League One round-up
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Leaders Luton Town defeated struggling Stockport County 3-1 at Edgeley Park.Luton Town heaped more misery on Stockport County manager Sammy McIlroy after a 3-1 away success at Edgeley Park.
Mike Newell's side continued their surprisingly excellent start to the campaign with two goals in two first half minutes from Steve Robinson and Rowan Vine before Ahmet Brkovic (pictured) made it three nine minutes after the break.
Richard Lambert scored a consolation for Stockport, but it proved not enough and the defeat is sure to put more pressure on the former Macclesfield Town and Northern Ireland boss.
Hull City recorded a good win at Barry Fry's Peterborough United, with Peter Taylor's side winning 3-2 at London Road.
Calum Willock gave Posh the lead after two minutes, but Stuart Elliott levelled matters on 22 minutes for a 1-1 score at the break.
Leon Cort gave the Humberside visitors the lead eight minutes after the break before Elliott scored his second on 65 minutes.
Andy Clarke got a late consolation for the home side, but it was The Tigers who took the points.
A first half goal from Mark Hudson gave Chesterfield a 1-0 victory over Walsall at Saltergate.
Tranmere Rovers came from a goal down to earn a 1-1 draw with Wrexham in an ill-tempered early kick-off at Prenton Park.
It was the visitors who took the lead seven minutes before the break when Chris Armstrong put The Dragons in front.
However, the home side levelled just before the hour mark when Gareth Roberts made it 1-1.
Both sides then finished with 10 men, as Armstrong and Tranmere's Michael Jackson were both sent off for violent conduct while Wrexham boss Denis Smith was also sent from the dugout by Andre Marriner.
A first half penalty from John Salako gave Brentford a 1-0 win over Port Vale at Griffin Park, with the visitors losing George Pilkington to a red card offence from the penalty award.
Milton Keynes Dons got an Izale McLeod goal just before the break to earn a 1-0 win at Colchester United.
Hartlepool United thrashed struggling Torquay United 4-1 at Victoria Park.
Joel Porter, Antony Sweeney, Mark Tinkler and Richie Humphreys had the goals for Neale Cooper's side, with Martin Gritton's first half strike the only reply for the hapless Gulls.
Doncaster Rovers earned a 1-1 draw with Oldham Athletic at Belle Vue.
Jamaican international Jermaine Johnson gave the visitors the lead six minutes before the break, but a Michael McIndoe penalty on the stroke of half time meant the points were shared.
Barnsley took the Yorkshire derby clash with Huddersfield Town with a 2-0 win at The Galpharm Stadium.
Barry Conlon gave The Tykes the lead after 10 minutes before a David Mirfin own goal made it two to Paul Hart's side, as Efe Sodje was sent off in the dying stages for The Terriers.
Swindon Town denied Blackpool their first win of the season with a 1-1 draw at Bloomfield Road.
Scott Taylor's first half strike was cancelled out by a second half equaliser from on-loan striker Darius Henderson.
Bristol City were brought crashing down to earth by a 4-1 thrashing at the hands of Bradford City at Valley Parade.
Goals from Steven Schumacher, new loan signing Neil Roberts, David Wetherall and Dele Adebola gave The Bantams a comfortable win over their West Country opponents.
Scott Murray scored a late consolation for the hapless Robins, as their early season struggles continue.
Finally, John Spicer's goal four minutes before half time gave Bournemouth a 1-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough - a result that ended Chris Turner's time as Owls manager after he was abruptly sacked following the match.
Blackpool 1-1 Swindon Town
Bradford City 4-1 Bristol City
Brentford 1-0 Port Vale
Chesterfield 1-0 Walsall
Colchester United 0-1 Milton Keynes Dons
Doncaster Rovers 1-1 Oldham Athletic
Hartlepool United 4-1 Torquay United
Huddersfield Town 0-2 Barnsley
Peterborough United 2-3 Hull City
Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Bournemouth
Stockport County 1-3 Luton Town
Tranmere Rovers 1-1 Wrexham
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