Yeovil moved top of Coca-Cola League Two with a 4-2 win at home Shrewsbury, toppling S#horpe who lost 1-0 at Mansfield.
The Glovers had to come from behind for the victory with two goals in the last six minutes of a game which saw both teams reduced to 10 men. Darren
Way gave the home side the lead in the 34th minute but Jake Sedgemore levelled the score from the penalty spot after 64 minutes. Yeovil had Colin
Miles sent off in the 72nd minute and David Edwards gave Shrewsbury the lead two minutes later. Luke Rodgers' red card in the 76th minute evened the
sides while Paul Terry's header levelled the scores two minutes later. Yeovil took the lead for the second time when Adrian Caceres scored in the 84th
minute while Kevin Gall made sure of the points with his side's fourth goal five minutes later. S#horpe's trip to Mansfield was less dramatic but more
disappointing as they were beaten by Adam Murray's goal after 19 minutes.
Swansea's promotion ambitions were lifted by a 2-0 win at Rushden with first half goals from Paul Connor (4) and Andy Robinson (22) enough for a
Fredy Eastwood (10, 84) scored twice and Nicky Nicolau (82) also netted as Southend won 3-1 at second bottom Kidderminster, who could only reply
through Chris Beardsley (79).
Northampton were beaten 3-1 at Bristol Rovers with goals from James Hunt (39), Christian Edwards (51) and Junior Agogo (90) securing victory for the
home side while the visitors could only reply through Eric Sabin (81).
Daryl McMahon scored his second goal four minutes into stoppage time to earn a 2-2 draw for Leyton Orient at Boston. McMahon had given his side the
lead after 32 minutes but goals from Andy Kirk (50) and Paul Ellender (88) had given the home side the lead.
Darlington stayed in contention for the play-offs with a 3-1 win at home to Macclesfield courtesy of goals from Clyde Wijnhard (26), (Neil Maddison
40) and Alun Armstrong (81). The visitors' goal cam from Jonathan Parkin (42).
Lincoln took a 1-0 win away from Chester after Simon Yeo had netted the only goal of the game in stoppage time.
Bottom side Cambridge are still looking for their first away win of the season following a 3-0 defeat at Grimsby. The home side were comfortable
winners thanks to goals from Thomas Pinault (34), Ronnie Bull (38) and Martin Gritton (90).
Rochdale managed to take a 0-0 draw from Notts County despite ending the game with nine men following red cards for Ernest Cooksey (45) and Gareth
Wycombe drew 1-1 at home to Cheltenham with Gavin Caines scoring the opener for the visitors after 37 minutes and Nathan Tyson replying for the
Bury drew 0-0 at home to Oxford.