Forest Green cemented their lead at the top of the League Two table with a 4-0 win over Stevenage, and goals by Ken Wilson, Matt Stevens, Jamil Matt and Jake Young caused riots at Lamex Stadium. Their best start ever in the league campaign. It was a comprehensive victory for the impressive Rob Edwards visitors as they deservedly secured their sixth win in eight league games so far to open their four-point lead at the top. In the competitions, with this fourth heavy defeat in the league this season, Leighton Orient reached second place with a 3-1 win over Bristol Rovers. All O’s goals came in the first half as Theo Archibald scored two headed goals from Harry Smith and Aaron Drennan. Brett Pittman scored a consolation goal from a penalty kick in added time. The only team under the Pirates in the table is Oldham, who tied 0-0 with Hartlepool. Harrogate slipped to third after losing his undefeated start to the season in Port Vale. David Worrall put the hosts ahead before Town’s task became even more difficult with a Jack Diamond red card at the end of the first half. James Wilson scored early in the second half to seal Vale’s 2-0 win. Rochdale missed the opportunity to move to the playoffs as they drew 1-1 at Mansfield. Danny Cashman gave the lead to Dale but Danny Johnson equalized to end four losing league games for the Staggers, Exeter netted back-to-back wins for the first time this season thanks to Ben Goodlev’s own goal and saw Sam Numby’s effort. City beat Sutton 2-0 and moved up to fifth, Tranmere racked up a winning streak at home with a 2-0 win over Salford with both teams finishing with ten men. Kieron Morris put Rovers ahead with a penalty before Ebo Toray was sent off for the visitors, and Jay Spiering’s red card saw things settled numerically just before the break, but Rovers cemented their lead early in the second half with an Elliott Nevitt header. The 22nd minute goal saw Crowley win away from home for the first time this season as he achieved a 1-0 win over Colchester, and Conthorpe squandered a two-goal lead and had to draw 2-2 with Carlisle. Aaron Jarvis and Manny Onarias scored for iron in the first half before a late reply from Jordan Gibson and Brennan Dickinson’s stoppage-time header, James Clark netted his former side to give Newport a late 2-1 win over Walsall. Mickey put Demetriou County ahead and Matt Dolan had a chance to double the lead just before halftime, but saw Karl Rushworth’s penalty kick and there was still first-half time for Therese Schaide to equalize and it looked like his goal would. The Sadlers earned a point, before their former defender Clarke scored the winning goal for Newport three minutes left, and an early start saw Northampton and Swindon draw 1-1 at Sixfields. Tyrese Simpson put Robbins in front but Fraser Horsfall equalized in the 83rd minute, as it was 1-1 at Valley Parade as Charles Vernam scored Bradford’s goal against Barrow, who had advanced from Josh Kay in the first half.