Two Review - Nov 15th

Last updated : 16 November 2008 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator
Darlington maintained their recent fine run of form with a 2-0 home win over Lincoln City at The Arena. Hatch netted just after half time, with Foran ensuring that the points remained at home with a 90th minute strike. Darlington 1st, Lincoln City 12th.

Wycombe Wanderers are hot on Darlo's heals following a 1-0 win over Bradford City at Adams Park. Hunt netted the only goal of the game in the 70th minute. Wycombe Wanderers 2nd, Bradford City 6th.

Shrewsbury Town managed to hold on to a draw in their 2-2 encounter against Chesterfield at Saltergate. Holt gave the Shrews the lead deep in to first half injury time as well as adding a 2nd in the 54th minute. Currie pulled one back in the 67th minute with Ward converting a 72nd minute penalty to ensure a share of the spoils. Chesterfield 11th, Shrewsbury Town 3rd.

Rochdale had to settle for a point against Macclesfield at Spotland. Rundle gave the home side a 66th minute lead, but saw that cancelled out when Brown netted the equaliser in the 81st minute. Rochdale 4th, Macclesfield 18th.

Brentford secured an impressive 3-0 over over Port Vale at Vale Park. Osborne opened the scoring in the 2nd minute of added time at the end of the first half, which was added to by Bean in the 67th minute and MacDonald in the 92nd minute. Port Vale 14th, Brentford 5th.

They might have been showing automatic promotion form of late, but Rotherham United were brought back down to earth by Gillingham at Priestfield as the Kent side secured a 4-0 win. King got the Gills off to a good start in the 6th minute, which is how it stayed until the 2nd half when Miller (58th min), Richards (78th min), Cumbers (88th min) completed the scoring. Gillingham 7th, Rotherham United 21st.

Aldershot Town arrested the slump they've had in recent weeks with a 1-0 win over Exeter City at The Recreation Ground. Grant scored the only goal of the game in the 53rd minute. Aldershot Town 13th, Exeter City 8th.

For the first time this season Grimsby Town managed to chalk up their first win of the campaign, with a 2-0 victory over Bury at Gigg Lane to ease any relegation fears. Trotter and and Jarman netted in the 17th and 22nd minutes respectively. Bury 9th, Grimsby Town 22nd.

Dagenham & Redbridge came unstuck against Luton Town at Kenilworth Road as the League bottom club edge a little closer to wiping out their 30-point deficit. Davis gave the Hatters a 7th minute lead, with Okuonghae levelling in the 33rd minute. McVeigh scored what proved to be the winner in the 41st minute. Luton Town 24th, Dagenham & Redbridge 10th.

Notts County chalked up their biggest win of the season so far with a 4-0 thumping of Barnet at Underhill. All the goals came in the first half as Butcher (7th min), and then a Forte hat trick (14th, 32nd and 45th min) ensured that the points were taken back to the east Midlands. Barnet 20th, Notts County 15th.

Accrington Stanley made light work of AFC Bournemouth at Livingstone Road, wrapping 3-points up in the first 20 minutes as Mullin (3rd min), Gornell (13th min) and Griffiths (20th min) made sure that the points remained up north, denying the Cherries a chance to get back to zero points. Accrington Stanley 16th, AFC Bournemouth 23rd.

Chester City, with Mark Wright in charge (again), came unstack at home to Morecambe at the Deva Stadium. Stanley (32nd min) and Howe (56th min pen) have the visitors a 2-goal cushion, before Johnson pulled one back in the 60th minute. City were unable to complete the comeback to find an equaliser. Chester City 19th, Morecambe 17th.