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Grant Holt carried out a smash and grab at Huish Park, as he struck in the 88th minute to give Forest maximum points at Yeovil.

Martin Foyle's Port Vale bounced back from defeat last weekend to claim a 2-1 victory over Blackpool courtesy of strikes from strike duo Leon Constantine (45) and Akpo Sodje (68) - with Keith Southern grabbing a late consolation for the away side.

Swansea's Andy Robinson struck in the 73rd minute to earn his side a 1-0 victory over Bradford, while Scottish midfielder Gary McDonald was Oldham's matchwinner at Boundary Park in a 1-0 win over Scunthorpe. We play Oldham on Tues.

Millwall's poor form continued at The Den as Marvin Elliott put through his own goal in the 88th minute to hand managerless Brighton a 1-0 success on their travels.

Leon Best, a Nottingham lad continues to impress on-loan at Bournemouth as his 22nd minute strike saw off Crewe at Dean Court.

Next weeks lambs to the slaughter, Carlisle came back from going behind to earn a 1-1 draw with Northampton, with freescoring Karl Hawley levelling out Scott McGleish's opener for The Cobblers.

Huddersfield slumped to a surprise defeat at Cheltenham as Grant McCann (10) and JJ Melligan (71) struck before Pawel Abbott grabbed scant consolation late on.

Chesterfield were victors at Saltergate as Paul Shaw grabbed a 28th minute winner in a 2-1 victory over Rotherham. Caleb Folan had handed the home side an 8th minute lead, only for Will Hoskin to fire a leveller minutes later.

Doncaster suffered a home loss to Gillingham, who were two goals up in the first half courtesy of Andrew Crofts and a Michael Flynn penalty.

An own goal from Sean Clohessy 12 minutes from time gave Rovers hope; albeit to no avail.

Sam Tillen gave Brentford a point at Leyton Orient as his late leveller cancelled out Michael Simpson's 15th minute opener for the home side.

Most of this courtesy of Sky Sports.


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Writer:guinless
Date:Sunday September 10 2006
Time: 9:05AM

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All in all, a good weekend. Derby lost, which is always a bonus and already look to be in trouble. Oh, happy days.
guinless
10/09/2006 10:38:00
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Oh happy days,
chairbear
10/09/2006 17:53:00
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