League One round-up

Last updated at 19:46 24 November 2007

Leyton Orient returned to the top of the Coca-Cola League One table after a 1-0

win over Huddersfield.

Adam Boyd netted the only goal of the game after just four minutes as he

latched on to Glenn Morris's long pass to steer a crisp volley past Matthew


Luke Beckett threatened for the Terriers in the closing stages, but Orient held

on to take maximum points.

Orient were able to return to the summit after Carlisle were held to a 2-2 draw

at Brighton.

Simon Hackney put the visitors ahead (34) before Nicky Forster pulled his side

level two minutes after the break.

Joe Garner restored Carlisle's lead after 53 minutes, but despite the dismissal

of George O'Callaghan midway through the second period, Brighton salvaged a

point through Forster's second.

It meant the Cumbrians slipped to third with Nottingham Forest taking full

advantage of their slip-up to move into second courtesy of a 2-0 win over


Arron Davies (45) and Northern Ireland international Sammy Clingan (52) scored

the decisive goals for Colin Calderwood's side.

Swansea consolidated their spot in the play-offs as Steven Jennings' own goal

handed them a 1-0 win over Tranmere, while fellow promotion chasers Doncaster

won 3-1 away at Port Vale.

George Pilkington (10) put Vale ahead, but the visitors bounced back in

emphatic fashion as goals from Lewis Guy (59), James Hayter (68) and Richard

Wellens (81) sealed the win.

Luton got their miserable season back on track with a 1-0 win over Southend.

The Hatters had dropped to the bottom of the table this week after being

deducted 10 points for going into administration but got a timely three points

as Calvin Andrew netted with 16 minutes left.

Lee Hughes scored his first goals for Oldham as they won 3-0 away at


The former West Brom striker scored his first after 56 minutes and then netted

from the penalty spot three minutes from full-time, with Chris Taylor (70)

scoring in between.

Mark Bradley (45) and Ishmel Demontagnac (86) were on target as Walsall beat

Northampton 2-0, while a Dennis Oli brace (46, 59) inspired Gillingham to a 2-1

win over Hartlepool, who had earlier taken the lead through James Brown (25).

Jamie O'Hara (71) and Ali Fuseini (82) helped Millwall to a 2-1 victory over

Yeovil, who had looked to be heading for all three points through James Walker


Four players, two from each side, were sent off by referee Rob Styles as

Swindon's 1-0 win against Bristol Rovers erupted in the closing stages.

Swindon pair Jerel Ifil and Sofiene Zaaboub and Rovers duo Richard Walker and

Steve Elliot saw red in a bizarre finale.

Christian Roberts hit Swindon's winner from a 65th-minute penalty after he had

been brought down by defender Joe Jacobson.

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