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Full-Time: Swindon Town 0-1 Leyton Orient

Full-Time: Swindon Town 0-1 Leyton Orient

Swindon hit the post, the bar, had an effort cleared off the line and couldn't prevent losing at home this afternoon.

It was a third minute strike from Jason Demetriou that condemend Swindon to defeat days after the outstanding win at Brighton.

Despite constant pressure Swindon were unable to break a hard working Orient defence.

Swindon must now travel all the way to Carlisle next Saturday and pick up at least a point.



b>Bottom of the Table

16. Yeovil Town - P42/49pts

7. SWINDON TOWN - P43/48pts

8. Hartlepool United - P43/47pts

9. Crewe Alexandra - P43/46pts

0. Carlisle United - P43/45pts

1. Northampton Town - P41/42pts

2. Brighon & Hove Albion - P42/42pts

3. Cheltenham Town - P42/35pts

4. Hereford United - P42/33pts



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Date:Monday April 13 2009
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