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Look Back :- May 7th 2014 Dundee FC V Dumbarton FC
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Dundee 
  • 1 Letheren Booked at 75mins
  • 2 Irvine
  • 5 Dyer
  • 10 Rae
  • 18 Gallagher
  • 17 Benedictus
  • 23 Boyle (Conroy 74)
  • 8 McBride
  • 9 MacDonald (Beattie 88)
  • 27Nade (Riley 80)
  • 20McAlister
Substitutes 
  • 7 Riley
  • 11 Conroy
  • 24 Twardzik
  • 25 Cummins
  • 29 Beattie
  • 30 Kerr
  • 33 Wighton
 Dumbarton 
  • 19 Ewings
  • 2 McGinn
  • 16 Linton
  • 24 Miller
  • 6 Turner (Kirkpatrick 65)
  • 4 Graham
  • 7 Gilhaney
  • 8 Agnew
  • 9 Megginson (Kane 46)
  • 17 Nish
  • 14 Fleming (Prunty 58)
Substitutes 
  • 1 Grindlay
  • 5 McLaughlin
  • 11 McDougall
  • 12 Prunty
  • 15 Kirkpatrick
  • 21 Kane
  • 26 Murray
 
  • Referee:
  • Bobby Madden
 
  • Attendance:
  • 10,718
 
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Dundee secured the Championship title and promotion to the top flight with a dramatic victory over Dumbarton.

With Hamilton hammering Morton 10-2, a late Sons equaliser would have sent Accies to the top instead.

Headers from Christian Nade and Peter MacDonald had signalled a championship party in the stands before the break.

But Scott Agnew's 69th-minute penalty gave the Sons a lifeline and Dundee needed a late Kyle Letheren save to win the title for Paul Hartley's side.

Nade had opened the scoring after 25 minutes when he headed in a free-kick from Kevin McBride.

MacDonald doubled the advantage with another header, this time from a cross by Gary Irvine.

Agnew ensured that nervy finish when he tucked away a 69th-minute penalty after Bryan Prunty was fouled by Willie Dyer.

However, Dundee held out to claim top spot by two points from Hamilton, who have to be content with a place in the play-offs



  




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