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Newz Forum: SOCCER: Coca-Cola League One results 28/12/04

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posted on Dec, 29 2004 @ 07:30 AM
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Rock-bottom Stockport came from 3-0 down to rescue a point against Barnsley.
 

Tony Vaughan's brace and Chris Shuker's goal saw the Tykes lead by three goals just 47 minutes into the game at Oakwell but Warren Feeney's strike sparked a remarkable comeback as Stuart Barlow grabbed another, before Richard Lambert completed the comeback with an equaliser nine minutes from time.


Luton dropped two points at home to Colchester but extended their lead at the top of the table with second-placed Hull not playing until Wednesday. Richard Garcia put the visitors ahead in the first half but Rowan Vine quickly levelled matters before scoring again to put the Hatters ahead. However, Greg Halford's goal shortly after the hour mark ensured Colchester escaped with a point.


Tranmere closed the gap on Hull with a comfortable 2-0 away win at Walsall, Jason McAteer opening the scoring after 57 minutes before Ryan Taylor scored to make sure of the win.


Brentford suffered a 3-0 hammering at the hands of Swindon. Matthew Hewlett broke the deadlock three minutes before the break and Brian Howard doubled the lead after 67 minutes, before Sam Parkin completed the rout.


Wrexham were rarely troubled on their way to a 3-1 win at home to Chesterfield. Stephen Roberts and Mark Jones scored for the home side ahead of Mark Stallard's goal for the Spireites, and Chris Llewellyn stamped out any hopes of a comeback with his second-half effort.


Sheffield Wednesday's resurgence continued with a 2-0 win away to hapless Port Vale, Kenwyne Jones and Jon-Paul McGovern notching in the first half to secure the win.


Neil Kilkenny's winner earned Oldham a 2-1 victory at home to Peterborough. Scott Vernon had fired the Latics ahead only for Richard Logan to level for Posh two minutes later. But Kilkenny, on loan from Premiership Birmingham, popped up after 54 minutes to secure the victory.


MK Dons continued their upturn in fortunes under Danny Wilson, beating Blackpool 3-1 at the National Hockey Stadium. Izale McLeod, for so long the Dons' leading light this season, found the net after 40 minutes and Steve Palmer made it 2-0 in the second half. Scott Taylor got a consolation for the Seasiders with nine minutes to go, but Allan Smart extended the Dons' lead a minute later to wrap up the win.


Huddersfield came from behind twice to draw 2-2 at Bournemouth. John Spicer scored the first of the game only for John McAliskey to equalise. Spicer scored again in the second half only for David Mirfin to score a vital leveller on the hour.


Torquay earned a valuable point with a 0-0 stalemate at home to Bradford while Bristol City played out a goalless draw with Hartlepool.

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