Win for Cobblers, Argyle draw

Just two League Two fixtures took place on Saturday after the inclement weather forced all other games to be postponed.

Last Updated: 22/12/12 at 21:28

Onismor Bhasera: Put Argyle in front at Accrington

Onismor Bhasera: Put Argyle in front at Accrington

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In the matches that went ahead, Northampton secured their first home win in five with a 2-0 success over struggling Aldershot.

Jake Robinson fired Northampton into the lead just after half-time, before Clive Platt sealed the win in stoppage time.

In the other fixture, Accrington came from a goal behind to draw 1-1 at home to Plymouth Argyle.

Onismor Bhasera put Argyle ahead from close range, only for player-coach James Beattie to level for Stanley, who had goalkeeper Paul Rachubka sent off late on.

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