Yeovil's losing streak comes to an end

James Hayter scored Yeovil's third goal in their 3-1 win over Colchester. Photo: Simon Galloway/PA Archive

LEAGUE ONE

  • YEOVIL TOWN 3 - 1 COLCHESTER UNITED

Yeovil Town ended a run of six straight defeats with a 3-1 win over Colchester.

Paddy Madden, on loan from Carlisle, scored twice on his debut. His first came in the 20th minute after Colchester goalkeeper Mark Cousins spilled James Hayter's shot.

Jabo Ibehre equalised five minutes later, but Madden then hit his second to make it 2-1 at half-time.

The visitors hit the woodwork twice in the second half, before James Hayter sealed the win for Gary Johnson's men 12 minutes from time.

LEAGUE TWO

  • EXETER CITY 0 - 2 PORT VALE
Tom Pope scored both goals for Port Vale at Exeter. Credit: Neal Simpson/EMPICS Sport

Exeter City suffered their second home defeat in a row after losing 2-0 to Port Vale.

Tom Pope scored both goals for the in-form visitors. His first came just before half-time when he nodded in Jennison Myrie-Williams' cross.

And another header in the second half helped Vale to their fifth straight away win. They're now just three points behind League Two leaders Gillingham.

Exeter's best chance fell to Steve Tully, but his header hit the crossbar.

  • PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 1 - 2 AFC WIMBLEDON
Rhys Griffiths had equalised for Argyle in the 89th minute. Credit: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire

Argyle suffered a cruel defeat at home to managerless AFC Wimbledon.

The Pilgrims had equalised in the final minute, but their celebrations soon turned sour when the visitors grabbed an injury time winner.

Byron Harrison put the Dons ahead in the 13th minute, and they looked to have held on for the win until Guy Madjo was brought down in the area in the 89th minute. Rhys Griffiths's penalty was saved, but the striker turned in the rebound.

But with just seconds left on the clock, Rashid Yussuff hit the winner to take the three points back to London.

  • WYCOMBE WANDERERS 2 - 1 TORQUAY UNITED
Rene Howe levelled for Torquay at Wycombe. Credit: Tony Marshall/EMPICS Sport

Torquay lost their first game in five matches after defeat at lowly Wycombe.

Gary Doherty put the hosts ahead in the 33rd minute, heading in a cross from caretaker-manager Gareth Ainsworth.

Rene Howe's 7th goal of the season just before half-time restored parity, but Josh Scowen headed the winner midway through the second half.