Tudur-Jones nets Robins draw
Owain Tudur-Jones scored a last-gasp equaliser for Swindon at Carlisle in a crucial relegation six pointer.
Last Updated: 18/04/09 10:49pm
Owain Tudur-Jones' deflected free-kick deep into stoppage time earned Swindon a 1-1 draw at Carlisle in a crucial relegation six pointer.
Hal Robson-Kanu was brought down by David Raven on the edge of the area and saw Tudur-Jones curled set-piece deflect off the same defender and go past Ben Williams.
Carlisle, without a win in the previous nine homes, started briskly enough and Bridges fired them into the lead after Swindon skipper Gordon Greer had failed to clear a left-wing cross from Evan Horwood. The ball fell at Bridges' feet and the striker coolly slotted home from 15 yards.
Apart from a late Cleveland Taylor header which flew just past the post, Carlisle were left hanging on to their slender lead in a nerve-jangling finale.
Williams came to their rescue in the 79th minute clawing away Tudur-Jones' header but the keeper was left helpless by the same player's deflected stoppage time effort.