Carlisle 3 Swansea 1

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Carlisle capitalised on Swansea’s trauma after the departure of manager Colin Addison and assistant Peter Nicholas by inflicting a 3-1 defeat at Brunton Park.

But they suffered trauma of their own when Steve Soley was taken off with a broken toe.

The Cumbrians went ahead after five minutes when Ian Stevens drilled the ball home from 15 yards after good work by Steve Soley.

They doubled their lead after 19 minutes when Brendan McGill and Peter Murphy combined to set up Stuart Whitehead who headed the ball home from eight yards.

Substitute Johnny Allan added the third following a solo run before Swansea substitute Steve Brodie headed home a consolation with 10 minutes left.

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