Date: 29th November 2015 at 3:28pm
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Crawley’s League 2 season continued with a defeat against Carlisle at Brunton Park on Saturday.

It’s now successive defeats for Crawley after a three-one loss at Carlisle, who went two-up after a Charlie Wyke brace in the opening half an hour.

Rhys Murphy headed in a Lewis Young cross to reduce the deficit for the Reds but the Cumbrians sealed the points in the second half through Jabo Ibehre.



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The other results this weekend were as follows:-

Saturday 28th November 2015
Barnet 1-3 Mansfield
Cambridge 3-1 Notts County
Carlisle 3-1 Crawley
Dag & Red 1-1 Plymouth
Exeter 1-1 Bristol Rovers
Hartlepool 0-1 Oxford Utd
Leyton Orient 1-1 Wimbledon
Newport 3-0 Luton
Northampton 2-0 Yeovil
Stevenage 4-3 Morecambe
Wycombe 2-2 Portsmouth
York 1-5 Accrington

Looking at these results the stand out ones have to be the wins for Mansfield, Newport and Stevenage?

There were some good wins with Accrington certainly deserving an honourable mention for a five-one win at York.

Mansfield beating Barnet, from the outside looking in, wouldn’t be that special as such but having not only struggled for points but also goals of late a three-one win at the Hive gets the Stags back on track.

An upturn in form has seen Newport move out of the bottom two and facing relegation with this improvement continuing with a three-nil win over Luton at Rodney Parade, which would have been (even more of) a surprise than it was a few weeks back.

Showing improvement is something Stevenage have also done of late with them edging out Morecambe in a seven-goal thriller at the Lamex Stadium with Boro winning four-three.

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