Peebles had the better of the first half with numerous corner kicks and lots of possession but couldn’t put any of their chances away.
Duns were much improved after the interval and created more than they did in the first 45, but also couldn’t take any of their numerous chances.
The visitors came into the game again late in the second half and created a few opportunities of their own but in truth, neither ‘keeper was called upon to do anything spectacular in the entire 90 minutes.
The Dingers had Martyn Tait sent off near the end but coped well enough to see the game out and almost stole it with a couple of attempts from Shennan and McHoul
Duns; Tansey, Weatherburn, Walker, McHoul, Ainslie, J Brydon, McGregor (Waddell), Stewart (Lee), Shennan, Tait.