FOREST Green Rovers are the new leaders in League Two after a 3-1 home win against Crawley Town.

Two goals from Joseph Mills, the second from the penalty spot, either side of an Aaron Collins strike saw Rovers build a commanding lead before Mason Enigbokan-Bloomfield replied for the visitors.

The victory was a fourth in an unbeaten run of six matches for Mark Cooper’s team and saw them replace Exeter City at the top of the table after the Grecians could only draw 1-1 at Crewe Alexandra.

Dean Moxey gave Exeter an early lead at Gresty Road but Chuma Anene equalised for the Railwaymen after 76 minutes to leave both sides a point behind Forest Green.

Newport County are up to third in the table after George Nurse’s goal deep into injury time gave them a 1-0 home success over Carlisle United.

Stevenage stay bottom of the standings and without a win yet this season after losing 3-1 at Colchester United.

Jason Cowley put Stevenage in front but second-half goals from Tom Eastman, Frank Nouble, from the penalty spot, and Kwame Adubofour-Poku completed the turnaround.

Cambridge United and Macclesfield Town shared the points in a 2-2 draw.

Goals from Theo Archibald and Arthur Gnahoua overturned the early lead given to Cambridge by Jack Roles before Sam Smith equalised for the Us late on.

An injury-time equaliser by Abobaker Eisa ensured four goals were also shared equally at Home Park as Scunthorpe United hit back to draw 2-2 with Plymouth Argyle.

Alex Gilliead put the visitors ahead after seven minutes before a Will Aimson double swung the match in Argyle’s favour. However, Eisa had the final say with 93 minutes on the clock.

James Brophy’s strike gave Leyton Orient a 1-0 win at Northampton Town, while Krystian Pearce struck in injury time to give 10-man Mansfield Town a 1-0 victory at Grimsby Town.

The Stags had Hayden White sent off after an hour at Blundell Park.

Goals from Luke Armstrong, Jake Jervis and Ibou Touray saw Salford City win 3-0 at Walsall, while Ryan Broom cancelled out Filipe Morais’ opening goal as Cheltenham Town drew 1-1 at Oldham Athletic.

John O’Sullivan put Morecambe ahead at Port Vale but then had Jordan Cranston sent off before half-time as the hosts replied through Luke Joyce and a Tom Pope double to win 3-1.