challenge on Joseph Cardle inside the area.
Victory was all but ensured as Wallace stepped up to convert the spot-kick moments later.
Substitute Andrew Barrowman saw his header come back off a post, moments before Cardle added further gloss with a fine strike from distance in the final minute.