Twelve EFL League Two matches were played this game week with 24 goals being scored amongst the fixtures.
Morecambe 2-1 Salford
Morecambe closed the gap on the automatic positions with three points against play-off candidates Salford City.
Two second half stoppage time goals from Carlos Mendes Gomes and Aron Wildig overturned a 1-0 deficit to secure all three points for the Shrimps.
Such a dramatic late comeback means that Salford have fallen out of a play-off position.
Cambridge United 0-1 Cheltenham Town
Top of the league Cambridge United lost to third placed Cheltenham Town 1-0 at Abbey Stadium.
A second half goal from Sean Long was all that separated the sides in what was an extremely even affair.
The result means that the gap between first and third is now only two points headed into the final third of the season.
Harrogate Town 1-0 Mansfield Town
Harrogate Town ensured that Mansfield Town's poor form continued beating the Stags 1-0 at the EnviroVent Stadium.
A 46th minute Aaron Martin strike was the only goal of the match despite Nigel Clough’s side accumulating more shots.
The win moves Harrogate up to 13th whilst it ensure Mansfield go back down the table to 19th.
Bradford City 1-0 Leyton Orient
Bradford City defeated bottom half Leyton Orient 1-0 at Valley Parade following the permanent appointment of managers Mark Trueman and Connor Sellars.
An 81st minute Callum Cooke penalty was the difference between the Bantams and the O’s.
The result leaves both sides still in mid-table, 11th and 12th respectively.
Oldham Athletic 0-1 Barrow
Oldham Athletic fell to relegation candidates Barrow 1-0 at Boundary Park.
An 89th minute Scott Quigley winner momentarily moved the Bluebirds out of the bottom two but results elsewhere meant that they stayed in 23rd.
As for Oldham, a third loss in five means the Latics move down to 17th.
Colchester United 1-2 Exeter City
Colchester United's poor form continued as the U’s lost 2-1 to Exeter City.
A goal form Aramide Oteh was overshadowed by strikes from Robbie Willmott and Ben Seymour.
The result means Colchester fall closer the relegation zone with every team below them winning while Exeter moved into a play-off position.
Port Vale 0-0 Stevenage
Port Vale hosted Stevenage at Vale Park in a forgettable 0-0 match.
The result was more beneficial to the Boro as the point moved them above Colchester.
For Vale, a failure to win in four of the last five games means that the midlands team is in a rut of form.
Carlisle United 2-3 Tranmere Rovers
Carlisle United lost 3-2 to Tranmere Rovers in a five-goal thriller at Brunton Park.
Goals from Joshua Kayode and Nick Anderton were quickly forgotten due to a strike from Kayine Woolery and a brace from James Vaughan.
The result further secures Tranmere's place in fifth whilst Carlisle are sitting safely in 10th place.
Bolton Wanderers 2-0 Scunthorpe United
Bolton Wanderers hosted Scunthorpe United in a 2-0 win at the University of Bolton Stadium.
Goals from Eoin Doyle and Antoni Sarcevic ensured that the Trotters picked up an important three points.
The result gives Bolton further hope of entering the play-off positions, moving the Trotters into ninth whilst Scunthorpe remained in 16th.
Grimsby Town 2-1 Crawley Town
Ten-men Grimsby Town defeated Crawley Town 2-1 at Blundell Park.
Goals from Fillipe Morais and Joe Adams overshadowed a first-half goal from Jack Powell.
The result momentarily moved Grimsby up to 23rd, but due to the Southend United result, the Mariners are back down to bottom.
Walsall 0-1 Newport County
Newport County won their second game this year defeating Walsall 1-0 at the Bank Stadium.
A goal from Joss Labadie was what ended up separating the sides.
The result means Newport remain in sixth while Walsall fall down to 15th.
Forest Green Rovers 1-3 Southend United
Southend United shocked Forest Green Rovers 3-1 at the New Lawn Stadium.
Goals from Shaun Hobson, Timothee Dieng and Nathan Ferguson rendered a Jamille Matt strike useless.
The result keeps both sides in the positions they were heading into this game week, but ruined an opportunity for Forest Green to move into first place.