League Two Review

Wycombe Wanderers hold a two point lead at the top of League Two after a 3-1 victory over Jimmy Quinn's Bournemouth at Adams Park. Matt Harold put Wanderers in front however The Cherries equalised through Danny Hollands. Chris Zebroski and Scott Mcgleish replied to seal the points. Second placed Bury squandered a three goal lead away to Aldershot, Andy Bishop bagged two and Paul Scott gave the Shakers a three goal lead early into the second half however the Shots fired back with three goals in ten minutes through Rob Elvins, Scott Davies & Daniel Hylton.

Shrewsbury maintain third place with a useful point at Darlington. It was the Quakers however who took the lead through an Alan White header. Shrewsbury came back through loan midfielder Sean Thornton in the 71st minute. Brentford continue their fine form with a win over Macclesfield, the Bees currently eight matches unbeaten had to thank Charlie Macdonald for the only goal of the game and place them fourth in the table.

Great result for Dagenham & Redbridge away to Rochdale, Paul Benson opened the scoring for the Daggers in the first half and then they doubled through Matt Ritchie in the second period. 13083 saw Bradford & Luton share the spoils at Valley Parade, it was Bradford who took the lead though Barry Conlon after Paul Heckingbottom had been sent of for the Bantams. A Late header by Michael Spillane rescued a point for The Hatters.

Exeter were convincing in their victory over Gillingham, Adam Stansfield (2) and a Richard Logan goal were enough to send City seventh. Port Vale continued their poor form with a home loss to Notts County, The Magpies opened the scoring through Jamie Forrester but it was Vale who came back with a strike from Luke Rodgers however Miles Weston ensured the three points went County's way.

Our point at Morecambe kept us hovering in thirteenth with the Shrimpers four places below. Janos Kovacs inspired Lincoln to three points at today's visitors Chester. The Former Spireite headed the opener and Adrian Patulea wrapped it up for the Imps. Barnet won their first home game of the season by defeating Accrington at Underhill. Ishmail Yakubu grabbed the winner fifteen minutes from time against ten man Stanley. Big Breakthrough for the Millers as they obtained positive points after thrashing Manager-less Grimsby 4-1. The Mariners had the nerve to take the lead at Don Valley through Danny Boshall but it was the Millers who came back with goals from Reuben Reid, Mark Hudson, Mickey Cummins and new signing Ritchie Barker returned to Rotherham well Sheffield to grab a fourth for the Millers. Grimsby & Tottenham Hotspur remain the only sides not to record a League win this season.