Carlisle United v Stevenage, 11 October 2014

Score3-0 to Carlisle United
RefereeDavid Webb
CompetitionLeague Two
VenueBrunton Park
Attendance4,011

Goals:

Brad Potts 17 G
Steven Rigg 28 G
Mark Beck 87 G

Goals:

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Dan Hanford
Defender Danny Grainger
Defender Hayden White
Defender/Centre back Troy Archibald-Henville
Defender/Midfielder Brad Potts
Midfielder Patrick Brough
Midfielder Kyle Dempsey
Midfielder Gary Dicker
Midfielder Paul Thirlwell
Midfielder/Forward Steven Rigg
Forward Mark Beck

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Chris Day
Defender/Centre back Ronnie Henry
Defender/Centre back Dean Wells
Defender/Forward Darius Charles
Midfielder Andy Bond
Midfielder Charlie Lee
Midfielder Dean Parrett
Midfielder Tom Pett
Midfielder Chris Whelpdale
Midfielder/Forward Roarie Deacon
Forward Chris Beardsley

Substitutions:

Matty Robson for Patrick Brough 73
Stephen Elliott for Steven Rigg 76
Dave Symington for Brad Potts 90

Substitutions:

Ryan Johnson for Chris Whelpdale 30
Jon Ashton for Chris Beardsley 65
Connor Calcutt for Andy Bond 83

Cards:

Danny Grainger 8 Y

Cards:

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Tony Caig
Defender Sean O'Hanlon
Defender/Midfielder Matty Robson
Midfielder Josh Gillies
Midfielder Antony Sweeney
Midfielder Dave Symington
Forward Stephen Elliott

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Dave Beasant
Defender Bira Dembélé
Defender Ryan Johnson
Defender Michael Richens
Defender/Centre back Jon Ashton
Midfielder Tom Conlon
Forward Connor Calcutt

Comments:

League position: 20th

Comments:

League position: 19th Whilst employed as Stevenage's goalkeeping coach, 55 year-old Dave Beasant was named as a substitute for this game Had the former England keeper been called into action, he would have become English football’s oldest-ever player by beating the record of Neil McBain, the manager of New Brighton, who in 1947 played in goal against Hartlepool United at the age of 51 due to a spate of injuries. Dave had been brought on to the Boro bench following an injury to his son, Sam, who had been sharing goalkeeping duties with Chris Day.