Yeovil missed the chance to go top of Coca-Cola League Two after late goals gave Rushden & Diamonds victory at Nene Park.
Rushden, who are battling to avoid relegation, grabbed a vital three points after Stuart Gray opened the scoring with eight minutes remaining in the
match. William Sharp scored a second in the 88th minute to ensure the 2-0 victory and deny Gary Johnson's side a place at the summit, with Southend
top after Friday night's win against Bristol Rovers.
Wycombe's play-off hopes were boosted after Nathan Tyson smashed in a hat-trick against Kidderminster at the Causeway Stadium. The forward opened the
scoring after 25 minutes and doubled the lead 11 minutes later. He completed his treble - and the 3-0 win - in the 67th minute.
Swansea moved into third after a 3-0 win against Cambridge at the Vetch Field. Andy Robinson opened the scoring after 66 minutes and a late brace from
striker Lee Trundle sealed the points. Cambridge remain at the foot of the table.
The Swans moved up a place as S#horpe could only manage a goalless draw against Mansfield at Glanford Park.
Lincoln's play-off hopes were dented after a 1-0 defeat against Notts County, with Julien Baudet grabbing the winner from the penalty spot four
minutes before half-time at Meadow Lane. The hosts had to play with 10 men for much of the second half after Scott Oakes was dismissed for two
Promotion hopefuls Northampton conceded a dramatic late goal that sent them crashing to defeat against Leyton Orient at Brisbane Road. The Cobblers
were 2-0 down to goals from John Mackie and Lee Steele, but Andy Kirk and Ashley Westwood both struck to level matters. With seconds remaining Steele
scored the winner to give the O's full points.
Clyde Wijnhard scored a penalty with 14 minutes remaining to give Darlington a 1-0 win over Chester, who had Phil Bolland sent off in the final
Mansfield beat Grimsby 2-0 at Field Mill with goals coming from Adam Rundle and Simon Brown.
Shrewsbury eased away from relegation trouble with a 3-0 win against Oxford at Gay Meadow. David Edwards broke the deadlock two minutes after the
interval, and Paul Wanless scored an own goal to double the lead. Luke Rodgers wrapped up the win with 19 minutes remaining.
Jason Lee scored twice for Boston as they beat Cheltenham 2-1. The veteran striker scored in the 15th minute and again with two minutes remaining.
Martin Devaney pulled one back from the penalty spot but the visitors could not find a leveller.
Bury and Rochdale could not break the deadlock at Gigg Lane, with the point not helping Dale chase promotion or the Shakers move away from relegation