Jimmy Smith produced something special to delight a bumper crowd at Crawley.

But they had to settle for a 1-1 draw at home to Swindon after Marc Richards headed a late leveller.

A crowd of 5,008 - the best at the Checkatrade Stadium for three years - took advantage of the club’s Pay What You Can initiative and created a vibrant atmosphere.

The attendance included 1,377 away supporters.

Smith marked the occasion in some style with a brilliant dipping strike across Swindon goalkeeper Stuart Moore for the 24th-minute breakthrough.

Moore topped a Karlan Ahearne-Grant effort away from the top corner late in the half.

And Mark Randall hit the post early in the second period.

Ahearne-Grant was denied by Moore when he had Panutche Camara next to him hoping for a tap in.

That proved to be a costly moment for the hosts.

Glenn Morris kept the lead intact with a super stop low to his right from Ollie Banks.

But Richards headed home from close range on 86 minutes.