Wilbraham (three and 37) scored either side of Lloyd Dyer's 10th-minute strike as Paul Ince's side raced into a 3-0 lead at the break.

Substitute striker Kevin Gallen (82) completed the scoring and the Dons move ahead of Peterborough on goal difference after Posh were held to a goalless draw by Notts County at London Road.

A 72nd-minute own-goal from Wycombe's Russell Martin gave third-placed Hereford a 1-0 home win which enabled them to maintain their one-point lead over Darlington.

The Quakers had come back from two goals down after Martin Butler (29 and 30) scored in quick succession to give Grimsby the lead.

Pawel Abbott (33 and 44) struck twice to level and Tommy Wright ensured the hosts took maximum points with a spectacular finish in the 64th minute.

David Poole came off the bench to keep Stockport's bid to reach the play-offs on track by scoring the only goal (68) against Lincoln.

Rotherham recorded a crucial 2-1 win over play-off rivals Chesterfield thanks to first-half strikes from Peter Holmes (30) and Marc Joseph (45).

Jamie Ward (75) pulled a goal back for the visitors but the Millers held on to give themselves a four-point cushion between themselves and the Spireites in eighth place.

Michael Proctor (77) scored the decisive goal to give Wrexham a 2-1 win over Bury after Glynn Hurst (45) had equalised Drewe Broughton's (25) opener.

Michael Boulding's 51st-minute strike gave fellow relegation candidates Mansfield a 2-1 win over Bradford at Valley Parade after Barry Conlon (45) had cancelled out Nathan Arnold's (14) early strike.

Macclesfield remain five points above the drop zone after late goals from Jamie Tolley (82) and Francis Green (85) gave them a 2-1 win over Shrewsbury who had led through Dave Hibbert (65).

Morecambe claimed a 3-1 home win over Brentford to keep their faint play-off hopes alive while Barnet won by the same score against Chester at Underhill.