League Two Round-up: Plymouth go top, dual 7 idea thrillers and Newport acquire indicate underneath new boss

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Plymouth Argyle degraded struggling Crawley 2-1 as they became a new League Two leaders. 

Striker Reuben Reid put Plymouth forward usually before half-time, though Crawley looked to have stolen a indicate with Roarie Deacon equalising 5 mins from time.

But Plymouth were not to be denied and 4 mins later, Hiram Boateng’s miscarry from a free-kick dismissed Plymouth to a tip of League 2.

The group who were knocked off initial place this afternoon were Wycombe Wanderers. Gareth Ainsworth’s side were beaten 3-2 during home to Northampton Town. It took usually dual mins for a hosts to go forward by Luke O’Nien before captain Marc Richards scored his sixth of a deteriorate for a visitors.

Lawdon D’Ath afterwards headed home and shortly after Shaun Brisley’s header finished it 3-1 to a Cobblers. Danny Rowe netted Wycombe’s second but they were incompetent to deliver a place.

In a initial of a 7 idea thrillers, Mansfield Town went sixth with a 4-3 divided win during strugglers Dagenham and Redbridge. Mal Benning’s overwhelming bombardment put a Stags forward until Matt McClure equalised shortly after from 25 yards. Dagenham went 3-1 adult by Ashley Chambers double. Matt Green afterwards pulled one behind with a chastisement promulgation them into half time 3-2 down. Krystian Pearce leveled in a 81st notation and Adi Yusuff cumulative a late leader in a 85th to put some-more wretchedness on Dagenham.

Morecambe and Bristol Rovers were concerned in a other 7 idea strife where Rovers come out on tip 4-3. Lee Mansell non-stop a scoring for a Pirates before Shaun Miller equalised for a Shrimps. Billy Bodin and Matty Taylor put Rovers 3-1 forward though Tom Barkhuizen’s idea put a home side behind into a game. Ellis Harrison afterwards scored from a mark flog to make it 4-2 and Paul Mullin finished a same for Morecambe though it was too late. The visitors pierce to 12th while a hosts dump to 14th.

Leyton Orient returned to winning ways with a 3-1 feat over Notts County during Brisbane Road. Sammy Moore scored a prop to assistance a side to third in a league. Moore non-stop a scoring though his idea was cancelled out by John Stead usually after a break. Jay Simpson easy Orient’s lead and Moore scored his second in a 84th minute.

Orient Boss Ian Hendon said: “It was tough. That wasn’t a easiest of games during all. But we was gratified with how we battled.

“They were large and strong. That usually goes to uncover how large a patrol they’ve got and what a good patrol they’ve got”

Oxford United climbed to fifth with a 3-1 divided win during Accrington Stanley, that finished their dominant home record this campaign. Callum O’Dowda dismissed a U’s forward in a initial half. Matt Crooks drew Stanley turn by a chip. Liam Sercombe afterwards bagged dual late goals with a latter entrance from a mark to sign victory. Stanley dump to seventh.

Portsmouth were left undone as they were hold to 0-0 pull opposite 22nd placed Yeovil Town during Fratton Park. Former Pompey striker Ryan Bird went tighten before a interlude though was denied good by screw Aaron McCarey. Gary Roberts missed a tighten operation shot for a home group while Michael Doyle’s prolonged operation strike was good saved from Yeovil’s Artur Kyrsiak. With their home form not being as good as their away, Pompey tumble to fourth.

 

Luton Town cruised to a 4-1 win during Hartlepool. Jonathan Smith put Luton forward in a early stages though Billy Paynter’s diving header drew a home side level. Jack Marriott afterwards scored dual in 5 mins to make it 3-1 and Ollie Lee’s 25 yard shaft in damage time cumulative Luton’s fourth. Hartlepool have usually won once in their final 9 joining fixtures.

Luton partner manager Terry Harris said: “It’s been a prolonged week, a satisfactory few miles, though a illusory week. If somebody had pronounced take 6 points, scoring 7 goals, you’d have snapped their hands off”

AFC Wimbledon changed to 13th with a 2-0 feat opposite Barnet during Kings Meadow. Lyle Taylor scored a initial idea of a diversion in a 9th notation with Sean Rigg scoring in a failing mins to sign a win. George Francomb missed a chastisement between a dual goals. As for Martin Allen’s Barnet, they fell to their second divided better in 4 days.

York City threw divided a dual idea pillow to Cambride United during a Bootham Crescent. Michael Coulson dismissed York forward before John McCombe’s curling bid finished it 2-0. Mark Roberts pulled one behind for Cambridge and Barry Corr scored his sixth in 5 games to rescue a point.

Tom Miller’s 82nd notation idea helped Carlisle to all 3 points during Teddy Sheringham’s Stevenage. The hosts had a possibility to go forward with a chastisement though screw Mark Gillespie saved off Brett Williams. Carlisle sojourn in eighth place while Stevenage have mislaid 4 on a trot.

And to a final game, Newport County drew during Rodney Parade to Exeter City who came off a 2-1 win during Portsmouth in mid-week. Under new manager John Sheridan after former England general Terry Butcher’s departure, Newport looked to stir in front of their new boss. It didn’t demeanour good when Joel Grant cut inside to measure in a 61st minute. But Lenell John-Lewis grabbed an equaliser in a 73rd notation to make things all block and that’s how a diversion finished during 1-1.

Newport’s new trainer John Sheridan went on to say: “We played unequivocally well, we couldn’t have asked for more. It’s always formidable when you’re bottom of a league, you’re always looking upwards during everybody and it was formidable currently opposite Exeter, I’ve always favourite a approach they play.

“But a players responded to a new manager entrance in and they gave me a opening we was unequivocally gratified with”

Future Fixtures:

Saturday 10th October:
Barnet v Accrington
Bristol Rovers v Wycombe
Cambridge v Portsmouth
Carlisle v Morecambe
Crawley v Leyton Orient
Luton v York
Mansfield v Newport
Northampton v Hartlepool
Oxford v Wimbledon
Yeovil v Dagenham Redbridge

Sunday 11th October:
Exeter v Stevenage
Notts County v Plymouth