League Two round-up
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Second placed Yeovil closed the gap on League Two leaders Scunthorpe.Yeovil closed the gap on League Two leaders Scunthorpe after their 4-1 win over Cheltenham.
Martin Devaney gave The Robins a shock lead at Huish Park after 17 minutes, but Kevin Gall (30) and Phil Jevons (pictured, 44) made sure they were winning at the interval.
The Glovers sealed an impressive win with late goals from new signing Arron Davies (80) and Paul Terry (86).
Scunthorpe allowed Yeovil to close the gap at the top to five points after they were held to a 1-1 draw at Chester.
Steve Torpey put The Iron ahead after just three minutes, but Kevin Ellison levelled (19) to seal a share of the spoils.
Swansea City kept up the pressure in third with a 5-1 win at bottom-of-the-table Kidderminster Harriers.
The Swans went ahead in the first minute as Paul Connor scored and then Izzy Iriekpen doubled their advantage just eight minutes later.
Gary Birch gave Kidderminster some hope when he pulled a goal back after 82 minutes, but Swansea then bagged three goals in the final minute - Andy Robinson (89 pen & 90) and Marc Goodfellow (90) - to seal victory.
Southend remain in fourth after they secured a 1-0 win at Wycombe, with Fredy Eastwood's (17) goal the difference between the two sides.
Macclesfield Town moved into fifth with their 0-0 draw at Grimsby, while Rochdale joined them in the play-off sports with a good 3-0 win at Darlington.
Taiwo Atieno (18) and Grant Holt (62 & 78) grabbed the goals.
Leyton Orient were held to a 1-1 draw by ten-man Bristol Rovers at The Memorial Stadium.
Robbie Ryan was dismissed for deliberate handball which gave Orient the penalty from which Matt Lockwood opened the scoring after just six minutes.
Rovers equalised and grabbed a draw thanks to their own penalty from Jamie Forrester (51).
Rushden and Oxford shared six goals in a thrilling encounter at Nene Park.
Goals from Chris Hackett (14) and Lee Bradbury (43) sandwiched an effort from Craig Dove (37) to give Oxford a half time lead.
David Bell levelled soon after the break before Jason Taylor gave them the lead on the hour.
It was Oxford who then came from behind as Craig Davies scored on 77 minutes.
Oxford finished the game with ten men as Tommy Mooney was dismissed late on.
The games at Boston, Notts County and Mansfield were postponed due to the weather, while Bury's clash with Shrewsbury was called off due to Town's bus being caught in traffic.
Click below for match summaries:
Bristol Rovers 1-1 Leyton Orient
Chester 1-1 Scunthorpe
Darlington 0-3 Rochdale
Grimsby 0-0 Macclesfield
Kidderminster 1-5 Swansea
Rushden 3-3 Oxford
Wycombe 0-1 Southend
Yeovil 4-1 Cheltenham