Morecambe at 100%

Morecambe remain the only club in the Football League with a 100% record, Paul Mullin scored either side of Tom Elliot’s equalizer for Cambridge. Craig Westcarr netted his second goal in 2 games to move Portsmouth up to second after victory at Oxford. 3 goals in 6 second half minutes moved Cheltenham up to third. Matt Richards, Koby Arthur and Jordan Wynter all netted after Elliott Richards and Marc Laird gave Tranmere a 2-0 half time lead. Burton remain unbeaten thanks to John Mousinho’s equaliser away at Newport, Chris Zebroski netted his first of the season for County. 

Wycombe bounced back from defeat in midweek to register a 3-1 win away at Stevenage, Darius Charles put the home side in front before Paul Hayes and Peter Murphy struck just before half time. Matt McClure netted in added time to secure the win for Wanderers. Matt Tubbs’s 4th of the season was not enough for Wimbledon, Charlie Wyke and Marlon Harewood netted in he second half to give Hartlepool the win. Tom Soares and Danny Rose scored in the 1st half to give Bury 2-1 win over Plymouth; Reuben Reid netted a second half penalty for his 4th of the season. Luke Howell and Abu Ogogo scored to give Dagenham 2-0 victory over Mansfield. 

Emile Sinclair scored in added time to rescue point for Northampton at home to 10 man Shrewsbury; Liam Lawrence saw red in the first half before James Collins put the 10 men ahead until Sinclair struck. Keith Lowe’s goal 8 minutes from time gave York a 1-1 draw at Exeter, David Wheeler had put the home side ahead. 2 goals at the end of the first half saw Carlisle share the points with Southend, Anthony Sweeney netted the opener before Conor Clifford leveled 2 minutes later. 4 first half goals saw Accrington get their first point of the season at home to Luton. James Gray and Luke Joyce put Stanley 2-0 up but Luke Rooney and Jake Howells scored for the Hatters. 

About mattbristow271993

Boyhood Leyton Orient fan, but love football in general, any league. Football is my passion.
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