Tuesday 30th July 2013

FOLLOWING the late cancellation of tonight’s friendly with Clydebank, the clubs agreed to play a closed door match at the Bet Butler Stadium, with Sons winning 5-1.

Dumbarton had former Scottish internationalist Robbie Neilson on show as a trialist in a side that also included assistant manager Jack Ross.

Sons killed the game off in the first half with goals from a trialist striker (pictured) Bryan Prunty, Martin McNiff and Megginson.

Substitute Ally McKerracher added a fifth goal late in the second witth a crisply taken penalty after the Bankies scored a via a delicate chip that eluded Grindlay.

A short match report is now online.

Alan Findlay

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