Date: 25th August 2015 at 11:11am
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Exeter’s League 2 season continued with a draw against York at St James Pak on Saturday.

A recovery from that first defeat was made but Exeter’s midweek win prior couldn’t be followed up with another as the Grecians had to settle for a nil-nil draw against York at the weekend.

Following this draw, which didn’t see too many clear cut chances, Exeter did move up to 8th.

The other results this weekend were as follows:-

Bristol R 3 – 1 Barnet
Cambridge Utd 0 – 3 Crawley
Carlisle 1 – 1 AFC W’don
Exeter 0 – 0 York City
Mansfield 1 – 1 Oxford Utd
Newport 2 – 3 Leyton Or
Northamptn 0 – 2 Plymouth
Notts Co 1 – 1 Accrington
Portsmth 3 – 3 Morecambe
Stevenage 2 – 0 Hartlepool
Wycombe 1 – 1 Dag + Red
Yeovil 3 – 2 Luton

Looking at these results the stand out ones have to be the wins for Crawley, Stevenage and Yeovil, all winning for the first time this season!

Crawley’s three-nil win against Cambridge, who had been free scoring but also conceding goals too mind, was all the more impressive given this first win of the campaign came away from home for the Reds at the Abbey Stadium.

It was also an impressive scalp for Teddy Sheringham’s Stevenage with the former England striker getting his first win in management by guiding Boro to a two-nil win at Broadhall Way against a Hartlepool side that previously had a 100% record in league and cup.

Was the result of the League 2 weekend Yeovil’s three-two win against Luton? Quite possible so! The Hatters haven’t found the going easy so far this season but not only did Yeovil win for a first time this season the Glovers came back from two-goals down to secure this three-two win at Huish Park!

Who was the Exeter Man of the Match in this game? That’s what the latest poll is asking so do cast a vote.

Did a starter, or someone from the bench, offer the most in this goalless draw?

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Exeter are back in action this weekend with a League 2 game against AFC Wimbledon at Kingsmeadow, before this though the Grecians are of course looking for another League Cup scalp against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light!