Poor weather conditions made for a disappointing weekend for Dumbarton United with a number of matches called off at short notice.

With eight matches scheduled, the heavy snowfall only allowed for four matches to be given the go ahead.

One of the lucky few to make it to kick-off was the Dumbarton United 2004 boys side who romped to an incredible 10-0 victory against Dally FA on a cold, blustery morning in Easterhouse.

The 2004 youngsters got off on the right foot as they opened the scoring nine minutes in after the Dally keeper struggled to cope with Luke’s powerful strike with Ciaran pouncing to slot home the rebound.

An early penalty miss didn’t do anything to dent Keigan’s confidence as the youngster went on to score an impressive hat-trick with the first of his three coming in the 10th minute after a lovely through ball.

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Lewis chipped in with a hat-trick of his own with the best of the bunch coming in the 53rd minute when his perseverance was rewarded with space in the box to allow him to blast it high into the roof of the net from a tight angle.

Goals from Riley, Ethan and a beautiful strike from Ryan added to the tally as the Dumbarton boys eased to the three points against a dejected home side.

Dumbarton United U13 girls side also managed to beat the weather to secure their place in the first round of the Scottish Cup draw with an emphatic 10-3 win away to Blantyre Soccer Academy in the preliminary round.

Kyla Thomson put in supreme display to notch five goals to settle the tie while Charley Wright gave a strong captain’s performance in the heart of defence, urging her team on from the first whistle.

Elsewhere, the United 2010 and 2013 boys both put on great performances with some fantastic football on show against Greenock and Renton Craigandrew respectively.