Terriers go top after fightback

18 September 2010 05:34
Huddersfield Town hit back from two goals down to beat Yeovil Town 4-2 as Lee Clark's side moved to the top of the League One table. Dean Bowditch and Paul Huntington had put the visitors ahead but James McCombe's brace and further goals by Gary Roberts and Scott Arfield gave the Terriers the three points. A Jeff Hughes hat-trick handed Bristol Rovers a 3-0 win at Dagenham and Redbridge with his last goal coming from the penalty spot. Exeter drew 2-2 with Peterborough thanks to goals from Daniel Nardiello and Jamie Cureton. An own goal by Troy Archibald-Henville had put the visitors ahead but in the end they needed an equaliser from Lee Tomlin to secure a point. MK Dons secured a 1-1 home draw with Rochdale as neither side could find the breakthrough in the second half. Matthias Doumbe scored for the hosts after Jason Kennedy had put the visitors in front. A Lee Hughes brace helped Notts County secure a 3-2 win over Leyton Orient, despite throwing away a two-goal lead. Craig Westcarr netted the other goal for County with Ryan Jarvis and Matthew Spring scoring for the visitors. Ournare Tounkare scored after 81 minutes to secure all three points for Oldham against Bournemouth. Kieran Lee had put the visitors ahead but Rhoys Wiggins levelled before Tounkare settled the match. Ten-man Plymouth Argyle secured a memorable 3-2 win over Sheffield Wednesday. The hosts played the entire second half with reduced numbers after Bondz N'Gala was sent off in first-half stoppage time. Carl Fletcher, Bradley Wright-Phillips and Craig Noone scored the goals for Plymouth meaning efforts by James O'Connor and Tommy Miller were futile. Tranmere drew 1-1 with Charlton as Enoch Showunmi's goal cancelled out Scott Wagstaff's effort for the Addicks. Vincent Pericard netted the winner for Swindon who beat Walsall 2-1 away from home. Alan Sheehan scored the other goal for Swindon with Reuben Reid grabbing the hosts' only goal. There were three goalless draws in League One - the games between Brentford and Hartlepool, Carlisle and Brighton, and Southampton and Colchester.

Source: ESA