-: Oct 15, 2019 / Ustshahli Ustshahli

League Two highlights and round-up: Exeter stay top


Lee Martin and namesake Aaron both scored to keep Exeter in the top of League Two.

Lee’s 36th-minute opener was completed from Olufela Olomola’s header over the hour, just to get his first goal since March to go home following a cross from Nicky Law, who watched a third in time that was added, for Aaron
It maintained that the Grecians’ cushion over Newport, who secured a 1-0 win over Port Vale 13 minutes from time as a result of Jamille Matt.
That kept County ahead of Crewe after Tom Lowery scored with Charlie Kirk adding a minute, for the second match, as Alex overcome facet Grimsby.
Swindon were comfortable 3-1 winners at Leyton Orient, who have managed just 1 league victory since the start of the year, because of first-half strikes against Keshi Anderson and Jerry Yates either side of a personal goal by Joe Widdowson, whose team-mate Jordan Maguire-Drew watched their consolation.
Macclesfield made since Theo Vassell’s opener was cancelled out by Bez Lubala at the 73rd minute, it only one defeat in six games in all competitions but had to settle for a 1-1 draw Crawley.
By fighting Oldham in a 2-2 draw with initially recovered from Johan Branger’s opener for the people to take the lead through Byron Moore along with Scott Wootton , only for David Wheater to score his second in 3 looks plymouth were pegged back.
While Paudie O’Connor’s goal two minutes from time spanned a triumph for Bradford in the home to Northampton, jack Aitchison’s 78th-minute attack proved to be the distinction as Forest Green won 1-0 in Cambridge.
A Michael Harriman goal had got the hosts, who initially saw Zeli Ismail sent for a second bookable offence in time , back to the match after the scoring had opened.
Danny Lloyd scored twice as Salford drew 2-2 at Morecambe, who slipped back from going 1-0 down to score twice in five minutes of the second half through Shaun Miller and Lewis Alessandra.
Cheltenham scored twice in the last ten minutes to edge a thriller at home to Stevenage. The match was level at 2-2 with Shane Long and Gavin Reilly cancelling out substitute Danny Newton’s two goals for the people before Alex Addai and Ryan Broom secured a 4-2 victory.
Bottom side Scunthorpe run continued as a defeat at Mansfield, with Matt Preston and Danny Rose tripping the harm, which makes it one point from seven games.
Walsall and colchester finished goalless.

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