Crawley Town suffered a humiliating defeat in League Two after going 2-0 down to Morecambe within the opening 7 minutes.
The Reds were 3-nil without reply going into the half-time break.
James Collins pulled a goal back for Crawley from the penalty spot in the second half, his 18th goal of the season, however it made little difference to the overall performance.
Crawley Town 1 – Morecambe 3.
Crawley travel to face Wycombe at Adams Park on Saturday.
In the combined counties premier division, Horley Town suffered a 2-0 away defeat at the hands of North Greenford United.
Dorking had a home win against Cobham, 2-0, in the combined counties division 1.
Redhill’s away game at Epsom Athletic was postponed.
Crawley Town lost their League 2 match away to Luton on Saturday. James Collins scored his 17th goal of the season but the Reds conceded twice in four minutes as they suffered a 2-1 defeat at Kenilworth Road.
In the Ryman Premier League, Merstham won 3-2 away to Enfield Town with two goals from Dean McDonald and one from Dan Bennett.
In the Ryman South, Horsham enjoyed the largest crowd this season as local schoolchildren took up the club’s invitation for free entry to the game. But Horsham lost 2-0 to South Park. East Grinstead won 7-3 away to Walton Casuals and Three Bridges’ home match against Greenwich Borough was postponed.
Elsewhere Horley Town lost 4-2 away to Bedfont and Feltham.
Crawley Town are away to 5th place Luton tomorrow.
Head Coach Dermot Drummy has emphasised the Red’s mentality will play an important role in determining the outcome of the match.
Speaking at a press conference yesterday he said they’ve been working on eradicating errors after giving away late goals in previous games.
Kick-off is at 3pm
Crawley Town lost 2-1 in their League 2 match against Stevenage on Saturday. James Collins scored for the sixth consecutive home league goal but it wasn’t enough as Stevenage came from behind to take all three points, scoring the winner in the 95th minute at the Checkatrade Stadium. Crawley remain in 16th place as they head to Blackpool tomorrow.
Several matches were postponed on Saturday due to waterlogged pitches. Merstham, South Park, Redhill and Horley Town’s matches were all postponed.
It was game on for Horsham’s away match at Carshalton Athletic thanks to the host’s 3G pitch, but Horsham lost 5-1. East Grinstead won 3-0 to Molesey at East Court and Three Bridges gained a much-needed point, drawing 1-1 away to Chatham Town.
Crawley lost 2-1 in their League 2 away match to Notts County on Saturday.
In the Ryman Premier Division, Merstham won 4-0 away to AFC Sudbury. In the Ryman South, Horsham celebrated seven games unbeaten after a 1-1 draw at home to East Grinstead. South Park won 4-1 away to Godalming Town and Three Bridges remain second from bottom after losing 3-1 at home to Faversham Town.
Elsewhere Redhill won 2-0 at Kiln Brow against Staines Lammas. Redhill remain in second place in the Combined Counties Division One, one point behind Banstead Athletic. Horley Town lost 3-0 away to Camberley Town.