Date: 29th February 2016 at 11:49am
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Shrewsbury’s League 1 season continued with a draw against Colchester at the Weston Homes Community Stadium on Saturday.

A point (following on from the FA Cup defeat against Man United ahead of this) is something Shrewsbury had to be content with from a nil-nil draw with bottom of the table Colchester.

Jayson Leutwiler wasn’t tested by Chris Porter, when probably the Shrewsbury ‘keeper should have been, with the Shrews denied when Abu Ogogo hit the post we also saw Andrew Mangan pass up a good chance to win it.

This point helps us more than it does Colchester, who have now failed to win in a club record 19-matches in the league so it could certainly be worse for us couldn’t it!

These were the other results.

Friday 26th February 2016
Port Vale 3-1 Southend

Saturday 27th February 2016
Blackpool 0-1 Bradford
Burton 0-0 Walsall
Colchester 0-0 Shrewsbury
Coventry 1-2 Fleetwood
Crewe 1-2 Barnsley
Doncaster 1-1 Millwall
Gillingham 1-2 Chesterfield
Peterborough 1-2 Swindon
Rochdale 2-0 Sheff Utd
Scunthorpe 1-1 Oldham
Wigan 3-0 Bury

The weekend fixtures began with Port Vale (three-one) collecting an impressive three-one win over Southend, who just early that week had beaten the League 1 leaders with Burton (nil-nil) themselves then held by promotion rivals Walsall.

Gillingham’s (two-one) bid is faltering at the moment with another defeat suffered against a Chesterfield side battling to stay up, which this three-points will certainly help with but it’s Wigan (three-nil) that continue a near relentless charge towards winning the title with the Latics’ stunning form after a rocky start seeing Bury brushed aside.

A Colchester (nil-nil) draw didn’t really do too much to help their fading chances of staying up, against a relegation rival Shrewsbury with Blackpool’s (one-nil) descent from the topflight towards the basement league still at risk with a defeat suffered at home to Bradford.

Fleetwood (two-one) picked up a big three-points at Coventry to help the Cod Army’s survival hopes whilst denting the Sky Blues’ promotion bid at the Ricoh Arena.

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