FULL-TIME WHISTLE: Wins for Barnsley over Leeds United, Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday; defeats for Hull City and Rotherham United; draws for Doncaster Rovers, Bradford City and York City

Barnsley stunned Yorkshire neighbours Leeds United in the Championship with a 2-1 win at Elland Road.

But there was disappointment for Hull City who let a 2-0 lead slip to Burnley and ended up losing 3-2 at the KC Stadium.

Doncaster Rovers were held 0-0 at home by Watford, but there were 1-0 win for both Sheffield Wednesday and city neighbours United in League One.

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Rotherham United lost at home to Crawley Town in League Two, Bradford City came away from Gillingham with a point, while York City drew 1-1 at Forest Green.


FT Doncaster Rovers 0 Watford 0

No goals at Keepmoat Stadium as Rovers took a point.

FT Hull City 2 Burnley 3

Matty Fryatt (11) opened scoring for Tigers before adding a second on 55 minutes. But two goals from Davide Edgar brought the scores level before Rodriguez snatched a late winner.

FT Leeds United 1 Barnsley 2

Ricardo Vez Te (27) gave the visitors the advantage, before Craig Davies (43) doubled the lead. Ross McCormack (55) pulled a United goal back before David Perkins was sent off for the visitors.

League One

FT Chesterfield 0 Sheffield United 1

Neither side could break the deadlock in a scoreless first 45 minutes. Ched Evans (82) snatched a late Blades winner.

FT Sheffield Wednesday 1 Leyton Orient 0

Reda Johnson (18) headed Owls in front with the only goal of the match at Hillsborough.

League Two

Gillingham 0 Bradford City 0

Bantams come away with a point on the road.

FT Rotherham United 1 Crawley Town 2

Brett Williams (20) put Millers ahead before goals from Tyrone Barnett (48) and Josh Simpson (68) put Crawley in front.

Blue Square Bet Premier

FT Forest Green 1 York City 1

York’s Reed netted from penalty spot on 83 minutes, but Norwood equalised in the fourth minute of stoppage time.

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