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League Two roundup

Sports Mole rounds up Saturday's action in League One, on a day that produced red cards, landslide victories and firemen scoring on their professional debuts.

Gillingham kept their place at the top of the League Two table in a goal-packed day of action.

Chesterfield denied the Gills a forth successive win despite not having a manager. Craig Westcarr's goal was enough to get the away team a point, with Danny Kedwell equalising for Gillingham to maintain their unbeaten start.

Exeter United made it three wins from four matches with a comfortable 3-0 success over Burton Albion to go second in the table.

AFC Wimbledon shared a draw and four goals with Dagenham and Redbridge in an entertaining London derby.

A Yorkshire derby between Rotherham United and Bradford City was far more one-sided, with United running out 4-0 winners.

Both promoted clubs enjoyed home victories, with Fleetwood Town hammering Aldershot Town 4-1 despite having a man sent off in the first half.

York City also continued their impressive start to life in League Two with a 3-1 win over previously unbeaten Oxford United.

Morecambe and Accrington Stanley produced eye-catching 3-0 away wins, against Cheltenham and Bristol Rovers respectively.

Plymouth Argyle overcame Northampton Town 3-2 in match that produced the story of the day, with former fireman Rhys Griffiths scoring on his professional debut for the Pilgrims.

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Saturday's key events

· Two-time Olympic gold medallist and comeback queen Helen Glover teams up with Polly Swan in the heats of the women's pair (12.30am-4.30am)

· Two-time Rio gold medallist Max Whitlock leads Team GB's charge in the men's qualification, while Rhys McClenaghan flies the flag for Ireland (2am-2pm)

· The first gold medal of the Games will be awarded in the Air Rifle women's final (from 2.45am)

· The men's road race should be a wide-open thriller, with Team GB among those going for gold (3am-10am)

· Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka are among the names in action on the opening day of tennis (from 3am)

· Adam Peaty and many others get their Olympics campaigns underway on the opening day of swimming (11am-12.50pm)

· Team GB's women try to make it two wins from two against hosts Japan (11.30am)
· Netherlands and Brazil, who scored 15 goals between them on matchday one, face off (12pm)
· World champions USA look to bounce back from a shock opening defeat against New Zealand (12.30pm)

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