A goal in the final minute earned Cheltenham all three points against Hartlepool in League Two, preserving their unbeaten start to the season.
And Bristol Rovers ended Conference leaders Halifax's 100% record.
SWINDON TOWN 1 - 1 COVENTRY CITY
Swindon Town came from behind to draw with Coventry at the County Ground.
Josh McQuoid put the visitors ahead just before half-time.
But Raphael Rossi-Branco's headed in Nathan Byrne's cross twenty minutes from the end to earn a share of the points.
YEOVIL TOWN 1 - 1 BARNSLEY
Yeovil were grateful for an own goal by former Glover Martin Cranie to earn them a point at home to Barnsley.
Conor Hourihane's 25 yard strike gave the Tykes a 27th minute lead, but Cranie deflected Jakub Sokolik's cross into his own net with 15 minutes left to play.
CHELTENHAM TOWN 1 - 0 HARTLEPOOL UNITED
Cheltenham kept up their unbeaten run to go joint top of League Two.
The Robins dominated the match, with new signing John Marquis hitting the woodwork twice, but they needed Koby Arthur's last minute header to earn them the three points.
BRISTOL ROVERS 2 - 1 HALIFAX
Improving Bristol Rovers beat league leader's Halifax at the Memorial Stadium. It's the first points the visitors have dropped all season.
Adam Cunnington scored his first goal for the Pirates in the 27th minute, when he headed home Jamie White's cross.
Scott Boden levelled on the hour, but in the dying seconds, Ellis Harrison poked in Stuart Sinclair's cross.
WELLING 1 - 1 FOREST GREEN ROVERS
It's three straight draws for Forest Green, who maintain their unbeaten record.
They fell behind in the 36th minute, but James Norwood headed an equaliser in first half injury time.