League Two round-up
Ince's men brush aside Lincoln, while Darlo go second
Last Updated: October 14, 2007 4:29pm
Knight: Two-goal hero
MK Dons continued their fine of form with a thumping 4-0 win over Lincoln.
Darlington are three points behind Paul Ince's side after their 4-0 success over Stockport.
Peterborough kept pace with the leading pack with a 2-1 victory over Wycombe.
MK Dons extended their lead at the top of League Two with a comfortable 4-0 win over Lincoln City.
Goals from Leon Knight (2), Lloyd Dyer and Aaron Wilbraham were enough to give Ince's men a club record seventh league win on the trot.
Knight broke the deadlock right on the stroke of half-time with a superb strike after a good team move to put the home side in the driving seat.
MK Dons doubled their lead on 70 minutes when Dyer found the net with a deflected shot after he was unselfishly set up by Alan Navarro.
Aaron Wilbraham added a third eight minutes later with a well-taken shot from Mark Wright's cross.
Knight grabbed his second of the contest eight minutes from time when he raced clear to slot the ball past Alan Marriott.
Darlington moved into second spot with a resounding 4-0 win over Stockport.
Tommy Wright got the ball rolling for Dave Penney's side with the opener on 21 minutes and veteran striker Julian Joachim added a second seven minutes later.
Gregg Blundell put the game beyond Stockport with Darlington's third nine minutes from time and Wright registered his second of the contest four minutes later to wrap up the victory.
Aaron McLean's late strike gave Peterborough a 2-1 success over Wcyombe at London Road.
After a goalless first half George Boyd broke the deadlock three minutes into the second half for the home side.
Wycombe fought back and drew level five minutes through Matt Bloomfield.
Peterborough grabbed the winner three minutes from time when McLean headed home.
Accrington Stanley moved into the top half of the table with a 3-1 victory at Dagenham & Redbridge.
The visitors hit the front on 16 minutes when Leighton McGivern found the target, but Dagenham were gifted an equaliser 10 minutes later when Peter Cavanagh put through his own net.
Parity proved short-lived as Andrew Proctor restored Accrington's lead a minute later.
Paul Mullin made sure of the win for Accrington with their third goal 12 minutes from time.