Our series of video reviews of the weekend’s football this evening now finishes off with the best of the action from the Skybet Football League Two.

Notts County vs Mansfield Town: Well, it’s a local derby of sorts and it attracted a crowd of just over 10,000 people, but things didn’t go according to plan for Notts County, who were beaten at home on Friday night by two Mansfield Town goals from Chris Clements and Ryan Tafazolli.

 

Barnet vs Wycombe Wanderers: Barnet’s return to the Football League continues to stumble a little, and on Saturday the Bees were beaten at home by Wycombe Wanderers, who won the match thanks to two second half goals from Garry Thompson.

 

Carlisle United vs Cambridge United: It was a somewhat chaotic afternoon at Brunton Park, where Carlisle United and Cambridge United shared eight goals between them. Jabo Ibehre scored a hat-trick for Carlisle, whose other goal came from Charlie Wyke, whilst Barry Corr scored twice and George Taft and Luke Berry salvaged a point for Cambridge.

 

Crawley Town vs Wimbledon: Crawley Town’s 2015 goes from bad to worse. Relegated at the end of last season, Gwion Edwatds gave them a first half lead against Wimbledon at Broadfield on Saturday, but second half goals from Adebayo Akinfenwa and Andy Barcham proved enough to give Wimbledon their first league win of the season.

 

Dagenham & Redbridge vs Leyton Orient: Leyton Orient continued their winning start to the season on Saturday with a three-one win in a derby match at Dagenham & Redbridge. Paul McCallum, Lloyd James and Dean Cox gave Orient a commanding lead, whilst Jamie Cureton pulled one back for the Daggers at the end of the match.

 

Luton Town vs Oxford United: In the League Two match which sounds the most like a League Cup final from the 1980s that didn’t quite happen, Luton and Oxford cancelled each other out on Saturday afternoon. Goals from Luke Wilkinson and┬áCameron McGeehan for Luton and from Kemar Roofe and┬áPatrick Hoban left the scores level at two apiece, in front of a notable crowd of almost 9,000 people.

 

Morecambe vs Accrington Stanley: At the other end of the attendance scale, just 1,865 people turned out to see Aaron Wildig score an early goal, which was enough for Morecambe to beat Accrington Stanley in the Football League for the first time.

 

Newport County vs Stevenage: A last minute goal from Mark Hughes – not, not that one – gave Stevenage a two-all draw at Newport. Dipo Akinyemi had given them an early lead before Aaron Collins and Scott Boden scored to give Newport the lead.

 

Northampton Town vs Exeter City: Northampton Town continued their strong start to the season with a comfortable win against Exeter City at Sixfields, with their goals coming from Jason Taylor, Ryan Cresswell and Marc Richards.

 

Plymouth Argyle vs Portsmouth: Another team enjoying a strong start to the season in League Two is Portsmouth. Pompey maintained their one hundred per cent record with a narrow win at Plymouth, thanks to goals from the penalty spot by Matt Tubbs and Gary Roberts. Plymouth replied with a late goal from Gregg Wylde.

 

Yeovil Town vs Bristol Rovers: Another club suffering a hangover from last season is Yeovil Town, who have now lost their first two matches of the season back in League Two, this time at the hands of newly-promoted Bristol Rovers. Rovers left it late, though, with the winning goal coming two minutes from time, through Ellis Harrison.

 

York City vs Hartlepool United: Hartlepool United and York City are at opposite ends of the League Two table after Hartlepool came from behind to win at Bootham Crescent. Reece Thompson gave York the lead twelve minutes into the second half, but goals from Billy Paynter and Michael Woods won the game for Hartlepool.

 

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