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Brown hails Southend character
Southend manager Phil Brown was as surprised as anyone by Michael Timlin's match-winning strike against Luton.
Sheridan: The result we wanted
Plymouth all but secured their play-off place with a 3-2 win over Tranmere, whose relegation to the Football Conference was confirmed.
Mellon: A terrific effort
Micky Mellon said that clinching promotion straight back to League One was the culmination of 10 months' hard graft from Shrewsbury.
Appleton wanted more goals
Michael Appleton saw Oxford record a comfortable 2-0 win over Cambridge and was frustrated that they didn't score more goals.
Murray upbeat despite defeat
Adam Murray said his young Mansfield side had given a tantalising glimpse of what was to come as they lost 2-1 at home to Portsmouth.
Day leads in New Orleans
Australia's Jason Day powered to the top of the leaderboard on Saturday with a strong finish to the weather-disrupted second round of the US PGA Tour Zurich Classic.
Flitcroft refusing to give up
David Flitcroft insists the race for League Two promotion is not over after his Bury side won 2-0 at home to AFC Wimbledon.
Hasselbaink: One more push
Burton boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has called for one last effort from his players to secure the League Two title.
Kelly looking to next season
Assistant manager Ned Kelly was relieved to see Scunthorpe's league status secured after they came from behind to beat Gillingham 2-1.
Parky: We did occasion justice
Phil Parkinson was delighted with the way Bradford coped with an emotional day at Valley Parade as they beat Barnsley 3-0 on Saturday.
Robinson salutes MK Dons fight
Karl Robinson paid tribute to MK Dons after a 3-2 win at Rochdale ensured the race for runners-up spot will go down to the last day.
Humes plotting great escape
Colchester boss Tony Humes senses the great escape is on after a 3-2 victory over Fleetwood kept alive their survival aspirations.
Cook: Anderson 'outstanding'
England captain Alastair Cook saluted fast bowler James Anderson for "an outstanding spell" which set up a stunning nine-wicket victory over West Indies in Grenada.
Moore thrilled with big escape
Ronnie Moore basked in Hartlepool's 'astounding' Great Escape after a 2-1 win over Exeter secured their League Two safety.
Grayson: Let's finish the job
Simon Grayson has called for one last push from Preston after Joe Garner's hat-trick secured a vital 3-0 win against Swindon.
The Rocket rallies in Sheffield
Ronnie O'Sullivan rallied to take a 5-3 lead over Matthew Stevens in the second round of the World Snooker Championship at the Crucible on Saturday.
Westley delighted with play-offs
Stevenage boss Graham Westley hailed his side's resilience after they were forced to dig deep to book themselves a play-off spot.
Cotterill pleased with champs
Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill saluted the attitude of his championship-winning team after a 2-0 victory at Chesterfield.
Huge honour to be back - Watson
Watford midfielder Ben Watson was a proud man after his side clinched promotion to the Premier League.
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