League One round-up
By Peter ORourke. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Luton suffered their first defeat of the season after going down 2-1 to Huddersfield at Kenilworth Road.
Junior Mendes stunned the home fans with a first half double (14,36) and although Paul Underwood pulled a goal back on 57 minutes Huddersfield held on for all three points.
Brentford missed the chance to close the gap on Luton after they were held to a goalless draw at MK Dons.
The visitors had to fight for the point after Andy Myers was sent off on the half hour for a second bookable offence.
Bradford moved into third spot after an amazing 5-4 win at Tranmere.
Steven Schumacher gave Bradford the lead on 32 minutes, but Ryan Taylor drew the hosts level from the penalty spot right on the stroke of half time.
Veteran winger Nicky Summerbee restored Bradford's lead on 52 minutes only for Iain Hume to level again for Tranmere.
Dean Windass fired Bradford back in front on 70 minutes and Ben Muirhead gave them a two-goal cushion with a fourth 11 minutes later.
Tranmere immediately reduced the arrears with David Beresford netting and Hume seemed to have earned the hosts a point with an 87th minute equaliser only for David Wetherall to win it for Bradford in the dying seconds.
Bournemouth moved into fifth with a resounding 4-0 win over Port Vale.
John Spicer fired Bournemouth in front on nine minutes and two goals from Brian Stock (39, 45) put the hosts in total control.
Warren Cummings added a fourth a minute after the break to complete the rout.
Bristol City inflicted the first away defeat of the season on Hull with an impressive 3-1 win at Ashton Gate.
Stephen Brooker fired the hosts in front on 38 minutes, but Delroy Facey equalised for the visitors on 54 minutes.
Parity was short-lived as Luke Wilkshire restored the home side's lead four minutes later and Tony Butler made sure of the win with the third five minutes from the end.
Christian Roberts enjoyed a successful debut for Swindon with the only goal in the 1-0 win over Oldham.
A superb hat-trick from Anthony Sweeney helped Hartlepool beat Chesterfield 3-2.
Sweeney gave Hartlepool the perfect start with two quick-fire strikes (3, 8), but Chesterfield battled back with Shane Nicholson reducing the arrears from the penalty spot on 25 minutes before Mark Stallard levelled matters five minutes after the break.
Sweeny completed his hat-trick by netting the winner for the hosts seven minutes from time.
Stockport recorded their first home win of the campaign with a 1-0 success over Peterborough courtesy of Luke Beckett's 64th minute goal.
Jo Kuffour's last gasp goal earned Torquay a 2-2 draw at Doncaster.
Adebayo Akinfenwa fired the visitors in front before a brace from Michael McIndoe (18, 27) turned the game in Doncaster's favour.
It looked like being enough for Doncaster until Kuffour struck at the death to salvage a point.
Walsall came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw at Wrexham.
Dennis Lawrence netted the opener for the home side on 16 minutes, but Julian Bennett grabbed a point for Walsall with a 74th minute equaliser.
Blackpool are still searching for their first home win after being held to a 1-1 draw by Colchester
John Murphy gave Blackpool the perfect start with the opener after just ten minutes, but Kevin Watson levelled matters for Colchester ten minutes from time.
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Blackpool 1-1 Colchester
Bournemouth 4-0 Port Vale
Bristol City 3-1 Hull
Doncaster 2-2 Torquay
Hartlepool 3-2 Chesterfield
Luton 1-2 Huddersfield
MK Dons 0-0 Brentford
Stockport 1-0 Peterborough
Swindon 1-0 Oldham
Tranmere 4-5 Bradford
Wrexham 1-1 Walsall