Despite falling behind when Ephron Mason-Clark opened the scoring, Gateshead struck twice in the second half through Greg Olley and Tom White.

The Heed preserved their place inside the Play-Off places and remain a point clear of Eastleigh.

From one goalkeeper to another, Andy Lonergan helped Rochdale to their first victory since he arrived on an emergency loan, beating Shrewsbury Town 2-1.

Manager Keith Hill was relieved of his duties in the Dale dugout earlier in the week, with Brian Barry-Murphy taking charge, and Kgosi Ntlhe and Jim McNulty got themselves on the scoresheet as they bid to climb out of the relegation zone. 

Hayden Coulson came off the bench for Cambridge United, who secured a point at home to Oldham Athletic.

Harrison Dunk scored an own goal with 12 minutes played, but Jevani Brown was on target with a minute of second-half action gone.

Luke Armstrong couldn’t add to his goal tally for Accrington on Saturday, with Stanley losing 2-0 away to promotion-chasing Barnsley.

Dimitri Cavare’s strike and an own goal from Will Wood prove decisive for the South Yorkshire-based side in the closing stages of the first half.

Armstrong, who notched his second goal for Accrington in midweek, was withdrawn with just over half an hour played for fellow forward Billy Kee.

Stephen Walker was left on the bench for MK Dons who maintained their promotion push with a 3-1 win over Macclesfield Town.

Alex Pattison featured for Yeovil Town, who were beaten 1-0 away to League Two table toppers Lincoln City on Friday night.

Sam Stubbs continued his role in the heart of defence for Notts County, who suffered a heavy defeat away to Cheltenham Town.

Goals from Will Boyle, Luke Varney, Billy Waters and Tyrone Barnett kept County rooted to the bottom of League Two.

Ben Liddle remains sidelined for Forest Green with a groin injury, and Rovers were defeated 3-0 on the road against Morecambe. 

Meanwhile, Martin Braithwaite and Leganes were beaten 1-0 away to Atletico Madrid.