Scunthorpe United v Carlisle United, 16 March 2002

Score2-1 to Scunthorpe United
RefereePhil Joslin
CompetitionLeague Division 3
VenueGlanford Park
Attendance4,109

Goals:

Mike Jeffrey 18 G
Lee Hodges 37 G

Goals:

Will McDonagh 77 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Tom Evans
Defender James Cotterill
Defender Nathan Stanton
Defender/Centre back Pat McGibbon
Defender/Left back Andy Dawson
Midfielder Alex Calvo-Garcia
Midfielder Matt Sparrow
Forward Lee Hodges
Forward Mike Jeffrey
Forward Gareth Sheldon
Forward Steve Torpey

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Peter Keen
Defender/Right back Mark Birch
Defender Lee Andrews
Defender Dave Rogers
Defender/Centre back Mark Winstanley
Defender/Midfielder Will McDonagh
Defender/Midfielder Peter Murphy
Midfielder Stuart Green
Midfielder Michael Jack
Forward Richie Foran
Forward Steve Halliday

Substitutions:

Jamie McCombe for Gareth Sheldon 87

Substitutions:

Ian Stevens for Steve Halliday 50
Jonny Allan for Stuart Green 60
John Slaven for Richie Foran 89

On the bench:

Defender/Centre back Jamie McCombe

On the bench:

Forward Jonny Allan
Forward John Slaven
Forward Ian Stevens

Comments:

Unused substitutes: Nigel Pepper, Andrew Parton, Mark Anderson and Chris Bennion. League Position: 4th

Comments:

Unused substitutes: Tony Hopper and Mike Dickinson. League Position: 17th In making his senior debut, when John Slaven came on he became the youngest player in Carlisle United's history. At 16 years 166 days, the Scottish striker beat the previous club record (16 days 306 days) set by Rory Delap when he made his debut against Scarborough in May 1993.