Dumbarton manager Stevie Farrell slammed the individual errors his side continued to make as they lost for the fifth time in a row on Saturday.

An early goal from Jaze Kabia, the fourth game in succession which Sons have conceded in the opening five minutes, and a further strike from Charlie Telfer secured three points for Falkirk.

The Castle Road’s side relegation fears as a result of a loss which keeps them second from bottom in League One, three points clear of East Fife in tenth position and two behind Peterhead in eighth.

Stephen Bronsky’s failed header back towards goalkeeper Kieran Wright handed Kabia his early goal on a plate and, despite feeling his side competed with the Bairns, Faz was left fuming at the terrible start to the game.

Speaking post-match, he said: “If you watched that game, there is nothing in the game.

“In the first half I thought we were fine and they were fine. In the second half they didn’t really threaten us apart from the disallowed goal, which is clearly offside.

“The first goal, there isn’t any excuse. We have worked all week on defensive shape and Stephen Bronsky knows he should go and put it over the stand.

“It’s our 30th individual mistake this year that’s cost a goal. That’s phenomenal.

“You’re never going to give yourself a chance, regardless of what you do and regardless of what you work on.

“You’ll never give yourself a chance if you go and make that amount of individual errors.

“The second goal, we get done off the throw-in and our distance is too big. Kieran knows he should do better, and there’s our 31st individual error.

“There’s nothing else in the game, nothing else to talk about, just those two goals.”

Dumbarton’s efforts to beat the drop continue this Saturday, March 26, as they play host to Montrose. Kick-off is at 3pm.

Elsewhere, the Sons Supporters Trust are due to hold their annual general meeting next Wednesday evening.

The event will take place in Bar 72 at the Dumbarton Football Stadium on Wednesday, March 30 at 7pm.

After not meeting in the last two years because of the pandemic, trust chair David Brownlee is looking forward to holding an AGM once again.

He said: “The AGM will be an opportunity for us to get back on track. I hope to see as many of our members as possible.”