Division Three Round-up

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Huddersfield conclusively won the battle of the promotion hopefuls as they recorded a comfortable home win over Yeovil.

The hosts had to wait until five minutes before the interval to break the deadlock as on-loan Pawel Abbott scored his third goal in as many games to make it 1-0. 

Huddersfield chief Peter Jackson (pictured) saw his side double their lead straight after half time as Danny Schofield thumped a left foot shot home.

The same player grabbed The Terriers' third on the hour mark after a flowing move had sent him through. Yeovil netted a late consolation through Darren Way.

Colin Calderwood could not celebrate his Manager of the Month award with a win as his Northampton outfit tripped up away at struggling Kidderminster.

Dean Keates and Dean Bennett both found the net to put the home team 2-0 up and, despite Chris Hargreaves pulling one back on 56, Jan Molby's outfit held on for victory that pushes them six points clear of the bottom two in the division. 

Ezomo Iriekpen's fifth minute effort proved enough for Swansea at Cambridge to keep The Swans' slim hopes of a play-off spot alive.

Leyton Orient and Bristol Rovers shared the spoils at Brisbane Road with the visitors finishing the game with ten men after Ijah Anderson was sent off for the second time this season.

Paul Tait gave Rovers the lead a minute before the break but Jabo Ibehre equalised on 47 to make sure the game ended 1-1.

Division Three:
Cambridge 0-1 Swansea
Huddersfield 3-1 Yeovil
Kidderminster 2-1 Northampton
Leyton Orient 1-1 Bristol Rovers