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Newz Forum: SOCCER: Coca-Cola League One results 15/01/05

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posted on Jan, 15 2005 @ 12:45 PM
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Luton moved back to the top of Coca-Cola League One as they beat bottom club Stockport at Kenilworth Road and Hull were held to a draw at home to Peterborough.
 

Goals from Chris Coyne, Steve Howard and a penalty from Kevin Nicholls earned Mike Newell's side a convincing win over the visitors. Chris Turner's side are still five points adrift at the foot of the table after the 3-0 defeat, while Luton return to the top above Hull on goal difference. The Tigers lost top spot after a dramatic last-minute goal from Posh ensured the points were shared at the Kingston Communications Stadium. Steven Thomson scored in the first half for the visitors. But former England international Nick Barmby levelled after the break, and Stuart Green added a second. Calum Willock scored in the dying stages to deny Peter Taylor's side a ninth consecutive league win.


Tranmere thrashed Wrexham 5-1 with a stunning display at the Racecourse Ground. Chris Dagnall and Iain Hume scored in the first half, and Gareth Roberts added a third just after the break for Rovers. Chris Armstrong pulled one back for the home side, but goals from Theodore Whitmore and Paul Hall sealed the win.


Sheffield Wednesday scored in the last minute against Bournemouth to grab a point at Dean Court. Garreth O'Connor had given the Cherries an 11th-minute lead, but Paul Heckingbottom scored with seconds remaining.


Bristol City could not take advantage of Wednesday's slip as they were held to a goalless draw with Bradford at Ashton Gate.


On-loan striker Michael Chopra scored a hat-trick as Barnsley beat Huddersfield 4-2 at Oakwell. The 21-year-old, on loan from Newcastle, opened the scoring after nine minutes - and grabbed a second on 24. Michael Boulding added a third before the Terriers hit back through Pawel Abbott and Andy Booth. But Chopra scored with three minutes left.


Ben Harding and Wade Small scored early goals for Milton Keynes Dons against Colchester. Danny Wilson's side are out of the bottom three after the 2-0 win against the Us.


Oldham could not build on last week's FA Cup giant-killing heroics against Manchester City, going down 2-1 to Doncaster at Boundary Park. Gregg Blundell scored for the visitors in the opening minute, and Jermaine McSporran added a second with nine minutes remaining. Scott Vernon pulled one back for the Latics, but it remained 2-1 to Dave Penney's side.


Eddie Hutchinson scored the winner as Brentford prevailed 1-0 at Port Vale.


Blackpool were rescued by Peter Clarke as they grabbed a 2-2 draw at Swindon. Keigan Parker opened the scoring for the Seasiders, but a Sam Parkin double put the Robins in command. Clarke then pounced in the 90th minute to secure a point for Colin Hendry's men.


Hartlepool came from behind to beat Torquay 2-1 at Plainmoor. Jo Kuffour scored for the Gulls, but Pool won after goals from Joel Porter and Antony Sweeney in the second half.


Darren Wrack, Jorge Leitao and Matt Fryatt were on the scoresheet as Walsall beat Chesterfield 3-0 at the Bescot Stadium.

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