DUMBARTON manager Stevie Farrell admits he isn’t paying any attention to the league table as his side maintained their unbeaten run by coming from two goals down against Elgin City.

Sons found themselves in second, third and fourth place in the live table throughout the afternoon on Saturday as goals from Michael Ruth and James Graham stretched the unbeaten run to seven games.

Russell Dingwall and Ross Draper ended Sons five-game clean sheet run with first-half efforts to put the away side in control before Ruth pulled one back on the stroke of half-time.

The hosts bossed possession for much of the second period before substitute Graham was in the right place to get on the end of Ryan Blair’s shot and turn the ball into the net with just a minute to go to earn a point.

One league game remains for Dumbarton before the play-offs start next Tuesday with their route to League One looking no clearer.

Farrell’s side could still finish in one of any three positions which would determine which one of four teams they play and whereabouts in the play-offs.

The Sons boss admits it’s something he isn’t getting tied up over and insists the biggest headache is getting scouts to attend three other matches across the country.

Speaking post match, he said: “I was happy with the way we played on Saturday, I thought we played really well and the draw was the least we deserved.

“I’m disappointed in the two goals we lost – we haven’t lost a lot of goals in the last five or six weeks but I was disappointed with them.

“We might have to come from behind in games in the next few weeks and we’ll have to show that character. I always felt the equaliser was coming in the second half and it was good to get it.

“People have asked me for weeks what I want in the play-offs but I just take the games one at a time. If you start saying we could do this and that you would be all over the place.

“Next Saturday night at ten to five we could be playing any one of four teams and I’ve got to get the other three teams watched as well as playing Peterhead.

“It’s testament to ourselves, Spartans and Peterhead how tight we have been all season. There’s been nothing between us all season.”

Sons travel to Peterhead on Saturday. Kick-off at Balmoor is at 3.00pm.