League Two round-up
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Scunthorpe moved to the top of League Two after pinching a late winner at Bury.Scunthorpe United moved to the top of League Two after pinching a late winner at Bury.
After a fraught encounter, Michael Rankine popped up with a minute remaining to nick the points for The Iron at Gigg Lane.
Wycombe Wanderers lost their grasp on pole position after Andy Robinson's 14th minute goal boosted Swansea City's promotion aspirations.
Yeovil Town were in imperious form at Huish Park as Phil Jevons' hat-trick propelled his side to a 6-1 thrashing of Oxford United.
Andrejs Stolcers scored either side of half time to put The Glovers in command before Jevons scored his first on 59 minutes.
He netted again ten minutes later before Mark E'Beyer reduced the deficit for The U's. Kevin Gall quickly restored the cushion and Jevons completed his treble on 79 minutes.
Macclesfield Town slipped to a 1-0 defeat at Kidderminster Harriers as Graham Potter's 80th minute dismissal for a professional foul was punished by Ritchie Appelby's penalty.
Grimsby Town picked up a much-needed victory at they beat Leyton Orient 2-0 at home. Jason Crowe broke the deadlock on 57 minutes and Thomas Pinault's last minute penalty wrapped up the win.
Craig Hignett made it two goals in two appearances as Darlington were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Northampton Town.
The recent recruit opened the scoring on 23 minutes but Steve Morison stole a point for the visitors on 53 minutes.
Southend United withstood a late fightback from Notts County to grind out a 2-1 victory at Meadow Lane.
Adam Barrett scored in each half to have The Shrimpers firmly in control but Glynn Hurst's 86th minute effort set up a grandstand finale.
Colin Larkin's (pictured) 85th minute strike secured Mansfield Town a home success over Rochdale while Kevin Braniff's effort on 31 minutes presented Rushden & Diamonds with the points at home to Cheltenham Town.
Boston United twice came from behind to claim a draw at home to Shrewsbury Town, with all the goals coming in the first half.
Richard Logan's 25th minute goal put The Shrews ahead but Jason Lee restored parity on 31 minutes. Ben Smith fired the visitors back in front three minutes later but Andy Kirk completed the scoring on 42 minutes.
Bristol Rovers and Lincoln City shared a 0-0 draw while it was the same outcome at The Deva Stadium between Chester City and Cambridge United.