Chris Zebroski and Matt Harrold bagged two goals each as Coca-Cola League Two leaders Wycombe overcame Port Vale 4-2 at Adams Park.

Harrold's first came from the spot following a foul by Lee Collins on Angelo Balanta after 23 minutes. Zebroski then doubled Wycombe's lead on the stroke of half-time before Vale hit back through a Marc Richards penalty.

Zebroski restored Wanderers' two-goal cushion with a 65th-minute strike but they were immediately pegged back by Vale's second goal which came courtesy of Scott Brown's 18-yard strike.

Any hopes Vale fans had of coming away with a point were dashed eight minutes from time, however, when Harrold's 18-yard drive beat Joe Anyon.

Karleigh Osborne's injury-time strike denied Darlington all three points at Griffin Park where they drew 1-1 with Brentford.

Richie Foran headed home from point-blank range from a Franz Burgmeier cross to give the away side the lead but Osborne's six-yard shot stole a point for the home side.

Dagenham and Redbridge ran riot at Victoria Road where they put Notts County to the sword with a 6-1 hammering.

Paul Benson rounded off the win in the 89th minute when he headed home to secure his hat-trick. Magnus Okuonghae, Matt Ritchie and Ben Strevens were also on target for the hosts while Jonathan Forte grabbed County's consolation.

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