Monday 10 April 2017 11:55, UK
Doncaster Rovers were promoted back to League One with five games to spare after they beat Mansfield Town at the Keepmoat Stadium on Saturday.
Tommy Rowe headed Donny into a 1-0 lead 74 minutes into their home encounter against The Stags to seal all three points for Darren Ferguson's side. Victory has guaranteed a top-three finish for the league leaders, who remain six points clear at the top with an 18-point advantage over fourth-placed Luton.
Plymouth snatched a last-gasp 2-1 victory at 10-man Crawley as they close in on promotion themselves. Dean Cox scored his first goal for the Reds to put them in front in the 28th minute - the diminutive midfielder finishing off a neat passing move.
Argyle levelled from the penalty spot after 63 minutes after Antoni Sarcevic was brought down in the box and Crawley were reduced to 10 men when James Collins clashed with Yann Songo'o and was shown a second yellow card 11 minutes from time. The game looked to be heading for a draw until Ryan Taylor hooked the ball home in the fourth minute of time added on.
Third-placed Portsmouth ran out comfortable 3-1 winners at home to Yeovil. They took the lead through Gareth Evans' penalty after Bevis Mugabe had brought down Gary Roberts and although Francois Zoko levelled early in the second half, Pompey stepped up a gear as further goals from Kal Naismith and Jamal Lowe eased them to victory.
Game of the day saw 10-man Cheltenham claim a point in a 3-3 draw at Wycombe. The Robins took an early lead when Billy Waters slotted home and Harry Pell doubled their advantage in the 13th minute, turning in James Rowe's left-wing cross.
Wycombe were back in it when Garry Thompson converted a Michael Harriman cross at the near post and Cheltenham were reduced to 10 men when Jordan Cranston picked up two quick bookings. They were made to pay shortly afterwards as Thompson lashed home an equaliser from Joe Jacobson's throw-in.
The Chairboys were ahead for the first time nine minutes from time when Jacobson scored from the spot, but Cheltenham were awarded a penalty of their own when Harriman fouled Danny Wright and although Blackman saved Waters' effort, he squeezed in the follow-up.
Stevenage, who started the day in fourth, were thumped 4-0 at fellow play-off hopefuls Colchester. Brennan Dickenson lashed in the opener and Chris Porter doubled their advantage on the half-hour. The U's were rampant and two quick-fire own goals made it 4-0. Visiting striker Josh McQuoid inexplicably slotted into his own net before Charlie Lee diverted a Tarique Fosu cross past Chris Day shortly afterwards.
Accrington came from two goals down to beat Crewe 3-2, with two close-range efforts from Mark Hughes either side of Shay McCartan's equaliser cancelling out first-half efforts from Callum Cooke and Chris Dagnall.
Sam Jones bagged a brace as Grimsby claimed a 3-1 win at Blackpool. Danny Collins put the visitors ahead before a 43rd-minute Andrew Boyce own goal briefly drew Blackpool level, with Jones netting his first two minutes later to put Grimsby back in front.
At the bottom, Newport moved to within three points of safety with a 1-0 win at Exeter. Tom Owen-Evans scored the only goal in a game which kicked off 45 minutes late due to the late arrival of the Exiles' team bus.
Last-placed Leyton Orient were beaten 3-0 at Cambridge, Luke Berry, Liam O'Neil and George Maris with the goals, and Hartlepool drew 1-1 at Morecambe. Padraig Amond gave Pools a deserved lead against his former club but Paul Mullin's close-range header levelled for the Shrimps.
Elsewhere, two late goals from Jon Stead and Matt Tootle snatched Notts County a 2-1 win at Carlisle, who had taken the lead through Jabo Ibehre, while Olly Lee's strike was enough for Luton to beat Barnet.