League Two round-up
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Leyton Orient and Wycombe both missed the chance to go top of League Two.
Leyton Orient and Wycombe both missed the chance to go above Grimsby at the top of League Two after being held to 1-1 draws.
Second placed Orient were held at Peterborough and needed a late leveller from Justin Miller (74) after Calum Willock had put The Posh ahead just before the interval.
Wycombe, too, found themselves behind as a Richard Keogh own goal gave Darlington the lead at The TFM Arena.
The Quakers could not hold on though, as veteran marksman Tommy Mooney lashed the ball home to give Wycombe a share of the spoils.
Rochdale consolidated their place in fourth with a 2-1 win at Bristol Rovers,
The new Pirates management team of Paul Trollope and Lennie Lawrence failed to register a debut victory as Steve Parkin's men continued their impressive form.
The prolific Grant Holt (pictured) fired home from the penalty spot after 31 minutes, but Junior Agogo levelled just before the interval.
The winner came on 66 minutes when Blair Sturrock scored.
Carlisle moved into fifth thanks to a 4-3 win at Torquay.
The Cumbrians were inspired by Karl Hawley who bagged his second successive league hat-trick.
Hawley (3 & 15) put Carlisle two goals up before Paul Robinson (15) and Kevin Hill (45) made sure the sides were level at the break.
Hawley then sealed his treble, only for Robinson to add his second from the penalty spot with just 12 minutes left.
Still Torquay could not hang on as Kevin Gray struck with just seven minutes remaining.
A terrific comeback from Cheltenham saw them seal a 3-2 victory at Notts County.
There were no goals at The Sixfields Stadium as Northampton and Chester cancelled each other out.
Cheltenham took the lead through Brian Wilson (35), but goals from Julian Baudet (48 pen) and Mike Edwards (57) gave County the advantage.
Then, in the last 12 minutes, Cheltenham sealed victory as Jamie Victory (78) and Grant McCann (84) fired home to claim the win.
Wrexham sealed a comfortable 3-0 win at Oxford. Lee McEvilly (39 & 58) struck the first two before Mark Jones grabbed the third with 11 minutes left.
The final game of the day saw Shrewsbury claim a 1-1 draw at Lincoln.
Jamie Tolley (18) had given The Shrews a first half lead, but Nat Brown (51) levelled to give The Imps a point.
Click below for match summaries:
Bristol Rovers 1-2 Rochdale
Chester 0-0 Northampton
Darlington 1-1 Wycombe
Lincoln City 1-1 Shrewsbury
Notts County 2-3 Cheltenham
Oxford United 0-3 Wrexham
Peterborough 1-1 Leyton Orient
Torquay 3-4 Carlisle Utd