Newport County move to third place in League Two after a victory away at Wycombe.
A first-half goal by Mike Flynn secured a win for the Exiles.
Newport County beat Chesterfield in a dramatic game in League Two at Rodney Parade this afternoon.
Danny Crow gave Newport an early lead with a fifth minute header which was equalised by the opposition in the second half.
Chesterfield went down to ten men when Liam Cooper was shown a red card for a foul. Newport's Adam Chapman made it 2-1 with a penalty.
It was Andy Sandell who was responsible for Newport's third goal.
Despite a response from Chesterfield a few minutes later, Newport sealed a victory which sees them move to eighth in the table.
Newport County's away trip to Cheltenham ended in a goalless draw, meaning the Welsh side have maintained their place in the League Two play-off places.
Conor Washington hit the post for Newport before half time, who have now gone five games unbeaten.
Newport County have just kicked off away to Fleetwood in League Two. Exiles' fans are set to see defender Adadeji Oshilaja play a part after he joined the club on a month-long loan from Cardiff City.
Newport County have squandered a good two goals to one half-time lead, to lose by three goals to two at home to Morecambe. Tom Naylor scored an own goal and the visitors scored their third through a penalty kick.
Newport County are leading Morecambe by two goals to one at half-time. Billy Jones put the Exiles one up early on, before Morecambe equalised. Justin Edinburgh's men then scored a second through Robbie Willmott.
Newport County's game against Morecambe at Rodney Parade has just got underway. The Exiles are seeking victory over the team who are currently two places above them in League Two.