Football: Promotion now oh so close.SWANSEAare just one win away from promotion to the Championship after earning a point from a goalless draw in a highly-charged clash against Carlisle at Brunton Park Brunton Park is the home of Carlisle United F.C. It is situated in Carlisle, Cumbria and has a capacity of 16,651. It flooded completely in 2005. Details
The Swans dominated the top-of-the-table clash with midfielder Andy Robinson For the actor see Andrew Robinson.
Andy Robinson (born 3 April 1964 in Taunton, Somerset) is a former English rugby union footballer who played openside flanker for Bath and England. hitting the bar three times - twice from free-kicks outside the box in either half.
A third effort rolled along the top of the bar from his cross on 80 minutes.
The closest United came to scoring was when Dorus De Vries Dorus de Vries (born December 29, 1980 in Beverwijk) is a Dutch football goalkeeper who currently plays for Swansea City.
He started his career at Stormvogels Telstar. In 2003 he transferred to ADO Den Haag. tipped a 25-yarder from Simon Hackney past a post.
The Swans stay top, four points clear of their opponents, who are now six ahead of Doncaster.
Nottingham Forest's automatic promotion hopes were all but extinguished after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Bristol Rovers.
Anthony Shaw fired a brace to guide Cumberworth to the District League's Richardson Cup final with a 3-1 win over Kirkheaton Rovers at YMCA YMCA
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Shaw fired his side ahead on 19 minutes before Trevor Baskworth made it 2-0 three minutes before the break.
After the restart John Scott handed Kirkheaton a lifeline when he pulled a goal back on 50 minutes but, as both sides missed several chances, Shawclinched it for Cumberworth netting his side's third goal on 87 minutes.
Holme Valley Academicals are through to the Gee Cup final after a 5-4 penalty shoot-out victory against New Mill last night.
The match finished 1-1 after normal time and extra-time, Sanderson putting New Mill ahead on 35 minutes before Dale Morgan equalised for Academicals five minutes later.
The second semi-final is at Barr Street tomorrow night (5.30).