March 2, 2013
Blue Brazil rescue point
|1 Stephen Grindlay||1 Thomas Flynn|
|4 Alan Lithgow||6 Kenny Adamson|
|3 Scott Smith||5 John Armstrong|
|5 Stuart Urquhart||3 Scott Linton|
|8 Scott Agnew||11 Marc McKenzie|
|2 Paul McGinn||7 Jamie Stephenson|
|6 Chris Turner||8 John Robertson|
|7 Mark Gilhaney||2 Dean Brett|
|10 Brian Prunty||4 Lewis Milne|
|11 Steven McDougall||10 Greig Stewart|
|9 James Lister||9 Craig Moore|
|19 Jamie Ewings||Craig Wight 18|
|12 James Creaney||Thomas O'Brien 16|
|14 Nick Phinn||Kyle Miller 12|
|16 Owen Ronald||Lewis Coult 15|
|15 Robert Winters||Jack Nicholson 14|
|Nick Phinn for Steven McDougall (74)||Craig Wight for Thomas Flynn (64)|
|Robert Winters for Brian Prunty (77)||Lewis Coult for Dean Brett (86)|
|Stuart Urquhart (70)|
|Paul McGinn (73)|
|Chris Turner (77)|
|James Lister (81)|
|· Squads: Dumbarton | Cowdenbeath|
Cowdenbeath scored a last-gasp equaliser to claim a 2-2 draw against fellow strugglers Dumbarton.
The away side took the lead after 11 minutes when Greg Stewart set up James Stevenson to slot home from 12 yards.
Dumbarton started the second half positively and they were rewarded after 66 minutes as James Lister flicked on a superb first-time cross from Mark Gilhaney into the path of Bryan Punty, who scored from a few yards out.
With six minutes to go the Sons took the lead when Scott Agnew found space inside the box and fired beyond Thomas Flynn.
Their joy was short lived though and as they protested Mike Tumilty's decision to deny them a penalty, the visitors broke.
The ball fell to the Blue Brazil striker Craig Moore in the area and he fired home in the last minute to ensure the spoils were shared.