Kevin Gallen had given Paul Ince's side the lead at stadium:mk with an 18-yard strike which flew past Rotherham goalkeeper Andy Warrington and into the bottom-left corner of the net in the 16th minute.

But Millers midfielder Danny Harrison produced a finish of similar quality from just outside the penalty area eight minutes from time to earn his side a point.

Second-placed Darlington recorded a 1-0 home victory over Barnet thanks to Julian Joachim's 11th-minute volley.

The Quakers were given a left off though when Josh Wright missed a penalty in the 31st minute which had been awarded after Alan White had brought down Cliff Akurang.

Hereford remain in the chasing pack after they thrashed relegation candidates Dagenham 4-1 at Edgar Street thanks to a brace from Sherjill MacDonald in the ninth and 67th minutes.

Fellow strikers Gary Hooper (21) and a Simon Johnson (45) also scored for the Bulls while Ben Strevens found the net for the visitors in the 33rd minute.

Wrexham remain bottom of the table but their recent revival continued as they extended their unbeaten run to five games with a point in a goalless draw against promotion hopefuls Peterborough at London Road.

Mansfield striker Jefferson Louis scored a dramatic 90th-minute goal to help his side climb out of the relegation zone with a surprise 2-1 away win over sixth-placed Wycombe.

Earlier Michael Boulding had opened the scoring from the penalty spot in the ninth minute for the visitors before Scott McGleish equalised three minutes before the break.

Andy Bishop (56 and 89) continued his recent goalscoring exploits to help Bury come from behind to ease their relegation worries with a 2-1 away win over Bradford who had taken the lead through Peter Thorne in the 23rd minute.

Chesterfield's play-off hopes took a hit after they suffered a 4-2 defeat at Grimsby.

Danny Boshell scored twice from the penalty spot (19 and 86) with Danny North (31) and Nick Hegarty (53) also finding the net while substitutes Kevin Cooper (73) and Jamie Ward (83) both struck for Chesterfield.

Francis Green struck three minutes from time to give Macclesfield a 1-0 away win over Morecambe while Shrewsbury striker James Constable (79) equalised Alan Connell's 57th-minute opener to give his side a point at Brentford.

Daniel Hone scored nine minutes from time to help Lincoln to a 2-1 win over Rochdale after Jamie Forrester had seen his 45th-minute opener levelled by Rene Howe in the 56th minute,

Stockport could only manage a 1-1 draw at Edgeley Park after Tommy Rowe (22) equalised Mike Edwards' ninth-minute strike while Chester were on the wrong end of a 3-2 defeat to Accrington at the Deva Stadium.

Chester had come back from an early strike from Aswad Thomas (14) to lead 2-1 at the break thanks to goals from Paul Butler (20) and John Murphy (34).

Thomas levelled the scores in the 68th minute but Ian Craney was the hero for Stanley with a 90th-minute winner.