Wycombe Wanderers 1-0 Stevenage
Matt Bloomfield scored the winning goal as promoted Wycombe Wanderers ended their League Two campaign by beating Stevenage.
Bloomfield coolly finished on 19 minutes in a game which Wycombe bossed from start to finish.
Wanderers started the game strongly with Paris Cowan-Hall dragging an effort wide on eight minutes before Jack King nearly sliced Nathan Tyson's cross into his own net six minutes later.
The pressure paid off when Bloomfield fired under the keeper on 19 minutes after finding himself in plenty of space.
Cowan-Hall fired over from Michael Harriman's cut back on 25 minutes and the on-song frontman smacked an effort against the crossbar before Danny Newton cleared his follow-up off the line on 55 minutes.
King headed wide for Stevenage just after the hour before Marcus Bean shot wide from the edge of the box at the other end.
Joe Jacobson went close for the home side with a free-kick on 76 minutes and Yves Ma-Kalambay crucially saved with his feet to deny Matty Gooden an equaliser with a minute left to play as the Chairboys said goodbye to League Two in perfect style.
Report supplied by the Press Association.