posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 03:07 PM
Wycombe extended their lead at the top of Coca-Cola League Two by a point - but they needed an 89th-minute goal to salvage a 1-1 draw at home to lowly
Matthew Hamshaw (38) had put the Hatters ahead but Ian Stonebridge rescued the leaders.
That, combined with victories for Torquay and Rushden, dropped Stockport back to the foot of the table.
Torquay's 1-0 victory at Shrewsbury came courtesy of Paul Robinson, while two goals for Marcus Kelly and another for Philip Gulliver all inside the
first 22 minutes gave Rushden a win over Oxford.
Grimsby's 2-1 home defeat to Peterborough prevented them going top of the table, despite taking a 29th-minute lead through Michael Reddy. That
advantage lasted mere seconds as Peter Gain hit back and Danny Crow (71) ensured Posh picked up all three points.
Northampton took advantage of Leyton Orient's FA Cup exploits to go third after an own goal from Andy Parrish and one from Andy Kirk gave them a 2-0
victory at Bury, who had Nathan Jarman sent off for violent conduct on the stroke of half-time.
Darlington moved up a place to sixth after Kyle Lafferty, Shelton Martis, Matthew Clarke and Akpo Sodje inflicted a 4-0 hammering on Mansfield.
Notts County edged up to ninth after penalties from Julien Baudet (66) and Eugene Dadi (85) - the second seeing David Artell dismissed for a
professional foul - gave them a win at Chester.
Lincoln substitute Gary Birch (73) scored the only goal to beat Bristol Rovers at Sincil Bank, while county rivals Boston were held 1-1 at Rochdale
after Pilgrims striker James Keene's eighth-minute goal was cancelled out by Gareth Griffiths (30).
[Edited on 28/1/06 by TRD]