February 23, 2013
Sons felled by Falkirk
|Thomas Grant (25')|
|David Weatherston (30')|
|1 Stephen Grindlay||1 Michael McGovern|
|4 Alan Lithgow||4 Darren Dods|
|3 Scott Smith||5 Jonathan Flynn|
|5 Stuart Urquhart||2 Kieran Duffy|
|8 Scott Agnew||3 Stephen Kingsley|
|2 Paul McGinn||6 Stuart Murdoch|
|6 Chris Turner||8 Blair Alston|
|9 Garry Flening||10 Conor McGrandles|
|7 Mark Gilhaney||7 Thomas Grant|
|10 Brian Prunty||11 David Weatherston|
|11 Steven McDougall||9 Lyle Taylor|
|19 Josh Lumsden||Graham Bowman 17|
|12 James Creaney||Liam Dickinson 12|
|15 Lamont||Jay Fulton 14|
|14 Owen Ronald||Sean Higgins 15|
|16 Marc McCusker||Lewis Small 16|
|Owen Ronald for Garry Flening (52)||Sean Higgins for Thomas Grant (82)|
|Marc McCusker for Alan Lithgow (75)||Lewis Small for Lyle Taylor (89)|
|James Creaney for Steven McDougall (87)|
|Garry Flening (16)||Jonathan Flynn (44)|
|Paul McGinn (67)|
|· Squads: Dumbarton | Falkirk|
Goals from Thomas Grant and David Weatherston helped Falkirk secure their third consecutive league win with a 2-0 victory at Dumbarton.
The visitors got off to the perfect start when Grant applied a sidefooted finish to Brian Alston's cross after 25 minutes.
Their lead was doubled five minutes later when Weatherston raced onto Lyle Taylor's flick-on before firing home.
The Bairns almost had a third before half-time but Stephen Grindlay palmed Taylor's goalbound header out of danger.
Grindlay needed to be alert to keep the Sons in the game after the break with a sharp save to keep out Jonathan Flynn's header.
Ian Murray's men were unable to force a late comeback, though, with Scott Agnew's speculative strike the closest they came to reducing the arrears.