Scunthorpe United v Swindon Town, 27 April 2013

Score3-1 to Scunthorpe United
RefereeAndy Woolmer
CompetitionLeague One
VenueGlanford Park
Attendance6,020

Goals:

Michael Collins 87 G
Mark Duffy penalty 90 P
Karl Hawley 90 G

Goals:

James S Collins 83 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Sam Slocombe
Defender David Mirfin
Defender Eddie Nolan
Defender Paul Reid
Defender/Left back Tom Newey
Midfielder Michael Collins
Midfielder Mark Duffy
Midfielder Anthony Forde
Midfielder Jimmy Ryan
Forward Matt Godden
Forward Karl Hawley

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Wes Foderingham
Defender Nathan Byrne
Defender Joe Devera
Defender/Centre back Aden Flint
Defender/Centre back Darren P Ward
Defender/Midfielder Alan McCormack
Midfielder Massimo Luongo
Midfielder Gary M Roberts
Midfielder/Forward Raffaele De Vita
Forward James S Collins
Forward Adam Rooney

Substitutions:

James Alabi for Matt Godden 60
Christian Ribeiro for Jimmy Ryan 60
Hakeeb Adelakun for Anthony Forde 72

Substitutions:

Tommy Miller for Raffaele De Vita 74
Andy Williams for Adam Rooney 74
Luke Rooney for Gary M Roberts 85

Cards:

Jimmy Ryan 59 Y

Cards:

Darren P Ward 86 Y
Aden Flint 90 Y
Wes Foderingham 90 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper James Severn
Defender Callum Howe
Forward Hakeeb Adelakun
Forward James Alabi
Forward Robbie Gibbons
Forward Mike Grella

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Leigh Bedwell
Defender Matt Jones
Midfielder Tommy Miller
Midfielder Luke Rooney
Forward Mark Francis
Forward Connor Waldon
Forward Andy Williams

Comments:

Final league position 2012-13: 21st Colchester United's win at Carlisle United on the same afternoon confirmed Scunthorpe United's relegation to League Two. Mark Duffy's penalty gave Scunthorpe United the lead before Karl Hawley completed the scoring in added time at the end of the game.

Comments:

Final league position 2012-13: 6th