League One Round-up
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Luton Town are nine points clear at the top after a 2-1 win over Peterborough.Luton Town are nine points clear at the top of League One after a 2-1 home win over Barry Fry's Peterborough United.
On-loan striker Rowan Vine gave The Hatters the lead just after the half hour mark, but Curtis Woodhouse levelled for The Posh just after the break.
Paul Underwood restored Luton's lead with a 57th minute strike that proved to be the winner at Kenilworth Road.
Tranmere Rovers moved up two places to second after an Ian Hume brace gave Brian Little's side a 2-1 victory at Torquay United.
Hume put Rovers in front two minutes in before Alex Russell equalised for The Gulls ten minutes after the break.
Canadian international Hume then struck again with three minutes remaining for the win in South Devon.
Hull City dropped to third in the table after being held to goalless draw by bottom club Stockport County at The Kingston Communications Stadium.
A first half John Salako penalty gave Brentford a 1-0 victory over struggling Walsall at The Bescot Stadium.
A late Antony Kay strike gave Barnsley a 1-0 victory over ten-man Chesterfield at Oakwell, as The Spireites had Mark Innes sent off for violent conduct in the second half.
Colchester United needed to come from a goal down to earn a 1-1 draw with Oldham Athletic at Boundary Park.
David Eyres gave The Latics 1-0 half time lead before Greg Halford earned a point for the Essex club 11 minutes after the restart.
Ten-man Swindon Town moved up four places to seventh with a late 1-0 victory over Bradford City at The County Ground.
Sammy Igoe scored the winner with three minutes remaining for The Robins, despite Andy King's side having Sam Parkin sent off for violent conduct four minutes earlier.
Paul Sturrock's first match in charge of Sheffield Wednesday ended in an emphatic 3-0 victory at Wrexham.
Steven MacLean gave The Owls a first half lead before Chris Brunt made it two ten minutes after the break and Adam Proudlock sealed the three points for the Hillsborough club to give the former Plymouth Argyle and Southampton a positive start to his tenure in South Yorkshire.
The big result of the day in League One came at Dean Court, as Carling Cup heroes Bournemouth destroyed Doncaster Rovers 5-0.
Sean O'Driscoll's side seemed buoyed from the second round scalp of Premiership side Blackburn Rovers and went 4-0 in front before the break against hapless Donny.
Dani Rodrigues and James Hayter made it 2-0 after five minutes before midweek hero Eddie Howe and Garreth O'Connor made it four midway through the opening half.
Hayter scored his second of the match in the second half to complete the rout on the South Coast.
Bristol City came from two goals down to earn a 3-3 draw with Huddersfield Town at Ashton Gate.
The Robins started brightly when Scott Murray scored his 50th League goal after nine minutes, but Danny Schofield levelled for Peter Jackson's Terriers on 28 minutes.
Pawel Abbott then put the West Yorkshire side in front seven minutes later for a 2-1 half time lead.
Chris Brandon made it 3-1 on the hour mark before City turned the match around in the final eight minutes.
Leroy Lita made it 3-2 from the penalty spot before a David Mirfin own-goal in the dying stages salvaged a point for the West Country club.
Milton Keynes Dons won a six-goal thriller over Hartlepool United 4-2 at The National Hockey Stadium.
Pools took the lead through Adam Boyd before Izale McLeod equalised for MK Dons for a 1-1 half time scoreline.
Stuart Murdoch's side then had a storming start to the second half, as Wade Small and a Gary Smith penalty put the home side 3-1 in front.
McLeod scored his second on 57 minutes for 4-1 before both sides were reduced to ten men, as McLeod made two bookable offences in the space of a minute while Hartlepool's Antony Sweeney suffered the same fate with two yellow cards in two minutes.
Boyd then finished the scoring with Pools' second, but it was an excellent home win for MK Dons.
Finally, Blackpool recorded a fine 3-0 away win at Port Vale.
Scott Taylor and a brace from Scott Vernon gave Colin Hendry's Seasiders three important points after a struggling start to the season.
Click below for match summaries:
Barnsley 1-0 Chesterfield
Bournemouth 5-0 Doncaster
Bristol City 3-3 Huddersfield
Hull 0-0 Stockport
Luton 2-1 Peterborough
MK Dons 4-2 Hartlepool
Oldham 1-1 Colchester
Port Vale 0-3 Blackpool
Swindon 1-0 Bradford
Torquay 1-2 Tranmere
Walsall 0-1 Brentford
Wrexham 0-3 Sheff Wed
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