TOWN will head for Darlington in the second round of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy in the week commencing October 6.

Both sides received byes in the first round, which took place last week.

Darlo are 13th in League II after Saturday’s 2-1 loss to Orient.

It will be Town’s first visit to the Darlington Arena since Boxing Day 2003, when Andy Booth sealed a 1-0 victory.

Northern section: Scunthorpe v Grimsby, Rotherham v Leeds, Darlington v Huddersfield, Leicester v Lincoln, Tranmere v Crewe, Rochdale v Carlisle, Chester v Morecambe, Bury v Stockport.

Southern section: Peterborough v Dagenham & Redbridge, Brighton v Leyton Orient, Gillingham v Colchester, Luton v Brentford, Cheltenham v Walsall, Hereford v Swindon, Wycombe v Shrewsbury, MK Dons v Bournemouth.

Back in League I, Reuben Hazell scored the only goal of the game to give Oldham the 1-0 victory over former club Tranmere which put them back on top of the table.

The 29-year-old defender, who played for Rovers from 1999 to 2002, headed home a Neal Eardley cross in the 35th minute to give Athletic a hard-fought win at Prenton Park.

John Sheridan’s side leapfrogged Leicester into top spot with the Foxes fixture against Colchester postponed because of international call-ups.

Carlisle came back from Dougie Freedman’s 22nd-minute strike to claim a 2-1 victory over Southend to move up to second place.

Danny Graham converted from the penalty spot in the 63rd minute at Brunton Park to equalise before Cleveland Taylor’s winner 11 minutes from time.

A Gary Hooper hat-trick (45, 55, 68) ensured Scunthorpe kept pace with the early leaders as they eased to a 4-1 away win over Brighton.

Martyn Woolford had earlier opened the scoring for the visitors in the fourth minute while Jake Robinson (75) got a consolation for the Seagulls.

Leeds thumped Crewe 5-2 thanks to strikes from Fabian Delph (26), Alan Sheehan (36), Jonathan Douglas (49), Jermaine Beckford (67) and Andy Robinson (82).