League One round-up
By Mark Kendall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
It was a good day for the top two in League One as Luton and Hull both won.It was a good day for the top two in League One as Luton and Hull both claimed victories.
Luton ground out a narrow 1-0 win at Bradford courtesy of Rowan Vine's (pictured) strike after just 10 minutes at Valley Parade.
Hull took advantage of Tranmere's postponed game with Brentford to open up a four-point gap to third place.
Peter Taylor's men looked to be cruising to a comfortable home victory against Wrexham after a Danny Allsopp brace had put them two up shortly before the hour mark.
But Hector Sam ensured a nervy finish when he pulled one back with 15 minutes remaining.
A Steven MacLean double helped Sheffield Wednesday keep pace with the leaders as The Owls claimed a comprehensive 3-1 win at Chesterfield.
MacLean put the visitors two up, and Lee Peacock made it three with 12 minutes remaining to make Mark DeBolla's last-minute strike nothing more than a consolation.
Hartlepool and Bournemouth also closed on Tranmere after claiming 1-0 wins at Port Vale and Barnsley respectively.
Joel Porter was Pools' match-winner with the fastest goal of the day in England after just a minute and nine seconds.
Garreth O'Connor clinched the points for Bournemouth at Oakwell, pouncing 20 minutes from time.
Swindon could only take a point from their trip to struggling Torquay despite a two-goal salvo from Sam Parkin, with Leon Constantine and Jo Kuffour on the scoresheet for The Gulls.
Bristol City revived their flagging promotion ambitions with a 2-0 success at Colchester, second half strikes from Steve Brooker and the prolific Leroy Lita proving decisive.
Doncaster increased Peterborough's relegation worries with a win by the same scoreline at London Road, Neil Roberts and Steve Foster grabbing the goals.
Huddersfield clung on for a narrow 1-0 triumph over Blackpool, The Terriers took the lead through Luke Beckett after just two minutes but had to play the last half-hour with ten men after Chris Brandon's dismissal.
Milton Keynes Dons took a valuable point from their trip to Walsall after a goalless draw, while basement boys Stockport gave themselves renewed hope of beating the drop with a 2-1 win at Oldham.
Goals from Kevan Hurst and Warren Feeney clinched an unexpected success for The Hatters, who held on despite Scott Vernon's reply for Oldham.
Barnsley 0-1 Bournemouth
Bradford 0-1 Luton
Chesterfield 1-3 Sheff Wed
Colchester 0-2 Bristol City
Huddersfield 1-0 Blackpool
Hull 2-1 Wrexham
Oldham 1-2 Stockport
Peterborough 0-2 Doncaster
Port Vale 0-1 Hartlepool
Torquay 2-2 Swindon
Walsall 0-0 MK Dons
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