March 16, 2013
Morton maintain lead at the top
|1 Stephen Grindlay||1 Derek Gaston|
|5 Alan Lithgow||5 Kevin Rutkiewicz|
|4 Andrew Graham||6 Craig Reid|
|3 Scott Smith||3 Thomas O'Ware|
|8 Scott Agnew||10 Martin Hardie|
|2 Paul McGinn||11 Kyle Wilkie|
|6 Chris Turner||8 Michael Tidser|
|9 Garry Flening||2 Scot Taggart|
|7 Mark Gilhaney||4 Fouad Bachirou|
|10 Brian Prunty||9 Peter MacDonald|
|11 Steven McDougall||7 Archie Campbell|
|19 Jamie Ewings||David Hutton 20|
|16 Stuart Urquhart||Jordan Halsman 15|
|14 Nick Phinn||Tony Wallace 16|
|15 Lamont||Peter Weatherson 12|
|12 Robert Winters||Colin McMenamin 14|
|Robert Winters for Brian Prunty (56)||Colin McMenamin for Archie Campbell (64)|
|Nick Phinn for Chris Turner (68)||Jordan Halsman for Kyle Wilkie (80)|
|Tony Wallace for Michael Tidser (82)|
|Garry Flening (25)||Michael Tidser (35)|
|Alan Lithgow (76)|
|· Squads: Dumbarton | Greenock Morton|
Morton maintained their advantage at the top of the First Division with a 3-0 victory at Dumbarton.
The last time the two sides met it was The Sons who were 3-0 victors, but Allan Moore's men turned the tables as they dominated throughout.
The deadlock was broken with 32 minutes on the clock when Michael Tidser unleashed a left-foot strike from 25 yards out that flew into the top right-hand corner of the net.
Moore's charges doubled their lead six minutes later through Martin Hardie's header as the midfielder found the back of the net following some good work by Kevin Rutkiewicz down the right flank.
In-form striker Peter MacDonald completed his side's revenge after 81 minutes, heading home Colin McMenamin's cross from the right to take his tally to seven goals in his last six games and leaving Ian Murray's side without a win in their last five outings.