An excellent performance by Dumbarton Academy FP saw them record a resounding 8-2 win at away to Cambusbarron Rovers on Saturday.

That followed up a 2-1 win at Viewfield on Wednesday to put them in a strong position in the Douglas Smith League Cup section.

Accies took the lead within the first minute against Cambusbarron. An excellent passing move between Marcus Dooley, Ian Davie, Andrew MacDonald, Conor McGlinchey and then Callum Shipcott saw the latter pass to captain Jack Buchanan - whose 20 yard shot left Cambusbarron goalkeeper Matthew Tortolano with no chance.

Cambusbarron, who were playing against the slope on the pitch, then saw an opportunity for Ryan Seath thwarted by good defending from Leo Daremas.

On 20 minutes, Accies extended their lead. An Ian Davie pass reached Conor McGlinchey, who showed good strength to hold off his marker and place his shot home.

Five minutes later, Accies went three up. A 20-yard free kick from Andrew MacDonald entered the net under the keepers body.

Unfortunately that was the last action for MacDonald as he left the action injured.

On the half hour, Colin McPhee extended Accies lead. Good work from Jack Buchanan provided the opportunity which was clinically finished.

Conor McGlinchey scored Accies fifth, following long ball from Marcus Dooley.

Cambusbarron pulled a goal back just before the half time whistle, Ryan Seath scoring at the back post.

On 65 minutes, Cambusbarron pulled another goal back. Substitute Chris Hendry heading home a corner.

Accies manager, Michael Dickie, put on his substitute in order to stabilise his team.

It had the desired effect, and Accies scored on eighty minutes. Mark Pawsey finishing with his left foot following a flick onto him by Andrew Burton.

With five minutes to go Andrew Burton scored following a long ball by Marcus Dooley.

The final piece of action saw Accies score an eighth, Mark Pawsey scoring again.