Sol’s a loser in his first league game

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SOL CAMP­BELL’S first league game as man­ager of Mac­cles­field ended in de­feat as his side went down 1-0 at Colch­ester.

Mikael Man­dron scored the only goal to leave the Silk­men bot­tom of the ta­ble and six points from safety.

MK Dons

Carlisle Lin­coln Steve­nage.

Bury beat

Ex­eter 2-0 to keep their pro­mo­tion chal­lenge on track. Jay O’Shea and By­ron Moore were on tar­get.

CJ Hamil­ton (above) struck in each half as Mans­field ex­tended their un­beaten run to 13 league matches with a 2-0 vic­tory against Notts County.

James Nor­wood’s strike gave Tran­mere a 1-0 win against Cam­bridge.

New­port were the only side in the play-off places to lose as they were de­feated 2-1 at Swin­don, who led af­ter two min­utes through Michael Doughty’s goal.

Padraig Amond equalised be­fore Kaiyne Wool­ery’s late win­ner. For­est Green scored twice in stop­page time to stun Yeovil 2-1 at Huish Park.

Rhys Browne’s goal looked like be­ing enough for all three points for the hosts, es­pe­cially when Rovers had Paul Digby sent off af­ter 76 min­utes.

But Ge­orge Wil­liams and Reuben Reid struck right at the end of the game to seal a dra­matic vic­tory. Conor Thomas’ stop­page-time penalty gave Chel­tenham a 2-1 home win against Grimsby. Ryan Broom and El­liot Em­ble­ton had scored ear­lier.

A Kevin van Veen spot-kick saw Northamp­ton win 1-0 at Craw­ley, who had Ol­lie Palmer sent off.

Peter Clarke and Chris O’Grady scored for Old­ham in a 2-0 away suc­cess at Crewe, while More­cambe drew 2-2 with Port Vale.

Goals from Ajay Leitch-Smith and Ja­son Oswell put More­cambe in con­trol be­fore late ef­forts from Antony Kay and Tom Pope lev­elled things up.

And there was still time for more drama at the Globe Arena when Leitch-Smith saw his 89th-minute penalty saved by Scott Brown.

main­tained their two-point ad­van­tage at the top with a home win against thanks to sec­ond-half goals from Jor­dan Houghton and Kieran Agard.But re­main on their coat­tails af­ter an early penalty by John Akinde was enough for the Imps to win 1-0 at

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