Date: 11th October 2005 at 11:32pm
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After Lee Trundle?s amazing leave for Britton to score the winner the Swans are flying high at the top.

Here is the rest of the round up?

Barnsley ended a run of four games without a goal as Chris Shuker led them to a comfortable win at Oakwell.

The Tykes were 3-0 up inside 15 minutes as Daniel Nardiello headed home. Martin Devaney and Shuker beat Chris Day with shots from inside the box.
Barnsley old boy Andy Liddell did his best to rally the Latics but it could have been even worse as Paul Hayes hit the crossbar before the break.
Shuker finally made it four in the 54th minute from Nardiello’s headed assist.

Brentford came from behind to claim victory at Griffin Park. Ex-Bees striker Deon Burton gave the visitors the lead when he got his head to a long ball up field, which caught keeper Stuart Nelson by surprise. Kevin O’Connor levelled from the spot after keeper Gary Montgomery had bundled Lloyd Owusu to the ground.
The winner came shortly before the break when Isaiah Rankin burst between three defenders to squeeze a shot in off the far post.

Gary Johnson’s honeymoon period as Bristol City manager was ended by Michael Proctor’s second-half strike. Tony Sweeney headed down for Proctor to lash home a low volley, a lead the visitors protected through a mixture of good defending and goalkeeping.

Keeper Dimitrios Konstantopoulos made fine saves from Steve Brooker and substitute Guy Madjo.
Late on Hartlepool almost make it 2-0 when Michael Maidens broke clear only to be denied by keeper Steve Phillips.

Chesterfield claimed victory to end Colchester’s five-match unbeaten run. They look the lead after 24 minutes when home keeper Aidan Davison failed to collect Paul Hall’s cross and Colin Larkin was on hand to score. Chesterfield then doubled their advantage after 48 minutes when Paul Hall got the better of marker George Elokobi to turn and provide a fine finish.

Chris Iwelumo pulled one back with a clinical finish deep into injury time, but Chesterfield deserved the points.

Doncaster dug deep to earn a draw after Ricky Ravenhill was sent off.
They had fallen behind to Tom Kearney’s clever lob and Steve Claridge’s crisp close-range volley that doubled Bradford’s lead after 46 minutes.
Ravenhill’s 20-yard stunner pulled one back, but he was then sent off for a second bookable offence.
Doncaster grabbed a deserved equaliser after 68 minutes as Nick Fenton dived at full stretch to head home from Michael McIndoe’s right-wing cross.

A Mark Bentley brace earned Southend a seventh successive win to equal a club record that has stood since 1924.
Bentley’s finishing contrasted sharply with that of Southend, who squandered the best chances of the first period.
Bentley swept the ball in from close range in the 56th minute and then capitalised on keeper Jason Brown’s poor clearance, rolling the ball home.
Substitute Alan Pouton set up a tense finish four minutes from time when he scored from the edge of the box.

Goalkeeper Gareth Stewart ensured Bournemouth shared the points after Huddersfield had led 2-0 at half-time.
Danny Schofield curled in the opener from 25 yards after Callum Hart had slipped, while Gary Taylor-Fletcher headed past Stewart from close range.
But the Cherries keeper then saved well from Pawel Abbott and Taylor-Fletcher.
James Hayter scored from the spot after Andrew Surman was fouled by Tom Clarke, and top scorer Hayter then latched on to Steven Foley’s cross to equalise.

Three second-half strikes dealt Iffy Onuora a blow in his bid to land the Swindon job full-time.

Rory Fallon put Swindon ahead when he headed home a Colin Heath corner.
MK Dons hit back after the break when Malvin Kamara poked the ball in and Gareth Edds put them ahead from close range after a fumble by Tom Heaton.
Edds had a shot cleared off the line and the Dons hit the post before Izale McLeod knocked an Edds cutback into the net with time running out.

Substitute Gareth Taylor grabbed his first goal of the season to earn Nottingham Forest victory.
Taylor had only been on the field for seven minutes when he rose unchallenged at the far post to beat Tranmere keeper John Achterberg with a downward header.
Rovers went close to taking the lead when Gareth Roberts shot against the legs of on-loan keeper Russell Hoult.
Forest’s David Friio saw his effort cleared off the line before Mike Jackson almost equalised for Tranmere.

On-loan Chris Cornes scored his third goal in four days midway through the second half to give Port Vale victory.
Chris Birchall gave Vale an early lead, but Walsall’s teenage debutant Ishmel Demontagnac crossed for Sam Collins to equalise shortly afterwards.
Demontagnac then bent in a superb shot to put the visitors ahead.
Vale were back on level terms soon after the interval when Gary Mulligan pounced at close range before Wolves striker Cornes grabbed the points.

Yeovil caretaker boss Steve Thompson made an inspired change as his side recovered from 2-0 down.
Andy Keogh and Billy Sharp gave the hosts an early lead before Thompson brought on striker Matt Harrold and he immediately set up Darren Way.
Yeovil drew level before the break when Phil Jevons fired home and Harrold put his side ahead just before the hour.
Soon after he forced home a fourth and though Sharp put Sc**thorpe back in contention, they could not recover.

So the top of the league now looks like this?
Swansea on 26 points stay top ahead of Southend on goal difference, Huddersfield stay in top three and have got 24 points, 3 clear of Brentford in 4th on 21.