January 26, 2013
Teenage kicks wreck Hawley return
|Carlisle United||Scunthorpe United|
|20 Mark Gillespie||1 Sam Slocombe|
|23 Sean O'Hanlon||6 Paul Reid|
|5 Danny Livesey||21 Tom Newey|
|3 Matty Robson||3 Callum Kennedy|
|2 Frank Simek||15 Niall Canavan|
|7 Andrew Welsh||19 Michael Collins|
|4 Jon-Paul McGovern||16 Mark Duffy|
|21 James Berrett||7 James Ryan|
|8 Liam Noble||22 Karl Hawley|
|16 Brad Potts||9 Akpo Sodje|
|14 Lee Miller||11 Andy Barcham|
|1 Adam Collin||James Severn 13|
|12 Paul Thirlwell||David Mirfin 5|
|18 Josh Todd||Callum Howe 20|
|19 David Symington||Mike Grella 10|
|11 Danny Cadamarteri||Matt Godden 17|
|9 Rory Loy||Jamie Wootton 24|
|17 Mark Beck||Hakeeb Adelakun 28|
|Mark Beck for Liam Noble (66)||Mike Grella for Mark Duffy (89)|
|David Symington for Jon-Paul McGovern (73)||David Mirfin for Andy Barcham (90)|
|Tom Newey (87)|
|· Squads: Carlisle United | Scunthorpe United|
Former Carlisle striker Karl Hawley gave Scunthorpe a second-half lead at Brunton Park only for substitute David Symington to grab a 1-1 draw for Carlisle with a spectacular late free-kick.
Hawley had Scunthorpe's best chance of the first half when he battled his way past Matty Robson to create a shooting position as he closed in on goal, but his effort flew harmlessly wide.
Goalmouth action was limited in a scrappy game although Jimmy Ryan's first-time shot from Mark Duffy's free-kick and a powerful Tom Newey header from another Duffy set-piece had the Carlisle defence under threat.
Carlisle found it hard to prise open a tight Iron rearguard although Andy Welsh, making his first start of the season, produced one promising break only to finish weakly with a low shot straight at goalkeeper Sam Slocombe.
The home side started the second half with greater energy and Sean O'Hanlon's header tested Slocombe, but it was Scunthorpe who took a 52nd-minute lead when Newey made progress on the right before drilling a low ball across the six yard box where Hawley was on hand to apply the finish.
Carlisle's teenage substitute Symington had only been on the pitch three minutes when he drew Carlisle level with a blistering 30-yard free-kick, which gave Slocombe no chance as it tore into the roof of the net.