Yeovil Town drew at Reading despite having 3 players sent off. Swindon and Bristol Rovers also drew. Bristol City and Cheltenham both won.
Swindon Town manager says he's rueing their missed opportunity to progress to Wembley final in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Yeovil Town remain bottom of the Championship after losing 2-1 at home to Leeds. Swindon Town came from behind to win 3-2 at Port Vale.
Bristol City's Head Coach Sean O'Driscoll says he thought his team's performance at Port Vale on Saturday was excellent despite conceding a last minute equaliser.
That left his team as the only one in League One without a victory this season.
Tomorrow night, City are away to Wycombe Wanderers in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy and O'Driscoll says his team will be taking the tie just as seriously as a league game.
The draw for the second round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy has been made this morning.
Swindon Town will face West Country rivals Plymouth Argyle at the County Ground.
Bristol City - who beat local rivals Bristol Rovers in the week - travel to Wycombe.
The games will be played in the second week of October.
Swindon Town have signed striker Dany N’Guessan following his release from Millwall.
The 26-year-old Frenchman has agreed a deal until the end of the season.
Meanwhile, Town defender Paul Caddis has completed a move to Championship side Birmingham City for an undisclosed fee.
Cheltenham Town have signed midfielder David Noble on loan from Rotherham United.
The 31-year-old joins until January. The former Bristol City and West Ham player will be available to play against Plymouth Argyle in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy tomorrow evening.
Meanwhile, Ryan Inniss' loan spell with the Robins has been extended by a further month. The 18-year-old Crystal Palace defender made his debut at West Ham last week.
But left back Billy Jones has left the club by mutual consent.
Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson has raided his old club Bristol City to sign defender Liam Fontaine on loan.
The 27-year-old has joined the Huish Park club until January 1st 2014.
It's the third time Johnson has signed the centre-back. He took the former Fulham trainee on loan in his previous spell as Glovers manager in 2004, and again when he became City boss two years later.
Bristol City have also signed Derby County defender James O'Connor and Nottingham Forest winger Stephen McLaughlin on loan until January.
28-year-old O'Connor played under City head coach Sean O’Driscoll at Bournemouth and Doncaster Rovers.
– Keith Burt, Director of Football, Bristol City Football Club
With Louis [Carey], his experience and know-how is seen as important for what we believe will be a young squad.
With Cole [Skuse], he’s been an exemplary servant for this football club and we fully understand his reasons for moving on at this time in his career.
For Jon [Stead] the lure of playing back up north has been too strong and we wish him luck for whatever his future career holds.”
Bristol snooker star Judd Trump has lost his semi-final match with defending world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan.
O'Sullivan began today's session 14 frames to 10 ahead, and comfortably reached the target of 17 to confirm his place in the final.
He will play either Barry Hawkins or Ricky Walden. The pair are currently tied at 12-12.