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Cherries suffer shock Hereford loss

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Coca-Cola League Two pace-setters Bournemouth slipped to a shock 2-1 defeat against Hereford.

Marc Pugh scored twice at Edgar Street, rendering Steve Fletcher's goal academic.

Dagenham and Redbridge also lost, falling to third in the process, as Barnet wrapped up a 2-0 win.

Rochdale took advantage to move second, winning 2-0 at Darlington - Will Buckley and Chris O'Grady on target.

Rotherham also came away with nothing on what was a poor night for the front runners, Ian Sharps' own goal ensuring a 3-1 defeat at Northampton.

Shrewsbury went behind to hosts Cheltenham after Barry Hayles' 60th-minute strike but recovered to win 2-1.

Luke Rodgers scored a hat-trick to pick up a 3-0 win for Notts County over Lincoln City, their second consecutive success since Sol Campbell's acrimonious departure.

Aldershot and Torquay drew 1-1 as did Burton Albion and Macclesfield.

An 83rd-minute goal from Andy Dawson sealed a dramatic 3-2 win for Bury over Crewe, while three of the four goals in Port Vale's 2-2 draw with Accrington came in the closing five minutes.

Bradford and Morecambe fought out a stalemate at Christie Park.

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Crewe Alexandra
Shrewsbury Town
Andy Dawson
Barry Hayles
Football
Bournemouth
Hereford United
Port Vale
Cheltenham Town
Bradford City
Marc Pugh
Sol Campbell
Steve Fletcher
Ian Sharps
Chris O'Grady
Luke Rodgers
Burton Albion
League Two
Rochdale
Morecambe
Barnet
Notts County

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