League One Results Round Up

Last updated : 10 October 2004 By Andy Burton
Despite a "poor" Luton Town performance (Newells words), they still managed a 3-0 win against Hartlepool United at Kenilworth Road. Howard put Town in to a 36th minute lead, with Brkovic (51) and McSheffrey (84) securing the points. Luton 1st, Hartlepool 11th.

Brentford were frustrated at Oakwell against Barnsley - drawing 0-0. Barnsley 16th, Brentford 2nd.

Hull City were second best against Chesterfield at the KC Stadium, but still managed a 1-0 win, even though they had Ian Ashbee sent off on 62 minutes. Their winner came 2 minutes later when Stuart Green netted. Chesterfield wasted good opportunities to level, but wasted them. City 2nd, Chesterfield 8th

Colchester United travelled to the West Midlands and probably wished they hadn't when they went down 2-1. Even though they took the lead through Garcia (71), the Saddlers battled back through Bennett (73) and Emblen (84) to secure their third win of the season. Walsall 18th, Col U 5th.

Bradford City headed south to the Franchise holders and came away with a 2-1 win. McLeod opened for the Franchisees on 20 minutes before Kearney (55) and Adebola (90) secured the points for the Yorkshire side. Franchise 21st, City 6th.

Huddersfield Town made the long trip to Devon and probably wished they hadn't as they let a half time lead (Mendes 39) against Torquay United. Second half strikes from Hill (49) and Kuffour (84) helped the Gulls claim their first home win of the season. United 23rd, Town 9th.

Port Vale secured a win over Doncaster Rovers to keep them in mid table. Two first half goals from Paynter (15) and Matthews (29) kept the points in the Potteries. Vale 13th, Rovers 15th.

Blackpool maintained their revival with a good 2-1 away win over Oldham Athletic at Boundary Park. But it was Oldham who took the lead through Haining on 39 minutes, before the seasiders bounced back through Murphy (43) and Wellens (68) to secure the win. Oldham 20th, Blackpool 22nd.

The games between Swindon/Sheffield Wednesday, Wrexham/Peterborough United and Bristol City/Tranmere Rovers were called off due to international call ups.