Leyton Orient head coach Ross Embleton felt his side’s 2-1 Sky Bet League Two win over Newport was a fitting way to remember former manager Justin Edinburgh.
Graham Westley tipped Plymouth to win Sky Bet League Two but was frustrated at seeing his Stevenage side slip to a 2-1 defeat at home to the Pilgrims.
Crawley head coach John Yems admitted it took a half-time rocket to get his side going as they overturned a 2-1 deficit to beat Grimsby 3-2 in an entertaining clash at the Broadfield Stadium.
A shell-shocked Mark Cooper says his Forest Green side need to find their cutting edge if they are to have a chance of promotion from Sky Bet League Two.
Walsall manager Darrell Clarke could not hide his frustration after seeing his side lose for the second time this season to League Two strugglers Carlisle.
Crewe boss David Artell was left with mixed emotions as his side had to settle for a point in a thrilling encounter at Scunthorpe.
Morecambe boss Derek Adams admitted he was disappointed not to see his struggling side take maximum points after they were held to a 1-1 Sky Bet League Two draw with Cambridge at the Globe Arena.
Swindon manager Richie Wellens felt his Sky Bet League Two leaders could have won even more emphatically after seeing off Port Vale 3-0 at the County Ground.
Mansfield boss Graham Coughlan demanded his side now build on their first Sky Bet League Two home win since October 12 after they comfortably beat Bradford 3-0.
Salford boss Graham Alexander rued a lack of ruthlessness after his side were held 1-1 at home by Greater Manchester rivals Oldham.
Exeter manager Matt Taylor was content with a point as his side were held to a goalless draw at home to Sky Bet League Two promotion rivals Colchester.
Plymouth fired themselves into the Sky Bet League Two automatic promotion places with a 2-1 win at struggling Stevenage.
Leyton Orient marked the unveiling of the Justin Edinburgh Stand with a much-needed 2-1 Sky Bet League Two win over Newport, ending a run of nine home games without victory in all competitions.
Crewe slipped out of the automatic promotion places in Sky Bet League Two as they were held to a 2-2 draw at Scunthorpe.
A Leon Legge own goal followed by a debut strike by Hallam Hope and Michael Doughty’s free-kick moved Swindon clear at the top of the Sky Bet League Two table with a 3-0 win over Port Vale.
Harvey Knibbs scored a second-half equaliser as Morecambe were denied a much-needed Sky Bet League Two victory following Saturday’s 1-1 draw against Cambridge at the Globe Arena.
Danny Rowe’s first goal since joining Oldham earned his side a 1-1 draw at Greater Manchester rivals Salford.
Two goals from Ollie Palmer and another by Ashley Nadesan gave Crawley a battling 3-2 home win over Grimsby.
Arthur Gnahoua scored a late winner to complete a second-half comeback as 10-man Macclesfield edged a 2-1 Sky Bet League Two victory over Forest Green.
Exeter and Colchester extended their long unbeaten runs as they played out a Sky Bet League Two goalless stalemate at St James Park.