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Posted on 14 September 2009  - 12:00

Oscar Jansson was in fine form as Exeter City grabbed a late point at Leyton Orient in League One.

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Oscar Jansson was in fine form as Exeter City grabbed a late point at Leyton Orient in League One.

The young goalkeeper made three fine saves in the second half at Brisbane Road.

The pick was tipping Scott McGleish's 30-yarder onto the crossbar and he was also there to deny Jimmy Smith and John Melligan.

He was beaten in the first half when ex-Spur Charlie Daniels' free-kick was deflected home and the Grecians grabbed a point when Craig Noone's cross deceived Glenn Morris.

Troy Archibald-Henville also played 90 minutes for Exeter while Andros Townsend was an unused substitute for Orient.

Staying in League One, Ryan Mason had a hand in both goals as Yeovil came from 1-0 down and going down to 10 men to secure a 2-2 draw against Stockport.

Mason's shot was converted by Gavin Tomlin to make it 1-1 in the first half and having gone behind again, he provided an inch-perfect cross for Sam Williams to head home for 2-2.

Steven Caulker also played 90 minutes for Yeovil and Jon Obika was substituted after 63 minutes.

Jamie O'Hara marked his debut for Portsmouth with two assists as Pompey suffered a late defeat against Bolton in the Premier League.

The midfielder whipped in a corner met by ex-Spur Younes Kaboul to make the score 1-1 before his shot fell to another ex-Spur, Kevin-Prince Boateng, to fire home for 2-2 on his debut. However, Bolton snatched all three points with a late goal from Gary Cahill.

Into the Championship and Adel Taarabt played his part in QPR's equaliser against Peterborough United, his pass finding Wayne Routledge, who scored. He was substituted after 58 minutes.

Kyle Walker played the full 90 minutes as Sheffield United grabbed a 1-0 win at Derby County. Jake Livermore came on for the Rams after 62 minutes.

Goalkeeper David Button could do little about the goals as Shrewsbury beat Crewe 2-0 in League Two.

Meanwhile, young midfielder Sam Cox was an unused substitute in Cheltenham's 1-0 win at Bury.

Lee Butcher was involved in an incredible game for Grays Athletic against Rushden & Diamonds in the Blue Square Premier. Rushden took an early lead but the scoring then went 1-1, 2-1, 2-2, 3-2, 3-3, 4-3, 4-4 and the home side finally won 5-4 in the last minute.