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ENGLISH LEAGUE TWO

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
18 Hartlepool 7 9 11 30
19 Crewe 6 10 11 28
20 Accrington 6 8 12 26
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Leaders Doncaster see off Crewe to extend winning run

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Doncaster ran out 3-1 winners for the third consecutive game as they swept past strugglers Crewe.

Goals from Conor Grant, John Marquis and Tommy Rowe helped Doncaster to a sixth win in seven matches to strengthen their place at the top of the Sky Bet League Two table.

Grant slammed in from 25 yards with 22 minutes on the clock to put Doncaster in front and it only looked like being one-way traffic.

But Crewe surged back and grabbed a deserved equaliser when James Jones slammed in after Rovers keeper...

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Former Crewe coach Barry Bennell denies child abuse charges

Barry Bennell was remanded into custody until March 20 for a further hearing to take place.

Former coach Barry Bennell has denied eight child abuse offences.

Bennell, 63, wearing a blue polo neck shirt and appearing via videolink at Chester Crown Court from HMP Woodhill, answered "not guilty'' to all the charges as they were put to him.

The former Crewe coach denies seven counts of indecent assault on a boy and one count of attempted buggery.

All the offences are alleged to have happened between 1981 and 1986, when the victim was under the age of 16.

Around 30 members of the media sat...

Jack Marriott and Jake Gray earn 10-man Luton comeback win at Crewe

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Goals from Jack Marriott and Jake Gray earned 10-man Luton a 2-1 comeback win at Crewe.

Crewe raised the bar in front of their new manager Dave Artell and took a first-half lead through skipper Ryan Lowe.

Charlie Kirk should have done better when well placed on the left of the box early on, only to drag his finish past the far post.

Jon Guthrie was also left to rue skying a header over from close range after getting on the end of a teasing free-kick from George Cooper.

Luton responded with Marriott forcing...

Goalkeepers star as Morecambe and Crewe share stalemate

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Morecambe and Crewe had to settle for a point each in Sky Bet League Two after two stunning goalkeeping performances in a goalless draw at the Globe Arena.

Morecambe came closest to breaking the deadlock when Lee Molyneux hit the crossbar in the 67th minute after being played-in on goal by Aaron Wildig.

The home side were also denied by a superb save from Ben Garratt, who got down smartly to hold a swerving long-range effort by Michael Rose, while Oiiver Turton almost put a right-wing cross into his...

Billy Kee's header enough for Accrington

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Billy Kee scored the only goal of the game as Accrington recorded a first Sky Bet League Two win in 11 matches at Crewe.

A mix-up involving Alex goalkeeper Ben Garratt and defender Harry Davis saw the ball squirm over the line from Kee's header.

Crewe pushed for an equaliser but could not find a way through as Stanley moved to within three points of their opponents.

Shay McCarten was Accrington's danger man in the early stages, hitting the side-netting, sending a volley inches over and seeing a free-kick...