A trio of Norwich City loan exports started as Accrington Stanley beat Disney documentary stars Wrexham 2-0.

Canaries academy graduates Jon McCracken, Brad Hills and Lewis Shipley formed 60% of John Coleman's defence as the League Two promotion contenders visited the Wham Stadium, Tommy Leigh's second-half penalty getting the ball rolling.

Rosaire Longelo secured the win in the final quarter, aided by a solid defensive performance from the Norfolk contingent. The win means Accrington are currently seventh in the fourth tier, squeezing into the play-off places ahead of Gillingham and Morecambe.

Hills especially has made an impression in Lancashire, starting all but two of Stanley's 23 games this season. Shipley struggled with injury upon arrival at the club but has now played seven times, while goalkeeper McCracken's emergency loan is continually being renewed.

Archie Mair featured between the sticks for Gateshead against National League high-flyers Barnet, who drew with Norwich in pre-season this summer. The Tynesiders pulled off a shock victory over the Bees, Stephen Wearne's double helping them to an impressive win.

Young Striker Kenny Coker came on as a substitute in Chelmsford City's 2-0 FA Trophy win at Harborough Town, replacing Mo Dabre after 74 minutes and crashing the post with a header two minutes later. Callum Jones had opened the scoring in Leicestershire, with Henry Ochieng adding to the margin of victory late on.