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Champ - Hibs 3-0 Dumbarton

3 - 0

Easter Road

21/02/15; 3pm

Attendance: 8,370


The 20-point gap between ourselves and Hearts remains in place but Hibs regained second place in the Championship ahead of Rangers following our comfortable three-nil win against Dumbarton at Easter Road on Saturday.

Dja Djedje had a chance at the midway point of the first half but couldn't take this, he soon made up for this though when a Watson cross came to him, Dja Djedje (29) made no mistake this time.

Within a few minutes the lead was doubled when Watson again provided the cross for Malonga (32) to head us into a two-goal lead at the break.

The points were secured 10-minutes into the second half when Malonga (56) finished from close range to make it three - further goals could have come but three was enough to keep us in second place.

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Date:Sunday February 22 2015
Time: 1:11PM

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