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Crawley beaten at Swindon
Crawley Town suffered their first defeat under Richie Barker as they went down 3-0 away to Swindon in League One .
The home side piled on the pressure from the first whistle and it was something of a surprise they took 24 minutes to break the deadlock.
The dangerous Matt Ritchie burst down the right and clipped over a cross which beat Paul Jones all ends up and dropped inside the far post.
Crawley enjoyed their best spell of the half towards the end of the first period but found themselves 2-0 down on 44 minutes when a corner from the right was only half cleared and Tommy Miller lashed the ball home for 2-0.
It became 3-0 on 63 minutes when Mark Connolly failed to clear a ball across the area and Raffaele De Vita fired home low into the far corner.
Crawley: Jones; Connolly, Davis (sub Cooper 81), McFadzean, Sadler; Adams, Simpson, Akpan, Bulman (sub Forte 64); Clarke (sub Ajose 68), Alexander. Subs not used: Torres, Hunt, Neilson, Kuipers.
Swindon (4-4-2): Foderingham; Devera, Flint, McCormack, McEveley; Ritchie, Ferry, Miller (sub Rooney 87), De Vita (sub Navarro 77); Collins, Williams (sub Benson 85). Subs not used: Risser, Storey, Cobocchi, Bedwell.
Full match analysis in The Argus tomorrow.
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