Loanee latest: Hall the hero

Robert Hall continued his magnificent form for Oxford United with two goals on a busy night for the club's legion of loanees.

The teenage striker struck his fifth and sixth goals in nine games for the League Two side as they won 5-1 at home to Plymouth Argyle. Both were special finishes with the youngster, who only turned 18 last week, firing the Us into the play-off positions with their crucial first two goals and an assist.

Hall, who will stay with Oxford until 9 November, was not the only Academy ace on target on Tuesday, with Olly Lee scoring for Dagenham & Redbridge, although he could not stop the struggling Daggers going down 3-1 at league leaders Crawley Town.

Elsewhere, Cristian Montano and Frank Nouble each drew a blank as Swindon Town won 2-0 at home to Gillingham. As well as Montano, who played for 63 minutes before being replaced, Paolo Di Canio chose to leave Ahmed Abdulla as an unused substitute for Swindon.

It was a difficult night for Callum McNaughton as his loan club AFC Wimbledon were humbled 4-0 away to Torquay United. Elsewhere, up in League One, Marek Stech kept goal as Yeovil Town drew 2-2 at home to Leyton Orient with the Czech U21 international unable to save a late Os penalty. Former Hammers defender Bondz 'Gala scored Yeovil's second.

Finally, Jordan Brown was not used by Aldershot Town in their Carling Cup fourth-round tie against Manchester United. The left-back was due to return to the Boleyn Ground on Wednesday.