Dumbarton Academy rounded off their Douglas Smith League Cup section on maximum points after picking up victories away to Milngavie Wanderers and at home to Holytown.

Accies ran out 4-3 winners against Milngavie Wanderers on Wednesday, with the visitors taking the lead after 20 minutes.

However Accies responded well and equalised within two minutes, Alan Sweeney scoring at the back post.

Accies then took the lead, Tom McHard finishing well from inside the box.

Milngavie kept the pressure on Accies and equalised shortly after the restart.

Accies Mark Pawsey and then Callum Shipcott scored to give Accies a two goal advantage.

With five minutes to go Milngavie pulled a goal back to give themselves hope.

Accies refused to panic and saw the game out well, controlling possession within the Milngavie half and preventing their hosts any opportunities to equalise.

On Saturday, Dumbarton Accies cruised to a 4-0 win against Holytown in the final game of the group stages.

Accies started the match on the front foot, with Mark Pawsey narrowly off target.

On eight minutes, Accies took the lead. A good pass from Leo Daremas reach Callum Shipcott. Shipcott then saw his shot deflected and the ball landed at Graeme McBride - who finished nicely. Alan Sweeney, Jack Buchanan and Callum Shipcott all saw efforts bravely blocked.

On 48 minutes, midfielder Alan Flishie saw a right foot shot narrowly go over the bar. A minute later, Filshie scored. This time his effort was with his left foot following Alan Sweeney setting him up.

Callum Shipcott then picked up a nasty face injury which saw his game ended, taking an unintended boot fully on the face. Mark Pawsey evaded his marker on the half way line. As he drove into the box he passed to Alan Sweeney who stroked the ball home off the inside of the post.

Pawsey then scored Accies fourth, Connor O’Donohue played a long ball down the wing to Pawsay, who then played a “one-two” with Jack Buchanan and then cooly slotted home.

Accies were keen to secure a clean sheet at the back, which looked unlikely when they conceded a penalty on the 88th minute. Goalkeeper Andrew McGillivray saved the penalty to secure the clean sheet.

Accies gained a penalty of their own in injury time. Conor McGlinchey saw his tame effort saved, then his rebound which entered the net chalked off as referee Jim Moore controversially blew the full time whistle before the ball entered the net, much to McGlinchey’s dismay.