Date: 11th September 2010 at 5:46pm
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A Trio in Torquay, Shrewsbury and Port Vale lead the League on 13 points after today’s games but only one win between them, whilst Sammy McIlroy’s Morecambe remain bottom and the Bradford crisis continues.

Torquay United’s fantastic start to the season continues and they go back top – despite only coming out of today’s home game against Accrington Stanley with a goalless draw.

Shrewsbury lose at Gillingham but stay second, two goals from Palmer (12, 59 pen) enough to give the Gills their first 3 pointer of the season.

Port Vale the only winners out of the triumverate at the top, a Roberts tenth minute goal enough to see them beat Aldershot 1-0 at Vale Park.

Morecambe score first at home, a Brown 26th minute effort, but Chesterfield hit back with 7 minutes left through Boden to see Morecambe remain bottom and Chesterfield fourth.

Six goals in Sheffield today, as Rotherham draw 3 all in an entertaining 3-3 draw with Burton. Kevin Ellison (1), Cresswell (34) and Le Fondre (38) put The Millers well ahead at half time. However Burton’s one man powerhouse Harrad’s hatrick – 46th, a penalty on 62 and 83rd brought Pesch’s men back in the match to earn a point.

Cheltenham continue their surprising start to the season with a Thomas 69th effort beating Stevenage.

Oxford stay within the play off places with a 2-0 victory away at Hereford. Constable (35) and Craddock (65) the scorers.

A North West derby between Crewe and Bury today saw the Alex claim all three points with three goals against none. Miller (3), Artell (18) and Murphy (71) the scorers.
Crewe saw Schumacher sent off for a second yellow card.

Wycombe lose at home to Macclesfield, who record their first win of the season. Daniel (11) and Barnett (14) gave the Macc a 2-0 head till half time, until Rendell (pen 65) made it a difficult final 25 minutes for the away side.

Lincoln win at home for the first time this season. A Ben Hutchinson penalty on 16 enough to settle the Sincil Bank clash against Barnet in the Imps favour.

Goals from Osman (63) and Holt (74) saw Northampton beat Southend at home. The Shrimpers did take the lead though through Grant on 57.

Finally, Bradford City’s nightmare start continues as they find themselves third from bottom. Syers on 56 put City up but Stockport’s Donnelly on 78 saw the home side equalise and the points were shared.