League One round-up

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Luton Town maintained their lead over Hull City at the summit of the League One table after beating Swindon Town while The Tigers beat Torquay.

The bulk of the goals arrived in the first half at Kenilworth Road with Kevin Nicholls (pictured) and Ahmet Brkovic, the first coming from the penalty spot, putting The Hatters in control.

Michael Procter pulled one back before the interval, however that was as good as it got for the visitors with Peter Holmes' late goal sealing a 3-1 success for the table-toppers.

Hull were made to fight all the way before clinching a 2-0 victory over relegation-threatened Torquay United.

Craig Fagan broke the deadlock on the hour mark from the penalty spot with Stuart Elliott, also from a spot-kick, clinching the three-point haul.

Sheffield Wednesday continue to head the play-off pack with their 3-2 success over Blackpool maintaining their good run of form.

Craig Rocastle's first goal for The Owls put them ahead, however Keith Southern's looping header moments after half time brought the visitors level.

Substitute Andrew Talbot turned the game with his late brace clinching the points for the home side, although there was still time for Richard Wellens to net a consolation.

Chris Dagnall's goal eight minutes after half time secured a 1-0 win for Tranmere Rovers over Hartlepool United at Victoria Park.

Oldham Athletic are just two points above the drop zone after Hector Sam's last-gasp goal lifted Wrexham to a 1-0 win over The Latics.

Walsall were ahead after seven seconds against Bournemouth but ultimately slipped to a 2-1 defeat at Dean Court.

Matt Fryatt gave The Saddlers the perfect start before effort from Steve Fletcher and Garreth O'Connor turned things around.

Stockport County's slim chance of avoiding the drop was dealt a blow following a late 2-1 loss to Colchester.

Warren Feeney had the home side ahead early before Neil Danns' penalty after 30 minutes levelled matters.

Both sides looked like claiming a point apiece before Danns' second in injury time decided the contest.

Doncaster's clash against Brentford and Bristol City's game against Barnsley both finished goalless, although The Tykes finished with 10 men after Michael Chopra's dismissal.

Chesterfield secured a 2-1 win over nine-man Huddersfield Town at Saltergate.

Shane Nicholson's penalty fired the home side ahead with Tom Clarke also landing a red card in the process.

Nicholson's second spot-kick seemed to have ended The Terriers' hopes, however David Mirfin's goal gave Town hope.

Any chances Huddersfield had of claiming a point ended when Efe Sodje saw red with just minutes remaining.

Bradford City fought back from two goals down to claim a 2-2 draw against Peterborough United at London Road.

Two goals in the space of three first half minutes from Steve Thomson and Andy Legg put Posh in firm control of the game.

However, it was the Dean Windass show after the interval with his brace securing a share of the spoils for The Bantams.

Clive Platt's goal shortly after Lee Matthews fired Port Vale ahead bagged a point for MK Dons The National Hockey Stadium.

Click below for League One summaries:
Bristol City 0-0 Barnsley
Chesterfield 2-1 Huddersfield
Doncaster 0-0 Brentford
Hartlepool Utd 0-1 Tranmere
Hull 2-0 Torquay
Luton 3-1 Swindon
MK Dons 1-1 Port Vale
Peterborough 2-2 Bradford
Sheff Wed 3-2 Blackpool
Stockport 1-2 Colchester
Walsall 1-2 Bournemouth
Wrexham 1-0 Oldham

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