League 2 Round up 6th September

Cheltenham briefly moved top after drawing 0-0 away at Morecambe but Burton moved 2 points clear after a 2-0 win on Sunday over Portsmouth, Adam McGurk and Lucas Akins claiming the goals. Wycombe and Bury remain in the top six after playing out a 0-0 draw at Adams Park. Marc Richards’s 1st half brace moved Northampton into the top six after 2-0 away win at Dagenham. 

Dominic Blizzard’s second half strike sealed a 1-0 away win for Plymouth at Luton. York stay in the top half after a 3-2 victory at Stevenage, Michael Coulson and Wes Fletcher put York 2-0 up after 15 minutes before Andy Bond was sent off for Stevenage. The 10 men leveled the scores after 5 minute spell with Chris Whelpdale and Tom Pett netting before Wes Fletcher sealed all three points for York from the spot. Carlisle and Wimbledon settled for a point a piece after 8 goal thriller at Brunton Park, Kyle Dempsey twice leveled in the first half after Sean Rigg and Matt Tubbs netted for the Dons. Josh Gillies and Brad Potts put the Cumbrians 4-2 up but Gary Dicker saw red after handling in the box. Tubbs netted his 7th goal in 8 games from the spot before Adebayo Azeez equalized in stoppage time. 

Hartlepool secured their first home win of the season with 2-0 win over Shrewsbury, Charlie White and Brad Walker netting for Pool. Accrington also secured their first home win of season, James Gray put Stanley 1-0 up before a Abdulai Bell-Baggie double put Tranmere 2-1 in front but 2 goals in 4 minutes from Gray and Kal Naismith gave Stanley all three points. Oxford kept off the bottom after a 1-1 draw at Southend, Jack Payne gave Southend the lead before Danny Hylton’s penalty leveled the scores. Exeter remain rooted to the bottom after losing 2-1 at home to Mansfield, Rakish Bingham and Fergus Bell put the Stags 2-0 up and Matt Grimes’s second half strike was not enough for Exeter.

About mattbristow271993

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