DUMBARTON boss Alan Adamson has been given a triple signing boost after three of his Rock stars put pen-to-paper on new deals for next season.
The Sons gaffer last week made offers to 13 members of his squad as he attempts to put his plans in place for a shot at the Irn-Bru First Division following their play-off triumph over Airdrie United.
Goalkeeper Stephen Grindley, Rock Young Player of the Year James Creaney and forward Scott Agnew have all agreed deals that will keep them at the club beyond the summer and Adamson is delighted with his business so far.
The Sons boss said: "It is good to get Scott signed up and playing in the First Division will be a perfect platform for his skills."
"I'm delighted that James has agreed terms quickly. He's a key member of our squad."
Meanwhile, Hamilton Accies have received a five-figure cash boost after topping the tables in the Irn-Bru Cans for youth teams initiative.
Clubs across the Scottish Football League were provided with bins to collect and recycle cans from supporters, with all prize money being used to help the grassroots game across the country.
Accies came out on top in the First Division, narrowly seeing off Ayr United to claim the top prize and a £10,000 cheque.
Club secretary Scott Struthers said: "We were delighted to win this award as we made a real effort by letting as many fans, friends, youth players, etc., know about it and the rewards on offer, so it's nice to win."