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13 hours ago

Sons ready for Hibs test

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Dumbarton entertain Hibs in the league for the first time ever at the Bet Butler Stadium.

The Sons are missing only Hugh Murray, who has suffered a recurrence of a calf problem.

Goalkeeper Danny Rogers is available again after international duty.

Manager Ian Murray said: "It is another great occasion after the visits from Hearts and Rangers. We took a point from Hearts here and gave Rangers a tough time in the Scottish Cup so we can be confident of getting something against Hibs.

"We did well to come...

6 days ago

Sons hit back to punish Livi

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Dumbarton staged a superb second-half fightback to end a run of three successive defeats in the Scottish Championship with a 2-1 win at Livingston.

The hosts went ahead after 29 minutes when forward Daniel Mullen rolled the ball into the bottom corner after beating two Dumbarton defenders.

Livingston almost doubled their lead five minutes later but midfielder Gary Glen's header came back off the crossbar.

Dumbarton equalised after 62 minutes when Garry Fleming fired into the top corner after picking...

Nov 8, 2014

Queens stay third with win

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Queen of the South stayed third in the Scottish Championship after a 3-0 victory over struggling Dumbarton.

The hosts opened the scoring in the 31st minute when John Baird converted from the penalty spot after Lee Mair was penalised for handball.

Dumbarton almost levelled two minutes after the interval, Kieran MacDonald seeing his shot tipped over by Alex Clark.

However, the home side then killed off the game with two goals in as many minutes.

Mark Durnan headed in a second from close range in the...

Nov 1, 2014

Dumbarton 0-1 Rangers

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Kris Boyd's third goal in five games handed Rangers a 1-0 win over Dumbarton and a place in the William Hill Scottish Cup fourth round.

The Ibrox frontman endured a frustrating start to the season as he failed to score in any of his team's first eight league games.

But since breaking his Scottish Championship duck against Raith Rovers a fortnight ago, the former Scotland striker has gradually resdicovered his scoring touch.

The 31-year-old fired Rangers ahead seconds before the half-time whistle and...

Oct 25, 2014

Dumbarton 0-3 Rangers

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Rangers refused to be distracted by Mike Ashley's off-field manoeuvrings as they eased to a comfortable 3-0 win over Dumbarton at the Bet Butler Stadium.

Ally McCoist's side could afford to see skipper Lee McCulloch miss a first-half penalty and still win as Kenny Miller, Lee Wallace and Kris Boyd scored.

But it is not a result which moves the Ibrox outfit to within six points of Scottish Championship leaders Hearts ahead of tomorrow's Edinburgh derby that will occupy the minds of the worried Light...