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2011–12 matches
League Two
TeamHomeAway
Accrington5–11–2
AFC Wimbledon1–03–2
Aldershot0–10–1
Barnet0–20–2
Bradford2–12–2
Burton7–11–2
Cheltenham1–32–0
Crawley0–01–4
Crewe2–50–3
Dag & Red2–00–4
Gillingham2–21–4
Hereford0–02–1
Macclesfield0–00–0
Morecambe2–13–2
Northampton2–12–3
Oxford0–00–3
Plymouth2–31–1
Port Vale0–3 0–1
Rotherham5–21–0
Shrewsbury1–00–1
Southend1–01–1
Swindon1–10–0
Torquay1–22–2
FA Cup
TeamH/A
Corby TownH3–1
AFC TottonA6–1
Aston VillaH1–3
League Cup
TeamH/A
WatfordH1–1
Leyton OrientA2–3
League Trophy
TeamH/A
WycombeA1–3

A first half strike by Peter Vicenti took the points for Aldershot Town as Rovers' 2011–12 began to reach its closing stages.

Loanee Aaron Downes was named as a substitute for the first time since suffering a serious knee injury two months earlier, but he did not play any part in the game.

Match detailsEdit

Aldershot Town1–0Bristol Rovers
Vicenti (43)(1–0 HT)
at The Recreation Ground attendance: 2,870
Lineups
1 Jamie Young 1 Scott Bevan
2 Ben Herd 2 Michael Smith
3 Anthony Straker 4 Danny Woodards
5 Darren Jones 5 Cian Bolger
15 Aaron Morris 3 Gary Sawyer
Ball Sub-off 23 Peter Vicente 23 Matthew Lund
28 Troy Brown 17 Jim Paterson Yellow
Yellow 36 Sonny Bradley 34 Andy Dorman Yellow
Sub-off 17 Adam Mekki 14 Lee Brown Sub-off
10 Danny Hylton 9 Matt Harrold
Sub-off 27 Guy Madjo 18 Eliot Richards Sub-off
Substitutes
25 Ben Smith 8 Matt Gill
Sub-on 32 Michael Doughty 11 Mustapha Carayol Sub-on
Sub-on 38 Wilko Risser 16 Joe Anyinsah
Sub-on 40 Josh Payne 26 Chris Zebroski Sub-on Yellow
42 Rob Sinclair 33 Aaron Downes

TimelineEdit

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