November 3, 2012
Dumbarton put four past East Stirling
|1 Jamie Ewings||1 Grant Hay|
|4 Alan Lithgow||5 Sean Kelly|
|5 Andrew Graham||3 Nathan Shepard|
|3 Ross Forsyth||2 Steven Jackson|
|2 Nicholas Devlin||4 Ricky Miller|
|7 Mark Gilhaney||7 David Greenhill|
|6 Scott Agnew||8 Jamie McKernon|
|8 Chris Turner||9 Kevin Turner|
|10 Garry Flening||11 Scott Maxwell|
|11 Brian Prunty||6 Phillip Zufle|
|9 James Lister||10 Paul Quinn|
|19 Stephen Grindlay||Craig Gordon 17|
|12 Martin McNiff||Michael Hunter 15|
|15 Lamont||Craig Hume 16|
|14 Steven McDougall||Mark Begg 12|
|16 Phillip Johnston||Michael Herd 14|
|Steven McDougall for Mark Gilhaney (65)||Michael Herd for Scott Maxwell (52)|
|Lamont for Brian Prunty (77)|
|Phillip Johnston for Garry Flening (83)|
|Alan Lithgow (57)||Steven Jackson (75)|
|Chris Turner (62)|
|Garry Flening (72)|
|· Rosters: Dumbarton | East Stirlingshire|
Dumbarton put their league troubles behind them with a confidence-building 4-1 thrashing of East Stirling at the Bet Butler Stadium.
Andrew Graham opened the scoring for the home side when he latched onto a Scott Agnew cross to finish from close range.
The Shire equalised with one minute of normal time remaining in the first-half thanks to David Greenhill's powerful finish.
James Lister then restored the Sons lead a minute later with his seventh of the campaign, after heading home a Garry Fleming cross.
The visitors pushed for an equaliser but the game was over when Bryan Prunty netted his fifth goal of the season.
There was still time for a fourth, and Dumbarton found one with Alan Lithgow converting in the 89th minute to seal a superb victory.