League Two round-up
By Andrew Scurr
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Stockport broke a Football League record dating back to 1888 against Swindon.
Stockport broke a Football League record dating back to 1888 as they made it nine successive wins with nine clean sheets against Swindon.
With the 3-0 win, Stockport goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey is still to concede a goal in professional football.
Anthony Elding scored twice (16 & 50) and Liam Dickinson got a third for Jim Gannon's side (84). Jerel Ifil was also sent off for Swindon after 75 minutes.
Hartlepool United opened up a five-point gap at the top with a win against Hereford as Walsall only drew away at Darlington.
With Richard Money's side held to a goalless draw, Hartlepool took advantage with a 3-2 home win over The Bulls.
Eifion Williams (pictured) got the winner on 68 minutes after Hereford twice cancelled out the hosts' lead.
Ben Clark (32) and James Brown (54) both had Hartlepool in front only for Danny Thomas (46) and Steve Guinan (56) to net for the visitors.
Milton Keynes Dons battled back from 2-1 down against Boston United to register a 3-2 home win.
Clive Platt opened the scoring for the hosts inside three minutes but goals from Bradley Thomas (20) and Drewe Broughton (32) saw Boston take the lead.
Izale McLeod pulled The Dons level (75) and Platt netted the winner with six minutes remaining.
Rochdale raced out to a 3-0 lead before eventually beating Accrington Stanley 4-2.
Goals from Adam Rundle (14) and Glenn Murray (25 & 32) gave the home side a comfortable lead before Paul Mullin pulled one back with 20 minutes remaining.
Adam Le Fondre restored Rochdale's three-goal advantage with an 82nd minute penalty, although Andrew Mangan got a consolation in stoppage time.
Goals from Tommy Docherty (40), Russell Martin (54) and Matt Bloomfield (65) ensured Wycombe were comfortable 3-0 winners over Macclesfield, who had Jordan Hadfield sent off (78).
Mansfield beat ten-man Lincoln 2-1 thanks to Barry Conlon's 15th minute penalty and a Nathan Arnold goal (51).
Lincoln had Lee Beevers sent off on 62 minutes but Jamie Forrester pulled one back with 15 minutes remaining.
Grimsby and Peterborough were both 2-0 home winners over Bury and Notts County respectively.
Danny North (10) and Ciaran Toner (24) got the goals from Grimsby, while Peterborough's came from George Boyd (51) and Craig Morgan (55).
Lee McEvilly scored twice in quick succession (57 & 60) as Wrexham came from behind to beat Barnet 2-1, the home side's goal coming from Oliver Allen after 27 minutes.
Click below for individual match summaries:
Barnet 1-2 Wrexham
Darlington 0-0 Walsall
Grimsby 2-0 Bury
Hartlepool 3-2 Hereford
Lincoln 1-2 Mansfield
MK Dons 3-2 Boston
Peterborough 2-0 Notts County
Rochdale 4-2 Accrington
Stockport 3-0 Swindon
Wycombe 3-0 Macclesfield