Mansfield Town remain in fifth place after a 0-0 draw against a dogged Cambridge. Mitch Rose had three chances for the Stags in the second half but despite being in control of the game they could not find the breakthrough. Notts County also got a point after a late fightback at Meadow Lane against Grimsby. Shaun Pearson and Omar Bogle had put the Mariners 2-0 up, but late goals from Jonathan Forte and Aaron Collins on 88 minutes earned county the draw, they are now four games unbeaten.
Blackpool move back into mid table after a solid 3-0 at Yeovil. all the goals came in the second half after a poor first.Colin Daniel opened the scoring with a long range drive and added a second getting on the end of a Brad Potts cross. Armand Gnaduillet sealed the points tapping in a third. Blackpool could have had more but after a recent bad run, will take this strong showing.
It was a poor day for all three of the Moon’s National League sides. a 3rd minute goal from Ricky Modeste saw Southport just one place off the bottom as they lost 1-0 to Dover. Tranmere Rovers suffered their first defeat of the season at Aldershot. Andy Cook had equalised Bernard Mensah’s early goal. The game moved Aldershot’s way when Scott Rendall slotted home a penalty with 13 minutes to go and Will Evans with a volley sealed a 3-1 win for the hosts.
Tranmere’s defeat gave Forest Green the chance to go top against Chester. Liam Noble’s free kick out wide deceived everyone to give Forest Green the lead and Darren Carter made it 2-0. Elliott Durrell got one back for Chester with 11 minutes left but there was to be no equaliser. Forest Green leapfrog Tranmere to go top.
Iron Bru Cup 3rd Round
Queen Of The South cruised through their Iron Bru Cup tie with Stenhousemuir. Dale Hilson and Grant Anderson had the Doonhammers 2-0 up in 10 minutes and they never looked back. Even without the in form Lyndon Dykes they were too good on the day, Stephen Dobbie and Derek Lyle added more misery on Stenhousemuir before the break. Dobbie grabbed another shortly after the second half began and a brace from Steven Rigg rounded of the Queens scoring. Alan Cook got a late consolation for the visitors as Queens make it five wins in a row in all competitions completing a 7-1 win.
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