Iron climb to fourth
By Peter O`Rourke
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Ritchie Foran fired the home side in front on 14 minutes, but veteran winger drew Scunthorpe level four minutes later.
Andrew Dawson netted the winner for the visitors after 67 minutes to give Brian Laws' side the spoils.
Bournemouth missed the chance to close the gap on second placed Rushden & Diamonds after being held to a 1-1 draw at Rochdale.
Carl Fletcher gave the visitors the lead on 31 minutes, but Carl Griffiths earned the hosts a point with a 49th minute leveller.
Macclesfield climbed out of the bottom three with a superb 3-1 win over Leyton Orient.
Danny Whitaker fired the home side in front after 18 minutes, but Lee Thorpe drew the sides level four minutes later.
A quick-fire brace from Matthew Tipton (54, 67) secured all three points for Macclesfield.
Wrexham remain in sixth spot after an entertaining 3-3 draw with Shrewsbury at the Racecourse Ground.
Ian Woan gave the visitors a dream start with the opener after just three minutes, but Lee Trundle levelled things up on the half hour mark.
Jamie Tolley restored the visitors lead two minutes later, but Andy Morell replied for the visitors on 58 minutes.
Nigel Jemson fired Shrewsbury in front for the third time after 67 minutes, but Paul Edwards earned the home side a point with a 72nd minute equaliser.
Cambridge moved into the top half of the table with a 2-1 win at Darlington.
Omer Riza gave the visitors the lead on 38 minutes and later missed a penalty on the hour mark to double the lead.
Darlington were reduced to ten men when Barry Conlon was sent off after 74 minutes, but they drew level on 82 minutes through Danny Mellanby.
Riza made up for his penalty miss netting his second and the winner five minutes from time.
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