Two Review - Dec 6th
Shrewsbury Town took advantage of slips and postponements elsewhere with a 1-0 win over Rotherham United at The New Meadow. Holt scored the only goal of the game in the 72nd minute. Shrewsbury Town 2nd, Rotherham United 21st.
Bradford City had to be content with a share of the spoils against play-off chasing Dagenham & Redbridge at Valley Parade. Boulding gave City a 62nd minute lead, with Ritchie levelling 11 minutes later. Bradford City 3rd, Dagenham & Redbridge 11th.
Bury had to be content with a point as well, as they drew 1-1 with Macclesfield at Moss Rose. Gritton gave the Silk Men a 6th minute lead, with Dawson levelling in the 8th minute. Macclesfield 16th, Bury 5th.
Exeter City left it late to claim 3-points against Lincoln City at St James's Park. John-Lewis gave the Imps a 51st minute lead. But this seemed to spur the Grecians in to life as McAllister levelled in the 75th minute with Moxey scoring the winner in the 92nd minute. Exeter City 6th, Lincoln City 13th.
Gillingham are nicely tucked in behind the play-off places following a 2-1 win over Chesterfield at Priestfield. Miller gave the home side an 18th minute lead, with Jackson scoring on the stroke of half time. Lester pulled one back on the hour, but it wasn't enough to salvage a point. Chesterfield did win the yellow card count 6-2! Gillingham 9th, Chesterfield 12th.
Port Vale put recent off the field troubles behind them with a 2-1 win over struggling Grimsby Town at Vale Park. Richards gave Vale a 28th minute lead. Proudlock levelled in the 85th minute only to see Richman score the winner in the 88th minute. Port Vale 14th, Grimsby Town 22nd.
Notts County won by a single goal against Morcambe at Meadow Lane. Canham scored the only goal of the game on the stroke of half time. Notts County 15th, Morcambe 18th.
The script was written at Dean Court for Anderton's last match in a red and black shirt for AFC Bournemouth against Chester City. In the 88th minute the experienced Anderton struck from distance to set up the Cherries win, and to push the home side in to plus points! AFC Bournemouth 23rd, Chester City 19th.
Luton Town are making a fight of it at the bottom of League Two as they saw off Barnet with a 3-1 win at Kenilworth Road. McVeigh (11th min) and Martin (15th min) gave the home side a 2-goal lead before Ogogo pulled one back 5 minutes before the break. An own goal from Townsend with 2 minutes to go killed off any hopes the Bees had of snatching a point from the game. Luton Town 24th, Barnet 20th.
The games involving Accrington Stanley (17th) and Brentford (8th) and Darlington (4th) and Rochdale (7th) were called off due to the weather.