Last night’s match between Crawley Town and Bradford at the Broadfield stadium ended in a 3-1 defeat for The Reds.
The visitors went ahead early in the second half with a goal from Hanson and Crawley replied on 54 minutes with a goal from Walsh. But further goals from Knott and Bennett ensured a comfortable victory for Bradford ending Crawley’s winning run.
They’re now 7th in League One.
Crawley are at home to Bradford on Tuesday (19th August).
Skipper Josh Simpson is still a doubt after he picked up an ankle injury in the first game of the season against Barnsley.
Matt Harrold is still recovering from a knee operation and youngster Bradley Isaacs has an ankle problem.
Kick off is a 7.45pm.
In football, it couldn’t have been a better opening opening week for Crawley Town as they rounded it off with a third victory in their league one home match against Swindon Town. A single goal from a penalty scored by Izale MacLeod early in the second half was the difference between the sides.
Earlier in the week, the Reds earned a place in the second round of the Capital One cup and are fifth in the League table.
In the Ryman South, Redhill and South Park both lost one nil, and Merstham went down by two goals at home to Faversham Town. Slightly better for Three Bridges who drew 2 all away at Worthing.
Crawley are up against Swindon tomorrow in League one.
There are some injury doubts for the Reds. Matt Harrold has injured his knee and Simpson has hurt his ankle.
In the Ryman League it’s Ramsgate v. Redhill and Merstham will play Faversham Town.
Merstham cricket club’s first team will be celebrating promotion at their 150th anniversary dinner on Friday.
On Saturday they took their 12th victory of the season against Wandgas, the first of three away games in a row.
Merstham chose to bowl and dismissed their hosts for 154 in the 39th over.
They have three games left to clinch the title, with Chaldon the only team who can beat them to the top spot.
Newdigate, John Fisher and Warlingham now stand between them and the title.