Dagenham & Redbridge left it late to salvage a point against Port Vale at Victoria Road. Dodds had given Vale a 38th minute lead before Scott equalised in the 88th minute. Dagenham & Redbridge 3rd, Port Vale 13th.
Notts County also left it late to salvage a point against Shrewsbury Town at Meadow Lane. Devitt gave the Shrews a 30th minute lead, with Lee levelling with 5 minutes to go. Notts County 4th, Shrewsbury Town 7th.
Chesterfield won by a single goal against Barnet at Saltergate as Boden scored the only goal of the game in the 64th minute. Chesterfield 5th, Barnet 8th.
Bradford City had to come from behind to claim a share of the spoils against Macclesfield at Moss Rose. Daniel gave the Silkmen a 4th minute lead, with Bencherif doubling the advantage in the 41st minute. Hanson pulled one back for City in the 58th minute, with Williams completing the comeback in the 66th minute. Macclesfield 18th, Bradford City 12th.
Grimsby Town left it very late to claim a point against Accrington Stanley on Friday evening at Blundell Park. King gave Stanley a 5th minute lead, with Forbes levelling 9 minutes later. An Edwards penalty restored Stanley's advantage in the 68th minute only to see Conlon salvage a point in the fifth minute of added time. Grimsby Town 23rd, Accrington Stanley 14th.
Cheltenham Town look as if they are going to have a long hard season ahead of them following their 4th home defeat of the season - a 4-0 thumping issued by Crewe Alexandra at Whaddon Road. Zola (29th min) and Schumacher (37th min) gave the Railwaymen a 2-goal lead at the break. Shalley (69th min) and Zola with his second (73rd min) completed the rout. Cheltenham Town 21st, Crewe Alexandra 15th.
Torquay United gave themselves a three point cushion at the foot of League Two as they claimed a 1-0 win over Northampton Town at Plainmoor. Hargreaves netted the only goal of the game in the 83rd minute to claim a vital win. Torquay United 22nd, Northampton Town 16th.
Hereford United got back to winning ways, this time over foot-of-the-table Darlington at Edgar Street in a 2-1 win. Lowe in the 41st minute and Jones in the 47th minute gave the home side a two goal advantage before Collins pulled one back in the 72nd minute. Hereford United 17th, Darlington 24th.
Morecambe also earned themselves a valuable boost at the foot of the table with a 3-1 win over Lincoln City at Christie Park. Drummond gave the home side a 19th minute lead, which was added to by a Jevons penalty in the 42nd minute. Mullin added a third in the 54th minute with Howe netting a consolation in the 79th minute. Morecambe 20th, Lincoln City 19th.
Finally this week, The Millers(5th) and Aldershot Town (10th), and Burton Albion (11th) and Bury (9th), couldn't muster a goal between them.
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