Sunday Express - Sun 16 Dec 2001 - Page 95
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SPORT FOOTBALL Broken leg sours Scunthorpe's Humberside derby triumph Horror for Kell Flack is on target
ROCHDALE failed to get off to a winning start under new manager John Hollins as Southend, who had only recorded one away win before their trip to Spotland, managed to hold on to their sixth-minute lead. Right-back Stephen Broad's superb left-foot shot beat goalkeeper Steve Banks, on loan from Bolton. VETERAN striker Tony Naylor was the difference between the two sides after his brace at Bootham Crescent. Lee Bullock levelled three minutes later, but Naylor restored the Robins' advantage when he beat the offside trap and slotted home. SCUNTHORPE HULL 2 1 ICHARD KELL was taken to hospital with a broken leg as his side won a pulsating Humberside derby.
Ian at double
OXFORD'S new-look side deservedly took all three points thanks to two late goals from substitute Phil Gray. Gray replaced Andy Scott after 75 minutes and equalised two minutes later, before heading the winner three minutes from time. The visitors had gone ahead after 22 minutes when Andy Crosby fouled Matthew Piper and Wayne Corden scored from the penalty spot.