Two Review - October 19th

Last updated : 19 October 2009 By Deano
AFC Bournemouth remain in pole position with their first win in October as Hollands headed the only goal of the game, in the 76th minute, against Accrington Stanley at the Crown Ground. Accrington Stanley 14th, AFC Bournemouth 1st.

Dagenham & Redbridge edged Bradford City at Victoria Road as the Essex side claimed a 2-1 win, their 6th at home this season. Benson gave the Daggers a 8th minute lead, with Flynn levelling in the 18th minute. Ogogo scored the winner in the 72nd minute. Dagenham & Redbridge 2nd, Bradford City 13th.

Rochdale almost claimed top-spot, but they are in the automatic promotion places following a 2-0 win at Blundell Park against Grimsby Town. Rundle (24th minute) and O'Grady (85th minute) gave Dale a comfortable win. Grimsby Town 23rd, Rochdale 3rd.

Rotherham United (4th) hung on for a 0-0 draw with ten men against high spending Notts County (5th) at the Don Valley Stadium.

Aldershot Town slipped to their first home defeat of the season, unevenly sharing 5-goals at The Recreation Ground against Bury. Winfield had given the home side a 9th minute lead, with Barry-Murphy levelling in the 39th minute. Soares restored the advantage for the Shots in the 71st minute only for Dawson to level in the 74th minute and Sodje scoring the winner in the 76th minute. Aldershot Town 6th, Bury 11th.

For the first time this season, Darlington claimed three points as they won 2-1 against Shrewsbury Town at The Arena. Neal gave the Shrews a 2nd minute lead, only to see Devitt levell in the 26th minute and Thomas scoring what proved to be the all important winner in the 56th minute. Darlington 24th, Shrewsbury Town 7th.

Burton Albion claimed a 2-0 win against Barnet at The Pirelli Stadium. Maghoma opened the scoring in the 8th minute, with Austin putting the result beyond doubt in the 78th minute. Burton Albion 8th, Barnet 9th.

Chesterfield lost their 5th away
game of the season as they went down at Edgar Street against Hereford United. Valentine scored the only goal of the game in the 58th minute. Hereford United 18th, Chesterfield 10th.

Port Vale claimed local bragging rights over relative neighbours Crewe Alexandra at Gresty Road. Miller gave the Railwaymen the lead in the 34th minute, with Richards levelling on the stroke of half time. Taylor scored the winner for Vale in the 80th minute. Crewe Alexandra 16th, Port Vale 12th.

Cheltenham Town are rapidly spiralling downwards, not helped with a 2-1 home defeat against Macclesfield at Whaddon Road on Friday night. Sappleton gave the Silkmen a 27th minute lead, with Rooney doubling the advantage in the 43rd minute. Hammond netted a consolation in the 69th minute for the home side. Cheltenham Town 20th, Macclesfield 15th.

Northampton Town relieved some of the pressure on themselves with a 1-0 win over Lincoln City as Guinan scored the only goal of the game in the 72nd minute. Northampton Town 17th, Lincoln City 19th.

Finally, a potential early relegation six pointer between Torquay United and Morecambe at Plainmoor saw honours even. Wroe had given the Devon side a 19th minute lead from the penalty spot. Duffy levelled in the 24th minute for the visitors, with Mullin giving the Shrimps a 47th minute lead. A share of the spoils was ensured when Carlisle levelled for the home side in the 54th minute. Torquay United 22nd, Morecambe 21st.

Coca-Cola League Two
Accrington Stanley(0)0Bournemouth(0)11,858
Aldershot Town(1)2Bury(1)33,196
Burton Albion(1)2Barnet(0)02,935
Crewe Alexandra(1)1Port Vale(1)26,943
Dagenham & Redbridge(1)2Bradford City(1)12,446
Darlington(1)2Shrewsbury Town(1)11,958
Grimsby Town(0)0Rochdale(1)23,754
Hereford United(0)1Chesterfield(0)02,574
Northampton Town(0)1Lincoln City(0)04,341
Rotherham United(0)0Notts. County(0)05,738
Torquay United(1)2Morecambe(1)22,614

Friday, 16th October 2009
Coca-Cola League Two
Cheltenham Town(0)1Macclesfield Town(2)22,930

Latest match Saturday,
17th October 2009
1Bournemouth 13501834129591317828+9
2Dagenham & Redbridge 1361020622258832251427+11
3Rochdale 13501124322118823231226+11
4Rotherham United 13430103312109742201225+8
5Notts. County 13420196223106643291222+17
6Aldershot Town 13421191021356634241621+8
7Shrewsbury Town 133121053221112634211721+4
8Burton Albion 1341212822277634191521+4
9Barnet 13420124214610634181421+4
10Chesterfield 13510125115513625171820-1
11Bury 1311449511129625161820-2
12Port Vale 132318423279463151318+2
13Bradford City 13222862321216454202217-2
14Accrington Stanley 13403131111459517182016-2
15Macclesfield Town 13213610232810445142016-6
16Crewe Alexandra 1320510133031110508212315-2
17Northampton Town 13322108114914436192215-3
18Hereford United 13331108033611364161915-3
19Lincoln City 133035720541050891715-8
20Cheltenham Town 131331113222510355162314-7
21Morecambe 13150109043715193172412-7
22Torquay United 1313379114913247162210-6
23Grimsby Town 13115513204612319112510-14
24Darlington 131153901531212106215-15
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