League Two round-up: Accrington champions, Wycombe promoted
Last Updated: 28/04/18 8:05pm
Accrington were crowned League Two champions after beating Lincoln 1-0 at the Crown Ground.
Stanley only needed a point to win the title, but they finished their historic season in style with their 29th victory of the season. Jordan Clark's goal in the 35th minute was the difference between the two sides.
Wycombe secured automatic promotion with a dramatic win at already relegated Chesterfield. A Michael Harriman own goal gave Chesterfield the lead in the 39th minute, but Wycombe restored parity when Nathan Tyson scored on the stroke of half-time. With 14 minutes remaining, Dominic Gape scored the winner to seal promotion to League One with a game to spare.
Exeter's hopes of automatic promotion ended when they were beaten 3-1 at Stevenage with Alex Revell scoring a hat-trick. Pierce Sweeney's penalty was all Exeter could muster and they must now prepare for the play-offs.
Mansfield's fightback at Yeovil means the battle for the final play-off place will go into the final game after they won 3-2.
Coventry need a point from their final game to secure a place in the play-offs after going goal crazy at Cheltenham. Marc McNulty scored a hat-trick with Tom Bayliss, Jordan Shipley and Maxime Biamou also scoring for the Sky Blues with Mohamed Eisa on the scoresheet for Cheltenham. It finished 6-1.
At the bottom of the table, Barnet won at Morecambe to keep their season alive. Alex Nicholls scored the only goal of the game with 11 minutes to play. The gap between the two sides going into the final week of the season is two points.
Grimsby beat Notts County 2-1 to secure their place in League Two next season with goals from Nathan Clarke and Jamille Matt. Daniel Jones scored for County who stay fifth.
Elsewhere, two late goals from Olly Lee and Pelly Ruddock secured Luton's 3-1 win at home to Forest Green. Danny Hylton opened the scoring for Luton in the 20th minute before Christian Doidge's equaliser eight minutes into the second half.
Crewe beat Crawley 2-1 after Perry Ng's fifth-minute opener was cancelled out by Jimmy Smith, before Harry Pickering scored the winner in the 51st minute.
Port Vale were beaten 2-1 by Carlisle despite taking the lead in the 34th minute through Dior Angus. Second-half goals from Ashley Nadesan and Hallam Hope secured the win for Carlisle who had Antony Kay sent off five minutes from time.
Goals from Mickey Demetriou and Frank Nouble helped Newport beat Cambridge 2-1, with George Maris scoring for United.
Colchester and Swindon played out a goalless draw.