Two Review - Sept 6th

Last updated : 08 September 2008 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator
Wycombe Wanderers take charge at the top of League Two as they maintained their 100% winning start away from home. Their 3rd win on the road came thanks to a Zebroski goal in the 31st minute at Spotland against Rochdale. Rochdale 14th, Wycombe Wanderers 1st.

Bradford City climbed to 2nd spot following a 2-0 win over relegated Port Vale at Vale Park. Bullock in the 17th minute, and Thorne in the 76th minute allowed City to claim all 3-points. Port Vale 10th, Bradford City 2nd.

Chester City were unable to hold on to the lead Mozika gave to them in the 38th minute against Bury at the Deva Stadium as Bishop netted from the penalty spot in the 49th minute. Chester City 18th, Bury 3rd.

Brentford climbed in to the play-off places with a 2-1 win over Dagenham & Redbridge at Griffin Park. Elder (23rd min) and MacDonald (34th min) gave the SW Londoners a 2-0 half time lead. Saunders pulled one back in the 50th minute, but it was not enough even after O'Connor was sent off in the 77th minute. Brentford 6th, Dagenham & Redbridge 4th.

Shrewsbury Town slipped to a surprise defeat to Morcambe at Christie Park. Howe scored the only goal of the game to give Morcambe their first win, and their first goal of the new season. Morcambe 17th, Shewsbury Town 5th.

Gillingham seem to have adjusted to life in the basement division as they climbed in to the play-off places following a convincing 3-0 win over Grimsby Town at Priestfield. Jackson gave the home side a 1-0 half time lead with a strike in the 34th minute. McCammon and Daniels added to the tally with goals in the 70th and 89th minutes. Gillingham 7th, Grimsby Town 20th.

Aldershot Town continue to thrive in League Two as they saw off Darlington at The Recreation Ground. Morgan and Soares gave the phoenix club a 2-0 lead with goals in the 7th and 27th minutes. Hulbert claimed one back in first half injury time, but it was not enough to claim a point. Aldershot Town 8th, Darlington 13th.

Chesterfield claimed a 94th minute winner through Goodall to claim the points against Rotherham United at Saltergate. Chesterfield 9th, Rotherham United 22nd.

Exeter City claimed their first home win back in the Football League with a 2-1 win over Accrington Stanley at St James's Park. Clarke had given the visitors an 11th minute lead, but saw Gill scored deep in to first half injury time, and then Watson claim a 68th minute winner. Exeter City 11th, Accrington Stanley 12th.

Notts County had to settle for their 4th draw in their opening 5 League matches as they were held by AFC Bournemouth at Meadow Lane. Forrester gave the home side a 12th minute lead, only for Pitman to level in the 19th minute. Notts County 15th, AFC Bournemouth 23rd.

Lincoln City recorded their first win of the new campaign with a 2-0 victory over struggling Barnet at Sincil Bank. N'Guessan opened the scoring in the 74th minute, with Patulea securing all 3-points in the 87th minute. Lincoln City 16th, Barnet 21st.

Macclesfield also recorded their first win of the season, coming at the expense of Luton Town at Moss Rose. Yeo gave the home side the lead in the 12th minute. Morgan doubled the advantage in the 61st minute, with Charles netting a consolation in the 93rd minute. Macclesfield 19th, Luton Town 24th.