League 2 Review - 22 January 2011

Last updated : 22 January 2011 By Neil Hobbs

Port Vale and Rotherham suffer defeats and current leaders Chesterfield are goalless, whilst Lincoln get a vital win over Stockport County at the bottom of the table.

The League 2 Review starts today at Macclesfield, who play their first game since the tragic and early death of their midfielder, Richard Butcher. Although the Blues could have done with a victory today, they had to settle with a draw. McLeod saw Barnet, deep in trouble themselves take the lead through a penalty on 55 before Daniel equalised on 70.

Leaders Chesterfield visited Shrewsbury and both sides ended square on 0-0.

Port Vale's troubles continue with a 1-0 defeat against Cheltenham. Goulding hit the visitors winner on 55.

Another side going through a bad patch are Rotherham, who were visitors today at Wycombe. Gareth Ainsworth scored the winner for the Chairboys on 28.

A topsy turvy game today at Aldershot, taking on Crewe. Shelley put the Alex up on 19, before Small equalised on 24. Donaldson then saw the visitors go 2-1 up, with Vincenti equalising for the |Shots on 63. Guttridge saw the home side get 3 points in injury time. Final score – 3-2.

Northampton also got a win, 2-1 against Oxford. Holt on 42 and McKenzie on 67, between a Craddock consolation on 47.

Stevenage sorted out their victory at home to Morecambe within the first ten minutes. Laird on 5 and a Charnock own goal on 9.

The bottom of the season clash between Stockport and Lincoln saw 7 goals, with the Imps getting the best of them at Edgeley Park. Grimes on 5 saw the visitors a goal up before Griffin banked a 25 minute equaliser. Adam Watts in first half injury time put the Imps back up. Then Grimes put the style on with 2 goals in 5 minutes on 60 and 65. Watts then scored again, but for the visitors this time on 74 to set up an edgy last 15 minutes or so.