East Fife 1-2 Dumbarton
Dumbarton scored two second-half goals as they came from behind to beat East Fife at the Bayview Stadium.
Robert Linn came close to opening the scoring inside five minutes but could not keep his effort down.
The hosts took the lead after 23 minutes when Ryan Wallace played through Linn and he finished neatly inside the area.
Bryan Prunty almost equalised immediately but his effort was well saved by Michael Brown.
The Sons did hit back seven minutes after the restart as Mark Gilhaney netted with a fine strike from the edge of the box.
And the visitors edged ahead with 10 minutes remaining, Ally Graham rising highest to head home Scott Agnew's cross.
Despite a late surge from The Fifers, Dumbarton held firm to claim all three points.
East Fife: Michael Brown, Scott Durie, Campbell (Ovenstone 46), White, Cook, Linn, Muir, McCormack, Robert Sloan (Johnstone 78), Wallace, Dalziel (Hislop 61). Subs Not Used: Collier, Janczyk.
Goals: Linn 23.
Dumbarton: Grindlay, Nugent, Lithgow, McBride, Creaney, Finnie (Graham 56), Agnew, Wallace, Gilhaney, Walker (Lamont 57), Prunty (Borris 85).
Subs Not Used: Gastal, Kennedy.
Goals: Gilhaney 52, Graham 79.
Referee: Stephen Finnie