Date: 14th September 2011 at 4:20pm
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League two round-up – Hereford 0-2 Aldershot

League two round-up: 13th September 2011

The latest round of the football league season has been and gone, the midweek npower league two games are rounded-up in this article.

Accrington 1-1 Rotherham
Rotherham were denied all 3pts away at Accrington on Tuesday night by a late equaliser.

Cresswell (38) put The Millers in front before the break, and this was a lead that the visitors held into half time, and more…

With Rotherham looking good for victory they were denied by a late Accrington goal, with Hessey (83) finding the net to see the game end level at 1-1.

AFC Wimbledon 0-3 Northampton
Northampton soundly beat AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday night.

A 1st half penalty from Akinfenwa (17) set The Cobblers on the road to victory with a double from Jacobs (73 & 77) in the 2nd half completing a 3-0 away win – all this despite Northampton playing the 2nd half with only 10-men after McKoy (45+2) was sent off in 1st half injury-time.

Barnet 2-0 Plymouth
Things seem to go from bad to worse for Plymouth, with them beaten again – this time by Barnet at Underhill.

McLeod (7) and Leach (64) scored to give The Bees a 2-0 win.

Bristol Rovers 1-0 Shrewsbury
A 1st half goal from Zebroski (19) was enough to give Bristol Rovers a 1-0 home win over Shrewsbury.

Burton 1-0 Crewe
Home advantage paid dividend for Burton as they secured another win, 1-0 over Crewe, to move into the play-off spots.

A solitary goal was all that divided Burton and Crewe with this coming from the in-form Richards (34) shortly before the half-time break.

Crawley 0-3 Swindon
After a heavy weekend defeat Crawley were pretty soundly beaten again, this time at home by Swindon.

Connell (28) in the 1st half and two from Kerrouche (82 & 85) late in the 2nd half secured Swindon a 3-0 win.

Dagenham 0-1 Oxford
Oxford went to Dagenham and came away with all 3pts after a goal late in the 1st half from Hall (41) saw them through to a 1-0 win.

Hereford 0-2 Aldershot
Once again Hereford were condemned to another defeat, this time at home against Aldershot.

Rankine (19) struck first for the visitors, his goal giving Aldershot a half time lead…

As the 2nd half progressed The Bulls were unable to find an equaliser with Vincenti (82) securing a 2-0 win for the visitors in the final 10-minutes.


Macclesfield 1-1 Morecambe
After a weekend mauling of Crawley Morecambe had to be content with a point at Macclesfield, after a 1-1 draw.

The home side got off to a great start with Tomlinson (1) opening the scoring in the opening minute. Continuing his goalscoring form from the weekend Carlton (16) scored to ensure a point from the visitors.

Port Vale 3-2 Bradford
Port Vale twice led, only to be pegged back by Bradford each time but an injury time goal secured a dramatic win!

Taylor (5) put Vale ahead only for Devitt (24) to level for Bradford. Another before the break from Taylor (39) put the hosts ahead again, but the visitors levelled just after the interval through Jones (50).

With a draw on the cards a late injury-time goal from Pope (90+3) secured Port Vale a 3-2 win.

Southend 1-0 Gillingham
Despite ending with 10-men Southend were still able to overcome Gillingham at Roots Hall.

After having Bilel (66) sent off midway through the 2nd half, and with time running out, a draw was looking the likely outcome until Phillips (87) scored late on to give the hosts a 1-0 win.

Torquay 2-2 Cheltenham
Torquay twice came from behind to secure a point against Cheltenham at Plainmoor.

Low (4) had Cheltenham ahead early on although Bodin (6) soon levelled for Torquay. The visitors still went into the half time break ahead though with Mohamed (45+1) scoring in injury-time. Nicholson (71) earned the hosts a 2-2 draw with his 2nd half goal though.

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