5th October 2015
Jay Fulton was involved in a six-goal thriller in League One as Oldham picked up a point at high-flying Gillingham.
The midfielder made his third appearance for the Latics - all of which have ended all square - in a game which ended 3-3.
Former Swans striker Rory Donnelly beat former team-mate David Cornell twice for Gillingham, who led on two occasions before having to equalise following an Oldham resurgence.
Fulton featured for 72 minutes before he was replaced by Lee Croft, with David Dunn's side staying out of the relegation zone on goal difference.
Staying in League One, Stephen Kingsley and Adam King both played for the full 90 minutes as Crewe were beaten 2-1 at home by Chesterfield.
King set up David Fox to equalise for Crewe, who remain bottom of the division and five points from safety.
Moving into League Two, Connor Roberts and Josh Sheehan helped Yeovil gain a hard-earned point at promotion-chasing Portsmouth.
Roberts played the full game while Sheehan was replaced with a minute to go as the Glovers moved a point clear of the dropzone thanks to the 0-0 draw.
In Scotland, Alex Samuel came on for the last 30 minutes in Morton's 2-1 defeat at Raith.
The young striker made his sixth appearance for Morton, who were beaten by a last-minute goal.
Finally, Kenji Gorre was an unused sub as Den Haag went down 4-1 at Nijmegen in the Dutch Eredivisie while Nathan Dyer and Oliver Davies were unavailable for Leicester City and Kilmarnock due to injuries.
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