Date: 28th August 2007 at 3:18pm
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First up this week, Chesterfield climbed into the play-off places after coming back from 2-1 down to win 3-2 at London Road. Aaron McLean put Posh ahead with a bullet header, but our old friend from Chesterfield, Jack Lester, levelled. Charlie Lee put Posh ahead, but Lowry and then Derek Niven put the Spireites in front with two goals in a minute.

So Chesterfield go to 7th, and catastrophe as Darren Fergusons Peterborough lose again and end up 15th. He’s Alex Fergusons son, you know.

Chester went joint top with Darlo after thrashing Dagenham 4-0. Simon Yeo got two, and big John Murphy got two. Dagenham have only a point on the board, yet to win in the Football League.

Next, we go to Wycombe, where Sergio Torres(no relation to Fernando) won the game for Wycombe in the 70th minute agianst Bury. 1-0 in that game.

Morecambe piled more misery on Mansfield with a 3-1 win. The Shrimpers (an appropriate nickname due to the fact Sammy Mac signs no-one taller than himself) went ahead with a goalkeeper error from Jason White. Mickey Boulding equalised after an error from Ex-County Joe Lewis, but Craig Stanley scored for Morecambe, then Chris Baker scored a penalty.

Lincoln won again with a 2-0 win at Accy Stanley, Danny N’Guessan and Dodds on the scoresheet. MK Franchise won 3-0 at home to promotion rivals Shrewsbury. Leon Knight, Dyer, and Keith Andrews got the goals.

Hereford 1-1 Rochdale. Chris Dagnall with a penalty in response to Theo Robinsons shot softly beating James Spencer. Of course, County drew 2-2 with the referee, Darlo stayed joint top after throwing away a two goal lead in the last 20 minutes at home to Notts County. Tommy Wright and Miller for Darlo, and a Butcher brace for Notts County.

Bradford beat Wrexham 2-1. Luke Medley with a superb strike, curling the ball past Anthony Williams. Neil Roberts had equalised for Wrexham after Eddie Johnson put Bradford ahead.

Grimsby drew 1-1 with Macc. Martin Gritton put Macc ahead, his second goal for them. But Andy Taylor got it back to 1-1, meaning both sides are yet to win. And finally, Barnet beat again at Brentford as Kevin O’Connor put Brentford ahead, Jason Puncheon scored again for Barnet to level it, but Jose Mousinho(!) won the game for Brentford.

So, another good week of League Two football, but sadly another week of imcompetent referees to follow next week.