There were mixed results for our local sides in last night's Capital One Cup first round matches.
- BRISTOL CITY 1-2 GILLINGHAM
Bristol City suffered an embarrassing defeat by League Two side Gillingham. It's the third consecutive season the Ashton Gate club have been beaten by lower league opposition in the first round of this competition.
City fell behind just before half-time. Goalkeeper Dean Gerken couldn't hold a free-kick which led to Liam Fontaine handling in the area. Danny Kedwell scored from the spot.
The visitors stunned Derek McInnes' men with a second after the break. The home side rarely troubled goalkeeper Stuart Nelson, but did grab an injury-time consolation through substitute Marvin Elliott.
- SWINDON 3-0 BRIGHTON
Swindon stunned Championship side Brighton at the County Ground.
Alan Navarro scored twice on his debut against his old side. The 31-year old was also involved in Paul Benson's opener eight minutes after half-time.
Navarro, who only managed one goal in 73 appearances for the Seagulls, doubled the lead 12 minutes later, then netted again on 75 minutes with a deflected 20 yard strike.
- IPSWICH 3-1 BRISTOL ROVERS
Championship side Ipswich had to come from behind to beat Bristol Rovers at Portman Road.
Michael Smith had given Rovers the lead with a 30 yard strike, but the home side responded with goals from Jason Scotland, Tommy Smith and Aaron Cresswell.
New Rovers goalkeeper Sam Walker also saved a penalty from Michael Chopra.
- YEOVIL TOWN 3-0 COLCHESTER
Yeovil warmed up for the new season with a comfortable win over fellow League One side Colchester.
Richard Hinds scored twice in the first half, with substitute Keanu Marsh-Brown chipping the third eleven minutes from time.
- The draw for the second round of the Capital One Cup is at 12.30pm today.