5th September 2016
Kenji Gorre started for Northampton as they made it 30 unbeaten in the league after a 3-2 win over MK Dons.
The Cobblers were 3-0 up within 28 minutes, while Gorre - making his ninth appearance for Northampton - earned the hosts a penalty in the second half, but Matt Taylor's effort was saved.
After five consecutive draws in League One, Rob Page's side earned their first victory to send them up to 11th in League One - two points off the play-off spots.
Adam King helped Southend pick up a useful point as they held League One leaders Bolton to a 1-1 draw at the Macron Stadium.
The midfielder made his eighth appearance for the Shrimpers, who led after three minutes.
Despite Bolton equalising, Southend clung on to claim a share of the spoils.
In League Two, Josh Vickers was in goal for Barnet as their game at Newport was abandoned at half-time due to heavy rain.
Barnet were ahead after just 23 seconds, and kept their lead going into the interval.
But, due to the adverse conditions, referee Graham Salisbury opted to call the game off during the half-time break.
The match will now be replayed at a later date.
Liam Shephard couldn't prevent Yeovil from slipping to a 3-0 home defeat to Blackpool.
Shephard, who conceded a penalty which Blackpool failed to convert, made his sixth appearance for Darren Way's side, who sit in the relegation zone.
Earlier in the week, the full-back had helped the Glovers claim a 4-3 win over Portsmouth in the EFL Trophy, which also saw former Swan Kyle Copp make his debut for the Somerset club.
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