Friday 1st March 2013
DUMBARTON were denied all three points by an 89th minute equaliser from Cowdenbeath at the Bet Butler Stadium this afternoon, with the busy encounter finishing up level at 2-2.
The visitors enjoyed more possession in the opening 45 minutes, taking the lead early on when a defensive slip let Jamie Stevenson in to give them the lead. Sons were chasing the game for the remainder of the half.
After the break it was a different proposition. Dumbarton came out of the blocks fast and had several chances and half chances before Bryan Prunty levelled at 1-1 on 66 minutes, following a good interception and cross from Man of the Match Mark Gilhaney.
It then looked as if Dumbarton had won the game on 84 minutes, when the tireless Scott Agnew grabbed a deserved goal to make it 2-1. But as Cowdenbeath pressed back ferociously at the end of the game, Craig Moore slipped in behind the defence to make it 2-2.
Sons missed the chance to go seventh in the Irn Bru SFL First Division by not winning, but they still hold a game in hand over today’s opponents.
Next up is a tough trip to face high-flying Partick Thistle at Firhill on Saturday 9th March.
Full match report and photos now online.
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