0 - Barnet's 4-0 win over Northampton Town now leaves Bury as the only side in The Football League without a victory.

1 - Tranmere Rovers' defeat to Bournemouth was their first of the season, leaving Sheffield United as the only unbeaten Football League side.

4 - Cardiff City had scored two goals in their last four away games before Nottingham Forest ended that run with Saturday's 3-1 win.

4 - Barnsley's 1-0 win at Charlton Athletic was the Tykes' first win in London for four years.

4 - York City had failed to score in their last four home games in all competitions before Saturday's 3-2 win.

5 - Bolton Wanderers have conceded the most penalties in the npower Championship this year, the one this weekend given away against Bristol City was the fifth of the season.

6 - Six fixtures this weekend involved five goals - five of which were in npower League 2.

6 - Aldershot Town have lost their last six games, which is a new club record. 

7 -Torquay United's Rene Howe has now scored in his last seven matches, equalling the club's record for goals scored in successive games.

8 - Andre Boucaud's opening goal for Notts County in their 2-1 win over Coventry City was his first Football League goal in eight years.

9 - Bournemouth won their second game in a row on Saturday; it is the first time the Cherries have won back-to-back matches since January, nine months ago.

9 - Karl Hawley's goal for Scunthorpe United at the weekend was just the ninth time the Iron have found the net so far this season. Six of their nine goals have been scored by on-loan striker Leon Clarke.

10 - Shrewsbury Town's 3-1 loss at Fratton Park extended the club's poor record at Portsmouth; the Shrews haven't won at Pompey in any of their 10 attempts.

14 - Notts County's 2-1 win extended the club's undefeated away record in the League to 14 games.

20 - Tom Craddock is the first Oxford United player to score four in a fixture for 20 years.

44 - There were plenty of goals in npower League 2 this weekend with 44 being scored in the 12 fixtures.

100 - Tony Mowbray took charge of his 100th game as Middlesbrough boss on Saturday and celebrated it with a 1-0 win against Brighton and Hove Albion.

103 - We were treated to 103 goals across the 36 games in The Football League this weekend.

2004 - Brentford went down 2-1 on Saturday against Doncaster Rovers but it was the Bees' first goal against the Yorkshire outfit since 2004.

2011 - Plymouth Argyle's 3-1 victory over Rochdale gave the club back-to-back League wins for the first time since April 2011.

28,582 - The largest attendance of the weekend came on Friday night at Hillsborough for the Yorkshire derby between Sheffield Wednesday and Leeds United.