Thursday 16th January 2014
DUMBARTON gaffer Ian Murray is in a positive mood after the Cowdenbeath win, but he and his players are taking nothing for granted for the weekend as they prepare to face Alloa Athletic.
The gaffer was exuberant after the vital 4-2 Sons win away at Cowdenbeath last Saturday.
He told the press following that game: “It was great to see Chris Kane get on the score sheet again. He has started his career in senior football very well with two goals in two games.
“Mitch Megginson hadn’t scored for a few weeks so he really needed that, as well. He works very hard and is always dangerous, so I was delighted for him.
“Also, that was only big Nish’s second goal of the season, so it’s nice to see all the strikers on target. And guys like Bryan Prunty and Steven McDougall are a threat up front too, so we’re well served in that department.”
Since then, the hard work of all involved has continued as Dumbarton get ready to take on Alloa Athletic at Recreation Park in two days’ time.
The full match report from Cowdenbeath is now online. We apologise for the delay in publication, due to a small technical problem which has now been resolved.