Glovers condemn sorry Spireites

Yeovil Town chalked up a 3-2 victory over Chesterfield on Saturday to send the Spireites back into League Two.

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Chesterfield arrived with hopes of survival still alive after three successive victories and those hopes burned even brighter when they went 2-1 up in the 71st minute.

Jordan Bowery was unmarked at the far post to put Spireites ahead after eight minutes from a right-wing cross, but Dominic Blizzard swept in an equaliser to make it all square at the break.

Danny Whitaker came off the bench and put the visitors in front with a fine strike from outside the box.

Three minutes later Yeovil sub Kieran Agard turned in the box and fired a left-footed drive past Tommy Lee.

With 10 minutes remaining minutes Yeovil snatched the winner . Lee had no chance as Andy Williams beat him from 25 yards for his 17th goal of the season.

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