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Serie A heavyweights head-to-head

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By ESPN Staff
Sep 10, 2005

Exeter thrash Cambridge to go top of Conference

Exeter moved top of the Conference with a 4-0 thrashing of Cambridge United.

Anthony Scully's first of the campaign put them ahead early on and they were 2-0 ahead before the quarter-hour mark thanks to Lee Phillips.

Two goals in four minutes sealed the rout, with Paul Buckle hitting his first of the season just after the hour and Jon Challinor scoring for the second successive game.

Ronnie Henry was sent off and Stevenage lost their 100% home record as they were held to a draw by Hereford.

Both sides had opportunities to settle a scrappy game before Henry was dismissed in stoppage time for a second bookable offence.

The best chances fell in the opening and final minutes, with Anthony Elding missing a great opportunity to give the hosts the lead and Robert Purdie seeing his late effort saved by Alan Julian.

York leapfrog Stevenage into third after they held on for a 2-1 win at Forest Green Rovers.

James Dudgeon made it two goals from two games this season and Mark Convery added a second midway through the second half before Bruno Teixeira pulled one back late on.

Morecambe maintained their unbeaten home record this season with a crushing 5-2 win over Aldershot, who sink to the bottom.

The sides were level at 2-2 going into the break but the hosts pulled clear, with Michael Twiss hitting a brace.

Accrington were also winners with a 2-0 success at Burton Albion, David Brown giving them the lead, and Andrew Mangan sealing the points.

Dagenham & Redbridge recorded the biggest win of the day with a surprise 5-0 dismantling of Altrincham.

The hosts were above their opponents in the table going into the game but a Tresor Kandol double led a completely dominant Daggers' display.

Halifax weren't far behind in the scoring stakes, with a 4-0 success over Tamworth.

Craig Midgley opened the floodgates for the Shaymen, who had been struggling for goals this season.

Woking finally gave their fans some cheer as they snatched a 1-0 win over Southport through a late Justin Richards header.

Crawley climbed off the foot of the table with their first win of the season, Paul Armstrong leading them to a 3-1 triumph over Canvey Island.