Release Date: Feb 10, 2013
LINFIELD came from behind at Stangmore Park to stretch their unbeaten league run to 13 games.
Michael Carvill might have opened the scoring for the visitors after a quarter-of-an-hour with a low drilled effort from the edge of the box which struck the base of an upright.
Ryan Harpur fired the Swifts into a 19th minute lead when he pounced on the loose ball after Linfield 'keeper Ross Glendinning had deflected a Matt Hazley shot into his path.
But the Blues hit back six minutes later through Brian McCaul after he connected with a Carvill cross at the far post.
Matt Tipton almost edged Linfield in front a couple of minutes after that when he found himself bearing down on Swifts 'keeper Jonathan Curran only to finish weakly.
However, two goals in three minutes midway through the second half ensured the points would travel back to Belfast.
First, on 68 minutes, Gary Browne followed up after a Billy Joe Burns shot had been parried by Curran.
Then, three minutes later, Browne turned provider when his cross to the back post was knocked home by Philip Lowry.
Swifts old boy completed the scoring on 88 minutes after getting on the end of a Jamie Mulgrew pass to turn the ball beyond Curran.