P305 CEEFAX 305 Sun 9 Apr 02:25/15  1/6  FOOTBALL: DIVISION ONE  REVIEg  BOLTON ANDERERS 1-0 WBA Alan Thompson held his nerve to slot home an 85th-minute penalty and keep Bolton among the hopffuls.  A stubborn defensive show and brave goalkeeping by Stuart Naylor had seemed enough to earn Albion a point until thenN  Twice Naylor denied Wanderers' captain Alan Stubbs with fine saves, while the industrioqs Albion back-line soaked up the pressure He was finally beaten when Thompson fired in after Steve Lilwall tripped Mixu PaatelainenN  More D1 FA Prem D1/2 Res D1/2Table
P305 CEEFAX 305 Sun 9 Apr 02:37/56  2/6  FOOTBALL: DIVISION ONE  REVIEg  BRISTOL CITY 0-1 TRANMERE ROVERS Cool finisher John Aldridge netted a 39th-minute penalty to keep Tranmere on the promotion trail and push City a step nearer relegation.  Referee Paul Vanes penalised Stuart Monroe for holding Pat Nevin as they jumped at Jed Brannan's cross.  Aldridge powered the spot kics past Keith 'flch for his 24th goal of the campaign and battling City ended up with nothing to show from a game they dominated in periodsN  They missed a host of chances and may now pay for their errors. N More D1 FA Prem D1/2 Res D1/2Table
P305 CEEFAX 305 Sun 9 Apr 02:32/06  3/6  FOOTBALL: DIVISION ONE  REVIEg  DERBY COUNTY 0-1 SUNDERLAND Kevin Ball returned from suspension to dent Derby's promotion hopes and edge Sunderland a step closer to first division safety. One goal always looked good enough to secure the points and it came in the 42nd minute when Ball's shot took a deflection into the netN Paul Williams and Paul Trollope wasted early headers and Lee Mills struck a 20-yard shot straight at Tony Norman for DerbyN The result ended a run of five home wins for County.  More D1 FA Prem D1/2 Res D1/2Table
P305 CEEFAX 305 Sun 9 Apr 02:33/08  4/6  FOOTBALL: DIVISION ONE  REVIEg  GRIMSBY TOWN 1-0 READING Grimsby kept their faint hopes of making the first division play-offs alive with a well deserved victory. Steve Livingstone should have had a hatful of goals but his 63rd minute strike from a Paul Groves cross proved to be enoughN  Livingstone thought he had scored early on but the referee ruled that Reading goalkeeper Shaka Hislop had stopped his shot on the lineN  For much of the game, it was Hislop versus Grimsby as he kept out a series of shots and headers.  More D1 FA Prem D1/2 Res D1/2Table
P305 CEEFAX 305 Sun 9 Apr 02:35/10  5/6  FOOTBALL: DIVISION ONE  REVIEg  LUTON TOWN 2-0 NOTTS COUNTY The Hatters recorded their third double of the season to leave first division basement club Notts Coynty looking relegation certainties  Luton started well when Paul Telfer sidefooted in his ninth goal of the season in the third minute from a cross by Richard Harvdy.  Dwight Marshall hit a post as Luton dominated the match and they finally netted again on 68 minutes.  Scott Oakes blasted home a penalty after Colin Hoyle sealed County's fate by bringing down Marshall  More D1 FA Prem D1/2 Res D1/2Table
P305 CEEFAX 305 Sun 9 Apr 02:34/11  6/6  FOOTBALL: DIVISION ONE  REVIEg  MIDDLESBROUGH 2-1 STOKE CITY Alan Moore's supdrb second-half strike kept Middlesbrough on course for the FA Premiership Nigel Pearson gave Boro a fine start as he scrambled his sixth goal of the season following a Craig Hignett free-cickN  Paul Peschisolido shocked the hosts as he drifted in unchallenged to equalise after 38 minutesN  Moore wrapped up the points when he played a neat one-two with Norwegian Jan Fjortoft to burst through and score the winner.  More D1 FA Prem D1/2 Res D1/2Table