League Two round-up
By James Pearson
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Ten-man Darlington stunned high-flying Rochdale with a 2-1 win.Ten-man Darlington stunned high-flying Rochdale with a 2-1 win, while a late show from leaders Notts County kept them top of the League Two table.
Simon Johnson's second goal of the season gave Darlington the lead, but their task was hampered when Matthew Clarke was dismissed for a professional foul.
Grant Holt dispatched the ensuing spot kick and just when it looked like Dale might go on to win the game Carlos Logan's right-footed strike settled the contest.
Leaders Notts County looked like they might suffer defeat for the first time this season before two late goals away to Mansfield secured a 3-2 win.
Richie Barker's goal gave The Stags the lead, but it was only brief as Glynn Hurst's 100th league goal levelled matters moments later.
Gareth Jelleyman restored Mansfield's advantage on the hour mark and that looked enough before late efforts from Mike Edwards and Hurst's second turned the game on its head.
Newly-promoted Barnet lost ground on Wrexham following a 3-1 loss at The Racecourse Ground.
Things began badly when Mark Jones scored after a minute and got worse when Paul Warhurst made it 2-0.
Ian Hendon pulled one back from the penalty spot, but their hopes of salvaging a point ended when Robbie Foy netted.
Leyton Orient have slipped to eighth in the table after Colin McMenamin's early penalty gave Shrewsbury all three points at The Matchroom Stadium.
Cheltenham have moved fifth despite being held to a goalless draw at Wycombe while Lincoln City's clash against Carlisle also finished without a goal.
Rushden & Diamonds tasted defeat for the first time this season following a 2-0 loss to Grimsby Town.
Goals either side of half time from John McDermott and Jean-Paul Kamudimba settled the contest at Blundell Park.
Macclesfield are off the foot of the table after Martin Bullock's goal gave them a slender 1-0 win over Bury at Moss Rose.
Torquay have replaced The Silkmen at the bottom with Ryan Lowe's strike in injury time giving Chester a late 1-0 victory at Plainmoor.
Stockport earned a share of the spoils against Peterborough with Sean St Ledger's late effort cancelling out James Quinn's early opener.
Northampton secured a 3-2 win over Boston United at Sixfields, but were made to sweat for the three points.
Andy Kirk gave The Cobblers the lead before Alan White levelled things up five minutes before the interval.
Ian Taylor restored the home side's advantage before Jason Crowe added a third, however Ian Ross' late effort set up a tense finish.
Click below for match summaries:
Darlington 2-1 Rochdale
Grimsby 2-0 Rushden & D'monds
Leyton Orient 0-1 Shrewsbury
Lincoln City 0-0 Carlisle
Macclesfield 1-0 Bury
Mansfield 2-3 Notts County
Northampton 3-2 Boston Utd
Stockport 1-1 Peterborough
Torquay 0-1 Chester
Wrexham 3-1 Barnet
Wycombe 0-0 Cheltenham