League Two round-up
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Scunthorpe United remain two points clear at the top of League Two.Scunthorpe United remain two points clear at the top of League Two after they played out a 1-1 draw with second placed Leyton Orient.
After a goalless first half The O's took the lead just moments into the second period when Andy Scott pounced.
The home side's joy was short-lived as just a minute later The Iron levelled through Steve Torpey (pictured).
Nathan Stanton was then dismissed just moments later for an off the ball incident, but Scunthorpe managed to hang on for a hard fought point.
Third placed Swansea City missed the chance to join Scunthorpe at the top as they drew 1-1 at Grimsby.
Colin Cramb put The Mariners ahead before Lee Trundle levelled 20 minutes from time from the penalty spot.
Yeovil Town moved into the top four with a comfortable 4-1 win over Chester at Huish Park.
Phil Jevons bagged a hat-trick for The Glovers (25 pen, 66 pen, 90) and Adrian Caceres grabbed the other, as Daryl Clare grabbed a sole consolation (73 pen) for Chester.
Bristol Rovers grabbed two goals in the last minute to grab a 2-2 draw at Boston United.
A Kevin Miller own goal (68) and an Andy Kirk strike looked to be good enough for The Pilgrims, but Jamie Forrester and Junior Agogo both pounced to secure a share of the spoils.
Macclesfield Town missed a chance to move into the top three as they suffered a 3-0 reversal at Rochdale.
Grant Holt (42), Ernie Cooksey (55) and Gary Jones (67) secured the points for Dale.
Southend moved into the play-off spots with a 2-1 win over Northampton at Roots Hall.
Mark Gower (27) and Wayne Gray (76) put Southend ahead and Eric Sabin grabbed a late goal for The Cobblers, but it was too little to late.
Bury and Mansfield both held up each others push for a play-off berth as they drew 0-0 at Field Mill.
Darlington moved into the top half of the table with a 1-0 home win over Wycombe.
Dutch striker Clyde Wijnhard sealed victory with a penalty after 35 minutes.
Oxford United manager Graham Rix relieved some of the pressure on him with a 1-0 win over Cheltenham.
Tommy Mooney bagged the winner with a goal on the stroke of half time.
Rushden secured a fantastic 5-1 victory over Notts County at Nene Park.
Drewe Broughton helped himself to a hat-trick (1, 11, 68 pen) and Craig Dove grabbed a brace (41 & 53).
David Pipe grabbed Notts County's sole effort.
Shrewsbury Town moved out of the relegation zone with a 1-0 win over bottom of the table Kidderminster.
Ryan Lowe's strike eight minutes from time was enough to take all three points for Town.
Francis Green's strike gave Lincoln a 1-0 win over Cambridge United.
The U's now find themselves in the bottom two, after the defeat.
Boston 2-2 Bristol Rovers
Cambridge 0-1 Lincoln
Darlington 1-0 Wycombe
Grimsby 1-1 Swansea
Kidderminster 0-1 Shrewsbury
Leyton Orient 1-1 Scunthorpe
Mansfield 0-0 Bury
Oxford 1-0 Cheltenham
Rochdale 3-0 Macclesfield
Rushden 5-1 Notts County
Southend 2-1 Northampton
Yeovil 4-1 Chester
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