Dumbarton 0 - 1 Bonnyrigg Rose 

Scottish Cup - 3rd Round replay
Tuesday, December 6th, 2016, 7:45 PM at Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium
Attendance: 632
Referee: Greg Aitken
Dumbarton v Bonnyrigg Rose, Dec 6th 2016, Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium
Dumbarton  Bonnyrigg Rose

None. Adam Nelson (86)

Team Managers
Stevie Aitken Robbie Horn

Starting Eleven
Alan Martin
Darren Barr
Gregor Buchanan
Mark Docherty
Josh Todd
David Smith
Ryan Stevenson
Andy Stirling
Joe Thomson
Garry Fleming
Robert Thomson
Michael Andrews
Alan Horne
Ruaridh Donaldson
Jonathan Stewart
Kerr Young
Dean Hoskins
Lewis Turner
Andrew Kidd
Keiran McGachie
Adam Nelson
Wayne McIntosh

Mark Brown
Craig Pettigrew
Lewis Crawford
Donald McCallum
Scott Gray
Ewan Moyes
Fraser McLaren
Dylan Rooney
Scott Archibald

Craig Pettigrew for Ryan Stevenson (68)
Donald McCallum for Robert Thomson (68)
Scott Gray for Andrew Kidd (80)
Fraser McLaren for Wayne McIntosh (81)
Ewan Moyes for Keiran McGachie (90)

None. Lewis Turner (70)

Red Cards
None. None.
Appearances & Goals To Date
Alan Martin (GK) 18 apps -
Darren Barr 50 apps3 goals
Gregor Buchanan 57 apps2 goals
Mark Docherty 58 apps5 goals
Josh Todd 22 apps -
David Smith 22 apps1 goal
Ryan Stevenson 20 apps3 goals
Andy Stirling 21 apps1 goal
Joe Thomson 15 apps1 goal
Garry Fleming 162 apps31 goals
Robert Thomson 22 apps4 goals
Craig Pettigrew (sub) 18 apps -
Donald McCallum (sub) 32 apps4 goals

Starting Lineup
Youngest Player:Joe Thomson (19 years 331 days)
Oldest Player:Ryan Stevenson (32 years 112 days)
Average Player Age:26 years 245 days
Domestic Players:10 (90.91 % of starting eleven)

Matchday Squad
Youngest Player:Lewis Crawford (16 years 318 days)
Oldest Player:Mark Brown (35 years 290 days)
Average Player Age:26 years 153 days
Domestic Players:14 (93.33 % of matchday squad)

First Team Debuts

Darren Barr played his 50th major competitive game for the Club.

SONS crashed out of the Scottish Cup to a spirited Bonnyrigg Rose team at the Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium, losing 1-0.

Adam Nelson scored the game's only goal on 86 minutes, to send Rose through to the fourth round and a plum home tie against holders Hibernian.

It was a quiet start to the match from a Sons point of view, Rose looked dangerous on the break and the impressive Keiran McGachie came close with a shot that had Alan Martin beaten however the ball skidded across the face of goal and out of play.

Lewis Turner had the noisy and large away support on their feet when his 15th minute effort hit the bar with Martin beaten.

Sons first proper attempt on goal came from Ryan Stevenson but his half volley was wide and the former Hearts man was at the centre of the action again when his free-kick was met by Robert Thomson whose header was easily held by Rose goalie Michael Andrews.

Dumbarton enjoyed a lot of possession in the run up to half-time and Andrews did well to push over the bar a snapshot from Robert Thomson before his namesake Joe couldn't quite connect with a tempting knock-down.

Joe Thomson was involved at the start of the second period but his long-range effort drifted wide.

At the other end, Darren Barr and Mark Docherty had to look lively to deny McGachie space and there was a let-off on the half-hour when referee Greig Aitken signalled a free-kick when Rose had the ball in the net.

On 65 mins, a Gregor Buchanan header from the centre of the penalty box was saved by Andrews with the top left hand corner of the net waiting to collect the ball.

Then Ryan Stevenson pulled a 20-yard free kick wide as the game entered the latter stages.

Adam Nelson broke the deadlock and Sons hearts with four minutes remaining curling a fine effort from the edge of the penalty box that eluded Alan Martin into the net.

Despite a late flurry from Sons, Bonnyrigg Rose held on to progress to round four of the Scottish Cup.

Match report by Alan Findlay


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