Nahki Wells came on in the 65th minute as Queens Park Rangers go down 2-0 at Ashton Gate as goals from Adam Nagy and Benik Afobe seal all three points for Bristol City.
QPR suffered their first defeat of the season at Ashton Gate, losing 2-0 to Bristol City.
Nathan Trott made his debut for AFC Wimbledon who earned a first point of the season, but it was something of a missed opportunity with Accrington Stanley playing the final 29 minutes with 10 men.
AFC Wimbledon took a half-time lead and appeared set to secure all three points when Zaine Francis-Angol was sent off, but Colby Bishop equalized almost immediately and it ended 1-1.
Reggie Lambe and his Cambridge United teammates produced a superb second half turnaround to secure a 2-1 win over Colchester United and put their first three points of the Sky Bet League Two season on the board.
As Bodens municipality celebrates its 100th anniversary, Willie Clemons and his Bodens BK teammates continue to play well and the team took a very important point when they took on the League Leaders Umeå FC and played to a 1 – 1 draw.
The first dangerous chance of the match saw Clemons shoot a shot against the post in the third minute. Umeå FC took the lead in the 51st minute, with Bodens BK equalizing in the 87th minute.
St Patrick’s Athletic’s second half performance earned them the three points as they overcame a half-time deficit to defeat Dante Leverock and his Sligo Rovers teammates at Richmond Park.
Behind to Romeo Parkes’ opener on 22 minutes, St Patrick’s turned the course of this game courtesy of a Glen McAuley strike on 51 followed by Dave Webster’s winner six minutes from time.
MILAN BUTTERFIELD & KNORY SCOTT
Milan Butterfield started and Knory Scott was an unused substitute as Kidderminster sealed back-to-back away wins with a hard-fought, deserved 1-0 win at a Curzon Ashton.
OSAGI BASCOME & JUSTIN DONAWA
Two goals in the first 30 minutes gave Osagi Bascome, Justin Donawa and their Darlington teammates a well-deserved 2-0 win over previously-unbeaten Southport.