Former Shamrock Rovers and Sligo Rovers striker Eoin Doyle continued his incredible goalscoring exploits in League Two with a brace against Scunthorpe that moved Swindon Town three points clear at the top of the table.
Doyle's header gave the home side the lead shortly before half-time and the prolific striker took his tally for the season to 25 on 77 minutes to secure the win.
The Dubliner is having a remarkable campaign with Swindon, where he'd been on loan from Bradford City.
Bradford recalled Doyle in early January but he returned to Swindon on a permanent deal at the end of the month.
He'd been on something of a barren run before tonight, having gone four games without a goal, but the 31-year-old ended it in style as Swindon kept up their promotion push.