- NOTTS COUNTY 1 - 2 YEOVIL TOWN
Yeovil Town moved back into the League One play-off places after winning at Notts County.
Paddy Madden gave the Glovers the lead in first half stoppage time. Matt Dolan's shot was spilled by Fabian Spiess, and Madden was there to slam in the rebound.
The home side equalised just after the break. Alan Judge scored from the penalty spot after he was fouled by Dan Burn.
But Yeovil regained the lead three minutes later from Dolan's free-kick, which turned out to be the winning goal.
Gary Johnson's men occupy the final play-off position, two points above Tranmere, with a game in hand.
- EXETER CITY 1 - 2 ROCHDALE
Exeter City conceded two late goals as they suffered a shock home defeat to lowly Rochdale.
Jamie Cureton had given the Grecians the lead on the stroke of half-time when he fired in Jake Gosling's cross.
The visitors dominated the second half and levelled three minutes from time when Ian Henderson's shot was deflected past Artur Krysiak. And in stoppage time, a swift counter attack was coolly finished off by Bobby Grant.
Paul Tisdale's men remain seventh, three points above Fleetwood.
- TORQUAY UNITED 1 - 3 BRADFORD CITY
Torquay United were beaten by League Cup finalists Bradford at Plainmoor.
Joss Labadie had put the Gulls ahead in the third minute when he fired in Thomas Cruise's cross at the second attempt.
But the lead only lasted four minutes. Gary Jones' free-kick was headed in by Rory McArdle.
The visitors soon went ahead. Garry Thompson netted with a fierce strike from the edge of the area.
And James Hanson's header wrapped up the three points early in the second half.
Torquay drop down to 21st spot, just one point clear of the relegation zone.
- YORK CITY 2 - 0 PLYMOUTH ARGYLE
Plymouth Argyle's run of three straight wins was ended by fellow strugglers York City.
It was Nigel Worthington's first win as York manager, and the team's first in 17 games.
Ashley Chambers opened the scoring in the 20th minute, and Richard Cresswell doubled the advantage nine minutes later after Tom Platt's header was cleared off the line.
Argyle slip to 22nd, just one point ahead of the drop zone, but with a game in hand.