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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

Rovers hit-and-miss form at the start of the 2011–12 season continued with a comprehensive defeat at the hands of Port Vale.

Marc Richards and Doug Loft gave the Valiants a 2–0 lead at the break, and the final nail in the coffin was added by former Rovers player Sean Rigg five minutes from time.

Match detailsEdit

Bristol Rovers0–3Port Vale
(0–2 HT)Richards (19)
Loft (37)
Rigg (85)
at The Memorial Stadium attendance: 5,444
Lineups
1 Scott Bevan 12 Stuart Tomlinson
Sub-off 4 Danny Woodards 2 Adam Yates
5 Cian Bolger 6 Gareth Owen
14 Lee Brown 25 Clayton McDonald
3 Gary Sawyer 28 Liam Chilvers
6 Craig Stanley 3 Rob Taylor
8 Matt Gill 4 Anthony Griffith
Sub-off 33 Oliver Norburn 7 Doug Loft Ball
9 Matt Harrold 17 Sean Rigg Ball
Yellow Sub-off 10 Scott McGleish 9 Marc Richards Ball
Yellow 34 Scott Rendell 11 Tom Pope
Substitutes
Sub-on 11 Mustapha Carayol 1 Chris Martin (GK)
15 Byron Anthony 8 Louis Dodds
Sub-on 16 Joe Anyinsah 14 Gary Roberts
18 Eliot Richards 18 Sam Morsy
Sub-on Yellow 26 Chris Zebroski 19 Ben Williamson

TimelineEdit

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