Notts County are sat Stead-y at the top
NOTTS COUNTY secured a 4-1 win against 10-man Lincoln and moved to the top of the table.
The Imps had Billy Knott sent off for a high boot and they were a goal behind before the break, when a Jon Stead volley took a wicked deflection and spun into the corner.
The visitors levelled early in the second half through Harry Anderson’s header, but Matt Tootle rifled in a stunning second to restore the Magpies’ advantage soon after.
Jorge Grant’s free-kick put County in control and Terry Hawkridge wrapped up the points two minutes from time.
Devon Kelly-Evans got his first professional goal and handed Exeter their first defeat of the season as Coventry won 2-0.
Defender Brown turned a low cross from Jodi Jones past his own goalkeeper before Kelly-Evans fired in a last-gasp second.
Luton moved up to third with a 1-0 win at home to Chesterfield.
The Hatters took the lead in the 53rd-minute when a pass from Jordan Cook set Danny Hylton clear and he slotted home.
They were reduced to
10-men with 13 minutes remaining when Pelly Ruddock was sent off.
Mansfield had Jacob Mellis and Danny Rose to thank as they got the better of Cambridge, cancelling out Leon Legge’s opener to win 2-1.
A Danny Grainger brace helped Carlisle achieve a
5-0 win at Crewe.
Jimmy Smith scored twice to earn Crawley a
2-1 win at Barnet, while new loan-signing Kyle Wootton snatched a 2-1 victory for Stevenage against Morecambe, scoring the winner a minute after coming off the bench.
Craig Mackail-Smith grabbed the winner for Wycombe in a 2-1 snatch-and-grab at Colchester and Port Vale held on for 1-1 draw at Yeovil, despite Jamie Gibbons’ late dismissal.
Padraig Amond scored the only goal of the game for Newport against Grimsby.
Accrington and Cheltenham drew 1-1, with both goals coming in the space of two secondhalf minutes.
ABOU-T TIME: Kamara leaps to put Fulham ahead ■
ON POINT: Christie strikes to earn the draw for Boro
MOVING ON UP: Conor Hourihane celebrates his winning strike