Notts County see winning run ended by local rivals Mansfield

Sky Bet League Two leaders Notts County saw their six-game winning streak come to an abrupt halt with a 3-1 defeat at local rivals Mansfield.

Danny Rose made it four goals in as many games with a second-half brace before a Richard Duffy own goal sealed the points – all three goals inside 16 pulsating minutes.

Carl Dickinson grabbed a consolation for County two minutes into added time with a superb 25-yard free-kick.

The win extended Mansfield’s unbeaten run against County to 10 league matches.

Jayden Stockley scored a brace as Exeter returned to winning ways with a 4-1 win over Morecambe – a result that left them level with County on 25 points.

Troy Brown and Dean Moxey were also on target for the Grecians, with Vadaine Oliver hitting a consolation for the Shrimps.

Seamus Conneely hit the only goal as third-placed Accrington beat Forest Green 1-0, a result that leaves the hosts rooted to the foot of the table.

Duckens Nazon’s early strike saw Coventry overcome Crewe 1-0 and a pair of Danny Hylton goals helped Luton to a 3-1 win over Newport.

Stevenage made it three wins in a row with a 2-0 victory over Port Vale thanks to goals from Tom Anderson and Anthony de Freitas.

And Wycombe also it three successive victories as goals from Adebayo Akinfenwa, Josh Umerah and Nick Freeman gave them a 3-1 win over Barnet.

Swindon picked up just a second home win of the season, with goals from on-loan pair Keshi Anderson and Harry Smith seeing off Cambridge 2-0.

Grimsby and Lincoln played out a goalless draw and Jack Lester’s reign as Chesterfield manager started on a losing note with a pair of goals from Mohamed Eisa giving Cheltenham a 2-0 success.

Elsewhere, Hallam Hope’s strike gave Carlisle a 1-0 win at Crawley and Colchester beat Yeovil 1-0 thanks to Sean Murray’s effort.

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