Wycombe sink Valiants

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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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Joe Anyon
Franz Burgmeier
Chris Zebroski
Matt Harrold
Ben Strevens
Marc Richards
Angelo Balanta
Port Vale
Lee Collins
Karleigh Osborne
League Two
Richie Foran
Paul Benson
Scott Brown
Scott Brown
Jonathan Forte
Notts County
Magnus Okuonghae

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