Away-day heaven continues for Dumbarton
Dumbarton earned their fourth away win in a row with a 2-1 over Peterhead.
Jon McShane grabbed the winner in the 78th minute after Stuart Smith had cancelled out Ryan McStay's opener.
The Sons, who failed to win any of their opening eight away matches, started much the brighter and it was little surprise when McStay turned home Jordan Halsman's cross to give them the lead on 25 minutes.
But the hosts hit back four minutes after the break when Smith smashed in the leveller from close range after Stirling Smith had provided the ammunition.
Peterhead's hopes of easing their relegation worries with a first win in three matches were dashed when McShane coolly slotted home from 12 yards to secure the victory.