Crawley 2-0 Salisbury

24 November 2009 10:25
Crawley bounced back from two straight defeats to beat 10-man Salisbury.The Whites' hopes were dealt a severe blow when Jamie Turley was dismissed in the first-half of stoppage time for a crude tackle on Adam Quinn. [LNB]And the Reds took advantage soon after the break, with Ben Smith striking from six yards out. [LNB]Matt Tubbs missed a chance to level for Salisbury and Lewis Killenn made sure of the points, lashing into the top corner from Charles Ademano's ball. [LNB][LNB]Crawley Town: Rayner, Wilson, Malcolm, Quinn, Broadhurst, Giles (Ademeno 23), Rusk, Hutchinson, Pinault (Lokanbo 90), Killeen, Smith, Ademeno (Carter 88). Subs Not Used: Napper, Jordan. [LNB]Booked: Quinn. [LNB]Goals: Smith 50, Killeen 87. [LNB]Salisbury: Bittner, Clohessy (Brown 16), Ruddick, Turley, Clarke, Anderson (Oastler 75), O'Hara (Toby Osman 80), Cox, Flood, Webb, Tubbs. Subs Not Used: Gray, Tafazolli. [LNB]Sent Off: Turley (45). [LNB]Booked: Flood, Ruddick, Webb, Oastler. [LNB]Att: 603 [LNB]Ref: Alun-Wyn Davies (Southampton).

Source: BBC_Sport