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Newz Forum: SOCCER: Coca-Cola League Two weekend results 13/03/06

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posted on Mar, 12 2006 @ 05:17 PM
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Wycombe moved level on points with leaders Carlisle following their 2-0 victory over Shrewsbury. Matt Bloomfield drilled in the opener at the Causeway Stadium after 15 minutes, with Russell Martin sealing the points in the second half.
 

Grimsby maintained their title challenge with a 3-0 win over Barnet at Blundell Park, with Gary Jones scoring twice in two minutes just before half-time. Paul Bolland added the third to keep the Mariners within a point of the top two.

Leyton Orient moved up to fourth after their 1-0 win over Cheltenham at Brisbane Road, with Paul Connor's volley the only goal of the game.

Peterborough, however, lost ground on the chasing pack with their defeat to Torquay.

Tony Bedeau scored the winner for the hosts at Plainmoor, with the Gulls moving off the foot of the table after Rushden could only draw at Lincoln. Barry Hunter's men were on course for victory at Sincil Bank when substitutes John Turner and Simeon Jackson cancelled out Simon Yeo's opener but Jamie McCombe headed in a leveller in stoppage time.

Steve Scoffham scored a late winner for Notts County at Bristol Rovers after Daniel Chillingworth's opener for the visitors was cancelled out by Lewis Haldane.

Shelton Martis scored the winner for Darlington in the 1-0 win against Chester, with the Quakers having Clark Keltie dismissed.

Rochdale recorded a 3-1 win at Macclesfield, with Rory McArdle and Iyseden Christie establishing a lead either side of the break for the visitors. John Miles pulled one back but Richard Lambert sealed the points.

Mansfield thrashed Boston 5-0, with Richard Barker, Danny Reet, Gus Uhlenbeek and Simon Brown providing the goals, while Mark Greaves put through his own net.

Among the relegation-threatened teams, Stockport beat Oxford 2-1 at home after a late penalty from Adam Le Fondre. Tesfaye Bramble had opened the scoring for the hosts before Tim Sills levelled.

Bury earned a point with goalless draw at Wrexham.

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