Date: 9th November 2015 at 3:43pm
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The Crawley run in the FA Cup is over for another year after the first round defeat against Luton at the Broadfield Stadium on Saturday.

A Matt Harold (63) goal looked to have earned Crawley a replay after this cancelled out Josh McQuoid’s (54) second half opener but McQuoid (89) won it for Luton, two-one, in the last minute.

The full first round results were as follows:-

Friday 6th November
Salford City 2-0 Notts County

Saturday 7th November
AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Forest Green
Accrington 3-2 York
Altrincham 1-0 Barnsley
Barnet 2-0 Blackpool
Burton 0-3 Peterborough
Bury 4-0 Wigan
Cambridge 1-0 Basingstoke Town
Coventry 1-2 Northampton
Crawley 1-2 Luton
Crewe 0-1 Eastleigh
Dag & Red 0-0 Morecambe
Doncaster 2-0 Stalybridge Celtic
Dover Athletic 1-2 Stourbridge
Grimsby 5-1 St Albans City
Hartlepool 1-0 Cheltenham
Leyton Orient 6-1 Staines Town
Mansfield 0-0 Oldham
Millwall 3-1 AFC Fylde
Plymouth 0-2 Carlisle
Portsmouth 2-1 Macclesfield
Rochdale 3-1 Swindon
Scunthorpe 2-1 Southend
Sheff Utd 3-0 Worcester City
Stevenage 3-0 Gillingham
Barwell 0-2 Welling United
Northwich Victoria 1-1 Boreham Wood
Walsall 2-0 Fleetwood
Wealdstone 2-6 Colchester

Sunday 8th November
Didcot Town 0-3 Exeter
Aldershot 0-0 Bradford
Brackley Town 2-2 Newport
Braintree 1-1 Oxford Utd
Bristol Rovers 0-1 Chesham United
Halifax 0-4 Wycombe
Gainsborough Trinity 0-1 Shrewsbury
Maidstone United 0-1 Yeovil
Whitehawk 5-3 Lincoln City
Port Vale 1-1 Maidenhead United

We still have one first round tie to play, which will come tonight.

Monday 9th November
FC United of Manchester vs Chesterfield

Some interesting results, with some upsets, but on the whole those that expected to go through did go through with the stand out results, with them causing upsets to progress, having to be the wins for Salford City, Altrincham, Northampton, Eastleigh, Stevenage, Chesham United and Whitehawk beating Notts County, Barnsley, Coventry, Eastleigh, Gillingham, Bristol Rovers and Lincoln City respectively, to put them into round two and keep those cup dreams alive!

Following the Crawley defeat on Saturday the Reds know our name isn’t going to be in the pot for the next round and we ‘concentrate on the league!’

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