Malpas' Robins edge~out Lions

Millwall's Danny Senda scored his first goal of the season but it was not enough as the Lions suffered a 2-1 defeat at Swindon's County Ground.

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Senda: Netted the opener

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The defender gave the visitors the lead in the seventh minute but the home side drew level just after the half-hour when skipper Paul Robinson conceded a penalty after his brought down Swindon's Michael Timlin and Simon Cox converted the spot-kick.

But on the stroke of half-time, Senda's game came to an end after falling awkwardly and was carried off with a suspected dislocated knee.

Swindon's winner came in the 50th minute with a long-range shot from Anthony McNamee from long range which was deflected inside a post by substitute Richard Shaw.

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