>Dunn misses out on award

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Cobblers keeper Chris Dunn has missed out on the League Two Player of the Month award after Bury midfielder Ryan Lowe pipped him to the post this morning. Lowe has scored twice in four games for the Shakers to help them to secure ten points from a possible twelve in January.

Ian Sampson will find out this afternoon whether or not he has done enough to secure the Manager of the Month award.

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