S#horpe retained their two-point lead at the top of Coca-Cola League Two, drawing 1-1 with second-placed Leyton Orient.
Two goals in as many minutes were the highlight of the match, Andrew Scott breaking the deadlock after 51 minutes before Steve Torpey hit back almost
immediately for the visitors, who also had defender Nathan Stanton sent off.
Swansea remain in third after coming from behind to draw - also 1-1 - at Grimsby. Colin Cramb found a way through after 56 minutes to put the Mariners
ahead but twinkle-toed Lee Trundle brought the Welsh side level with a penalty 70 minutes into the game.
Bristol Rovers produced a stunning late comeback which earned them a 2-2 draw at Boston. Rovers goalkeeper Kevin Miller handed Boston the lead,
deflecting a corner into his own net after 68 minutes. And when Andy Kirk doubled the home side's advantage, it looked worrying for the Pirates. But
Jamie Forrester struck with two minutes left before Junior Agogo pounced to score his 11th goal of the season to even things up and salvage a point
for Rovers, who slip to fifth.
In the battle at the bottom, Kidderminster's season went from bad to worse as Shrewsbury beat the only team above them 1-0 at Aggborough. Ryan Lowe
pounced eight minutes from time to leave Harriers still at the bottom, while the Shrews move up a place to 22nd.
Yeovil rose four places to fourth with a 4-1 victory at home to Chester. Phil Jevons scored his 10th, 11th and 12th goals of the season with a
hat-trick which included two penalties at Huish Park. His spot-kicks after 25 and 66 minutes put the Glovers 2-0 up, with Adrian Caceres also
notching, after 56 minutes. Daryl Clare pulled one back after 73 minutes, before Jevons' goal from open play in the closing stages.
Rushden and Diamonds had scored just three goals in their seven home league games prior to the clash against Notts County - but they found goals
easier to come by as they ran out 5-1 winners. Drewe Broughton scored a hat-trick and Craig Dove managed one either side of half time, with David Pipe
grabbing the consolation for the Magpies after 55.
Northampton limped to a 2-1 loss at Southend with goals from Mark Gower and Wayne Gray putting them to the sword. Eric Sabin's effort three minutes
from time proved insignificant as the Shrimpers held on.
Oxford's miserable recent run ended as a single goal by Tommy Mooney handed them a 1-0 home win over Cheltenham.
And Rochdale's poor form was also forgotten as Grant Holt, Ernest Cooksey and Gary Jones helped them to a 3-0 romp against in-form Macclesfield at
Darlington beat fast-fading Wycombe 1-0 thanks to Clyde Wijnhard's penalty in the first half, while Francis Green's 73rd-minute goal for Lincoln
secured a valuable 1-0 victory at Cambridge.
Eighth-placed Mansfield and 10th-placed Bury cancelled each other out in a 0-0 stalemate.