League One round-up
By Alex Dunn
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
League One leaders Luton had to be content with a point at home to Colchester.League One leaders Luton Town had to be content with a point at home despite twice taking the lead against Colchester.
Talented hit-man Rowan Vine netted a brace but saw his efforts pegged backed by Richard Garcia and Greg Halford respectively.
Game of the day took place at Oakwell, where Barnsley squandered a three-goal lead to draw 3-3 with lowly Stockport.
An unlikely brace from Tony Vaughan and one from the diminutive Chris Shuker put Barnsley in command but in the last half hour, goals from Warren Feeney, Stuart Barlow and Richard Lambert secured a spirited point for Chris Turner's new boys.Jason McAteer and Ryan Taylor proved the difference at The Bescot Stadium as Tranmere beat Walsall 2-0.
Wrexham were too strong for Chesterfield at home as they claimed an impressive 3-1 success.
The Racecourse Ground celebrated goals from Stephen Roberts, Mark Jones and Chris Llewellyn, whilst Chesterfield's consolation came from Mark Stallard.
Bristol City's faltering push for a play-off place continues after a 0-0 stalemate at home to Hartlepool.
Former Arsenal youngster John Spicer twice gave Bournemouth the lead but they had to settle for a point against Huddersfield.
John McAlisky and David Mirfin winning a point for Peter Jackson's promotion chasers.
Danny Wilson continues impressive early work at MK Dons with a 3-1 with over Blackpool.
Goals from Izale McLeod and Stuart Palmer put MK Dons in the ascendancy before Scott Taylor prompted palpitations with a penalty on 81.
However, experienced striker Allan Smart secured the points just a minute later when he netted MK Dons' third.
Oldham put two away defeats behind them when they beat Peterborough 2-1 at Boundary Park.
Richard Logan had cancelled out Scott Vernon's opener for Oldham but on-loan star Neil Kilkenny netted a winner on 54.
Goals from in-form Kenmyne Jones and John-Paul McGovern gave Sheffield Wednesday maximum spoils in their 2-0 win at Port Vale.
Swindon were too good for Brentford as they cruised to a 3-0 win on home soil.
Bradley Hewlett, Brian Howard and the prolific Sam Parkin were all on target for Andy King's promotion chasers.
Torquay's improved form continued with a creditable 0-0 stalemate with Bradford City.
Click below for individual match summaries:
Barnsley 3-3 Stockport
Bournemouth 2-2 Huddersfield
Bristol City 0-0 Hartlepool
Luton 2-2 Colchester
MK Dons 3-1 Blackpool
Oldham 2-1 Peterborough
Port Vale 0-2 Sheff Wed
Swindon 3-0 Brentford
Torquay 0-0 Bradford
Walsall 0-2 Tranmere
Wrexham 3-1 Chesterfield
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