Follow all the goals go in here on a busy Saturday afternoon of Football League action for Yorkshire’s clubs.
3.00pm: Kick-off in all our games
3:05pm Cardiff 1 Hull 0. Home specialists City draw first blood with Heidar Helguson heading in Craig Noone’s cross. The Bluebirds have won all seven Championship games at home this term.
3:07pm Dagenham 1 Rotherham 0. Battle of two form sides. Daggers take the lead through Dwight Gayle.
3:30pm Watford forge in front at Elland Road with Matej Vydra netting after a clever one-two with Connor Smith. Leeds 0 Watford 1.
3:30pm: Aldershot 0 Bradford 1. Nahki Wells nets a sweet 11th of the campaign after profiting from an error from Sonny Bradley. City’s first away goal in the opening 45 minutes in League Two this term.
3:37pm: Another blow for the Millers against the side who beat them in the League Two play-off final in May 2010. Luke Howell makes it Dagenham 2 Rotherham 0.
3:38pm: Town go in front at Oakwell. A fine cross from Simon Church, targetted by Barnsley in the week, is clinically headed home by Jermaine Beckford. Barnsley 0 Huddersfield 1.
3:40pm: Doncaster, beaten in midweek at the Keepmoat by Crewe, go behind to the in-form Cherries, with Harry Arter’s deflected strike beating Gary Woods. Doncaster 0 Bournemouth 1.
3:40pm: The Bantams double their money in Hampshire, courtesy of that man Wells. Aldershot 0 Bradford 2.
3:48pm: Calamity for Leeds, who face a mountain to climb with Jason Pearce seeing red after a bad challenge on Vydra.
4:09pm: Wimbledon take the lead at York, thanks to Byron Harrison. York 0 AFC Wimbledon 1.
4:13pm: Afternoon assuming nightmarish proportions for Leeds, with key midfielder Rodolph Austin recieving lengthy treatment on the turf with it looking likely that the Jamaican has picked up a serious injury with the player receiving oxygen from medics on the pitch.
4:17pm: Austin stretchered off with Leeds, who have used all three subs, down to nine men.
4:27pm: Inevitable happens at Elland Road, with Abdi netting for the Hornets, on course to repeat their 2-0 triumph in West Yorkshire earlier this year.
4:35pm: Game over in Essex with Howell’s second and the Daggers’ third making it Dagenham 3 Rotherham 0.
4:37pm: The salt is rubbed in grievous wounds for Leeds, with Mark Yeates’ free-kick adding a third for the Hornets. Leeds 0 Watford 3.
4:42pm: A bad day becomes a desperate one for Steve Evans’ Millers with Medy Elito adding a fourth for the rampant hosts. Dagenham 4 Rotherham 0.
4:42pm: Wimbledon double their tally at Bootham Crescent through Stacy Long. York 0 AFC Wimbledon 2.
4:45pm: The slighest of consolations for Leeds, with Michael Tonge netting from the spot after Luke Varney is felled. Leeds 1 Watford 3.
4:46pm: Bad day of the office confirmed for Gary Mills’ Minstermen with Jack Midson firing in a penalty to put the visitors in good heart for Monday’s cup replay with York. York 0 Wimbledon 3.
4:47pm: Vydra has final say to put the tin lid on a desperate day for Leeds, with his second. Leeds 1 Watford 4.
4:47pm: Despite pressing, Hull’s hopes of gaining a leveller at Cardiff are rebuffed, with Mark Hudson heading in Peter Whittingham’s cross to make it eight out of eight in the Principality for the Bluebirds. Cardiff 2 Hull 0.
4:51pm: The Football League’s last unbeaten record of 2012-13 looks like being nailed with MK Dons, the last team to beat Sheffield United in the league in April, Shaun Williams netting from the spot. MK Dons 1 Sheffield United 0.
4:52pm: Looks like a long trip home for Millers fans and a long dressing-room inquest as Gayle’s second makes it Dagenham 5 Rotherham 0.
4:56pm: Robert Koren’s thunderous 25-yard volley pulls one back for the Tigers. Is it too late? Cardiff 2 Hull 1.
5:03pm: Sean Murray’s strike pulls down the curtain of one of the most desperate afternoons in Leeds United’s recent history. Leeds 1 Watford 5.
5:04pm: Shades of the Forest game last season, sadly, at a stunned Elland Road. Troy Deeney nets. Leeds 1 Watford 6.
5:05pm: Full times: Barnsley 0 Huddersfield 1, Cardiff 2 Hull 1, Leeds 1 Watford 6, Doncaster 0 Bournemouth 1, MK Dons 1 Sheffield United 0, Aldershot 0 Bradford 2, Dagenham 5 Rotherham 0, York 0 AFC Wimbledon 3.
A word for Guiseley, they thrashed Whitby 7-0 in the FA Trophy.