Two Review - Oct 25th

Last updated : 27 October 2008 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator
Wycombe Wanderers left it late to claim all 3-points against Accrington Stanley at Livingstone Road. Zebroski popped up in the 90th minute to secure the win to keep the Chairboys top of the table. Accrington Stanley 16th, Wycombe Wanderers 1st.

Brentford and Shrewsbury Town battled out a 1-1 draw at Griffin Park. MacDonald gave the home side a 73rd minute lead, only to see Humphrey equalise in the 80th minute. Brentford 2nd, Shrewsbury Town 5th.

Exeter City claimed a single goal victory over Barnet at Underhill as Gill secured the win in the 72nd minute. Barnet 18th, Exeter City 3rd.

Bradford City compounded the misery for Grimsby Town, who are still waiting for their first win of the season. Daley gave the visitors a 7th minute lead, with Boulding doubling the advantage in the 32nd minute. Lee gave City a 3-0 lead in the 58th minute, leaving Trotter to score a mere consolation in the 65th minute. Grimsby Town 22nd, Bradford City 4th.

Darlington round off a miserable week for Dagenham & Redbridge at The Arena as the home side ran out 3-0 winners. A Hatch brace in the 5th and 55th minutes, plus a Kennedy strike in the 51st minute was more than enough to secure the win. Darlington 6th, Dagenham & Redbridge 9th.

Bury have slipped in the table as they lost at home for the 3rd time this season. Luton Town were able to profit with a 2-1 away win at Gigg Lane. Craddock and Cooper gave the Hatters a 2-goal going in at the break with strikes in the 35th and 44th minute. Bishop pulled one back from the penalty spot in the 53rd minute, but it wasn't enough. Bury 7th, Luton Town 24th.

Chester City have now conceded 20 goals away from home in their 7 matches away from the Deva Stadium. The latest coming at Gillingham where the home side ran out 2-0 winners at Priestfield. Two quick strikes from Barcham and Mills in the 72nd and 74th minutes secured the points for the Kent side. Gillingham 8th, Chester City 19th.

Rochdale seem to be back on track after a few dodgy results, running out 3-1 winners on Saturday. Rundle gave them the lead at Spotland against Aldershot Town in the 27th minute. Morgan levelled in the 66th minute. Any thoughts of the points being shared were snuffed out by Thompson in the 81st minute and Buckley in the 94th minute. Rochdale 10th, Aldershot Town 15th.

Lincoln City secured a single goal win over AFC Bournemouth at Dean Court. John-Lewis scored the only goal of the game in the 24th minute. AFC Bournemouth 23rd, Lincoln City 11th.

Chesterfield condemned Notts County to just their 2nd defeat of the season, with a 3-1 win st Saltergate. Ward gave the Spirites a 28th minute lead, which was added to by Goodall in the 57th minute. Facey pulled one back in the 60th minute, but any thoughts of a comeback were snuffed out by Harsley in the 91st minute. Chesterfield 12th, Notts County 14th.

Port Vale secured just their 2nd home of the campaign, with a 2-1 win over Morcambe at Vale Park. The goal action game in the final few minutes of the game as Rodgers gave the home side an 80th minute lead. Bentley levelled a minute later, leaving Richards to secure the win in the 94th minute. Port Vale 13th, Morcambe 20th.

It was only a matter of time when Rotherham United, who are producing automatic promotion form, would start making in roads in to the sides just above the drop zone at the bottom of League Two. Tonge gave the Millers a 5th minute lead at Moss Rose against Macclesfield. Nicholas doubled the advantage in the 91st minute, with Green netting a consolation in the 92nd minute. Macclesfield 17th, Rotherham United 21st.