Wee Rovers share points with Sons
Albion and Dumbarton were both made to settle for a point each from a 1-1 draw at Cliftonhill.
The hosts were looking to record a third straight league win in their attempts to avoid relegation and went ahead after 20 minutes when Daniel Ferry found the top corner with a right-footed volley from the edge of the area.
The Wee Rovers were then pegged back by Scott Agnew's 13th goal of the season seven minutes before half-time.
Ryan McStay almost put the hosts back in front five minutes later, but his 25-yard strike rattled the crossbar.
Bryan Prunty should have given Dumbarton the lead moments into the second half, but he was unable to beat Derek Gaston when well-placed to score.
The Sons' best chance to steal a late victory fell to substitute Patrick Walker, but his close-range volley was again saved by Gaston.