Millers go fourth

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Rotherham moved up one place to fourth in Coca-Cola League Two with a 2-1 victory over Grimsby at the Don Valley Stadium.

Adam Le Fondre beat the offside trap to race through and give the Millers the lead before adding a second seven minutes before the break.

Wes Fletcher's stoppage-time goal proved to be a mere consolation for Grimsby, who remain six points adrift of safety.

Shrewsbury stretched their unbeaten run to four matches thanks to goals from Dave Hibbert and substitute Steven Leslie in a 2-1 win over Dagenham and Redbridge. Paul Benson was on target for the Daggers, who had Scott Doe sent off for a bad foul on Terry Dunfield with 20 minutes left.

Crewe ended their four-match unbeaten run in emphatic style as they swept aside rock-bottom Darlington 3-0.

Calvin Zola marked his return from injury by scoring twice and Joel Grant also got on the scoresheet for Dario Gradi's side.

Cleveland Taylor's 84th-minute goal was enough to steal a 3-2 win for Burton at Torquay.

Scott Rendell and Chris Robertson gave the home side a 2-0 lead before Russell Penn and Shaun Harrad restored parity and Taylor rounded off a remarkable comeback with a 12-yard strike late on.

Chesterfield leapfrogged Notts County into eighth despite being held to a goalless draw at Northampton.

Chris Herd and Brian Gilmour helped Lincoln to a 2-1 win over Bradford while Mark Duffy's strike ensured Morecambe beat Barnet by the same scoreline. In the day's other fixture Port Vale and Macclesfield played out a goalless draw at Vale Park.

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Crewe Alexandra
Chris Robertson
Rotherham United
Joel Grant
Russell Penn
Shrewsbury Town
Dave Hibbert
Chris Herd
Wes Fletcher
Port Vale
Bradford City
Terry Dunfield
Calvin Zola
Steven Leslie
Adam Le Fondre
League Two
Paul Benson
Mark Duffy
Scott Doe
Notts County
Cleveland Taylor
Shaun Harrad
Scott Rendell
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