Two Review - Feb 17th

Last updated : 17 February 2009 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator
Wycombe Wanderers got back to winning ways after a recent slump with a single goal victory over Dagenham & Redbridge at Victoria Road. Pittman scored the only goal of the game in the 50th minute. Dagenham & Redbridge 9th, Wycombe Wanderers 2nd.

Shrewsbury Town recorded their 13th home League win of the season with a 1-0 win over local rivals Chester City at the New Meadow. Walker scored the only goal of the game in the 57th minute. Shrewsbury Town 4th, Chester City 20th.

Rochdale couldn't quite hold out for a win, that would have lifted them in to the automatic promotion places against Morecambe at Spotland. Buckley gave Dale a 50th minute lead, with Twiss levelling in the 91st minute of time. Rochdale 5th, Morecambe 13th.

Gillingham and Aldershot Town battled their way to share the points in an 8-goal thriller at Priestfield. Lindegaard gave the Shots a 20th minute lead, with Weston levelling a minute later. McCammon gave the Gills the lead in the 49th minute, with Barcham extending the advantage in the 55th minute. To their credit Aldershot hit back through Morgan in the 57th minute, a Bentley own goal in the 61st minute, and then regained the lead through Sandell in the 66th minute. Honours were eventually shared after Miller levelled from the penalty spot in the 72nd minute. Gillingham 10th, Aldershot Town 14th.

A mid-table scrap at Moss Rose between Macclesfield and draw specialists Notts County, predictably saw honours even between the two. Yeo gave the Silkmen a 26th minute lead, only for Hamshaw level in the 72nd minute. Macclesfield 16th, Notts County 15th.

The game between Bradford City (6th) and Darlington (8th) at Valley Parade finished 0-0.

Although not League Two action, but congratulations to Luton Town who won through in the JP Trophy Southern Area Final against Brighton & Hove Albion at Kenilworth Road. Craddock gave the Hatters a 2nd minute lead, with Forster levelling in the 20th minute. The Seagulls had to see out the second half with 10-men after Livermore was sent off. The Hatters won through 4-3 after a penalty shoot out to set up a Wembley final against Scunthorpe United. This could be the first time a League side has appeared in a Wembley final AND been relegated from the Football League.