League Two round-up: Luton thrash Swindon to stay top
By PA Sport
Last Updated: 26/12/17 6:02pm
Free-scoring Luton thumped Swindon 5-0 at the County Ground to maintain a four-point lead at the top of Sky Bet League Two.
After a goalless first half, James Collins' superb curling effort put the Hatters 1-0 ahead shortly after the restart and they quickly doubled their lead through Danny Hylton's 15th goal of the season - a neat header from Dan Potts' cross.
Swindon's misery was compounded when Matt Taylor put through his own goal and shortly afterwards Harry Cornick drilled a shot into the bottom corner after a strong run to make it four.
Elliot Lee curled in a fifth goal after superb build-up play from Collins to make it nine goals without reply in three straight wins for Nathan Jones' men.
The Magpies went ahead in the 13th minute when Lewis Alessandra crossed for Jorge Grant to fire home and the former doubled the advantage eight minutes later with a fierce drive.
Grant's second of the game made it three, while Alessandra capped a fine display with his second from close range, before Callum Laing scored a late consolation for Morecambe.
Harry Anderson's sixth goal of the season opened the scoring and after Matt Green made it two with a well-taken volley, Josh Ginnelly secured the victory by slotting in the rebound from his own saved shot.
They opened the scoring with a well-worked goal from Nathan Tyson on the quarter-hour as Ebere Eze's back-heel played in Luke O'Nien and he laid the ball off for Tyson to slot home.
Adebayo Akinfenwa's 12th goal of the campaign sealed victory for the Chairboys, with Joss Labadie's late dismissal compounding Newport's misery.
Exeter's clash with Forest Green was abandoned at half-time due to the torrential rain in Devon.
Goals from Omar Sowunmi and Jordan Green earned Yeovil only their second away win of the season, 2-0 at Cheltenham.
Mitch Rose had opened the scoring for the Mariners against his former club in the 10th minute, but Angol levelled 10 minutes from time.
Danny Grainger scored Carlisle's third goal in a 3-1 win over Accrington.
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