Crawley Town returned to the top of League Two with a 2-1 victory over Shrewsbury Town this afternoon.
Goals from Sergio Torres and Dean Howell put hosting Crawley in control before the break, and despite Mark Wright finding the net for Shrews after the break, his goal proved to be little more than a mere consolation.
The Sussex-based side were able to move to the summit thanks to Southend United's failure to defeat ten-man Morecambe at Roots Hall. It proved to be a case of hero to zero for Morecambe striker Phil Jevons, who opened the scoring before receiving his marching orders.
The home side capitalised on their numerical advantage and equalised courtesy of an own goal from Stewart Drummond.
AFC Wimbledon failed to make home advantage count against Crewe, slumping to a 3-1 defeat.
A stoppage time penalty from Simon Walton saw bottom-of-the-table Plymouth Argyle claim all three points away at Dagenham & Redbridge.
Daggers defender Damien McCrory was sent off late in the game for a professional foul and Walton stepped up to convert the resultant spot-kick.
League Two results: Accrington 0-2 Swindon; AFC Wimbledon 1-3 Crewe; Barnet 2-1 Aldershot; Crawley 2-1 Shrewsbury; Dag & Red 2-3 Plymouth; Hereford 2-0 Bradford; Macclesfield 1-1 Oxford; Southend 1-1 Morecambe; Torquay 2-5 Gillingham.