Lee Martin and namesake Aaron both scored to Maintain Exeter at the top of League Two with a Triumph in Carlisle.
Lee’s 36th-minute opener was completed by Olufela Olomola’s header on the hour, only to go home following a cross from Nicky Law, that scored a third in added time
It preserved the Grecians’ two-point cushion over Newport, who secured a 1-0 win over Port Vale 13 minutes from time thanks.
That kept County before Crewe after Tom Lowery scored together with Charlie Kirk incorporating a late second, for the second match, as Alex beat fellow top-four side Grimsby 2-0 at Blundell Park.
Swindon were comfortable 3-1 winners in Leyton Orient, who’ve managed just one league victory since the start of the season, as a result of first-half strikes from Keshi Anderson and Jerry Yates either side of an own goal by Joe Widdowson, whose team-mate Jordan Maguire-Drew watched their consolation.
Macclesfield made since Theo Vassell’s opener was completed by Bez Lubala in the 73rd minute, it only 1 defeat in six matches in all competitions but had to settle for a 1-1 draw at Crawley.
By struggling Oldham at a 2-2 draw with retrieved from Johan Branger’s opener for the visitors to take the lead through Byron Moore along with Scott Wootton , just for David Wheater to score his second in 3 looks plymouth were pegged back.
Jack Aitchison’s 78th-minute attack proved to be the difference because Forest Green won while Paudie O’Connor’s goal two minutes from time snatched a win for Bradford in the home.
A Michael Harriman goal had the hosts, who watched later the scoring had opened Zeli Ismail sent off for a second bookable offence in time back into the match.
Danny Lloyd scored as Salford drew 2-2 at Morecambe, who bounced back from going 1-0 down to score within five minutes of the second half by Lewis Alessandra and Shaun Miller.
Cheltenham scored double to border per six-goal thriller. The match was level at cancelling out substitute Danny Newton’s two objectives for the people until Alex Addai and Ryan Broom secured a success.
Bottom side Scunthorpe’s miserable run continued as a defeat at Mansfield, with Danny Rose and Matt Preston inflicting the harm, which makes it one point from seven matches.
Walsall and colchester ended goalless.
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