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May 9, 2012

The Ben Lomond Free Press

Until the new year it looked as if the Sons, if they avoided outright relegation, could only look forward to being involved in the play offs at the wrong end of the second division.

Then however they went on a run of ten games undefeated and surged up the table. There were a few stutters after that but three victories and a draw amongst their last six games was enough to see them equal their best league finish (third place in the second division) since the move to the new stadium in 2000.

And so tonight they take on second placed Arbroath in the semi final first leg tie in the play offs for the first division.

Last week it was the 120th anniversary of Dumbarton’s outright winning of the Scottish League. It also saw the 40th anniversary of the 1971-72 second division championship win which took them to the…

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